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PaperCity Dallas January February 2022

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SISTER 2808 Greenville Ave. 214.888.8660 A sister is born to the owners of Design District restaurant gem The Charles. Located in the former The Grape space on Lower Greenville, Sister comes from Duro Hospitality's Chas Martin, Benji Homsey, and designer brothers Corbin and Ross See. Like The Charles, chef-partner J Chastain oversees the Italian-flavored kitchen TANGO ROOM 1617 Hi Line Dr. 214.252.8595 Need an incredibly fancy night out? Tango Room is a new, modern steakhouse in the Design District from Headington Companies, located in the former FT33 space. The space is intimate, with only 12 booth tables and a bar. Executive chef James Daversa helms the kitchen, serving everything from caviar trifle to roasted Peking duck. Steaks on I n 2019, Irish bar Capitol Pub unfortunately shuttered, but now we finally know what's going into the corner space on Henderson Avenue. Iconic Dallas Italian restaurant Sfuzzi is being resurrected in early 2022. First opened in Uptown in the 1980s, then revived in 2009, only to shutter in 2013, this pizza bar is being brought back to life by This & That Hospitality's Brandon Hays and Phil Schanbaum. Chef Peja Kristic (Mot Hai Ba) has been brought on as consulting chef; he was also executive corporate chef for Sfuzzi from 2011 turning out wood-fired meats and fish, and house-made pasta. Designed by Sees Design, the space layers custom wallpaper, artworks, with cozy booths beneath delightful faux trees. On the menu crafted by Chastain and executive chef Matt Gold, try beets and avocado, pork secreto, and Calabrian chili ravioli. to 2013 … The more Italian food, the merrier. The Dallas Arts District is getting a new concept La Stella Cucina Ve r a c e . C o m i n g f ro m Tricolore Pride, the Dallas location — in the former Flora Street Cafe space — will be the company's flagship. Led by chef Luigi Iannuario, look for authentic, nostalgic Italian family recipes including Gnocco Fritto con Salumi e Formaggi Misti, and Risotto Oro del Maestro … Addison is becoming its own foodie destination these days. The fifth concept from Vandelay Hospitality Group, Brentwood, opens in the former Houston's space in February. Evoking the dining institutions of Aspen and Santa Fe, the 6,800-square-foot space will feature caramel leather booths, COMING SOON forged-bronze lighting fixtures, original equestrian artwork, and other nods to timeless American design. Dining options will include jalapeño cornbread, pizzas, fish, and prime steaks … Speaking of meat, barbecue restaurant Douglas opens this February at Snider Plaza. Named for owner and pitmaster Doug Pickering, the new concept will serve the classics — brisket, ribs, sausage, and pulled pork — but will also mix in salmon, burgers, and salads for every kind of diner. the menu include Rosewood Ranch rib-eye and dry-aged Kansas from Allen Brothers. At the bar, try the lobster corndogs or a Tango burger. RESTAURANT ROUNDUP Booths beneath faux shade at Sister Sister interiors by Sees Design Sister Beets and Avocado Chef Luigi Iannuario at La Stella Cucina Verace Artichoke at La Stella Cucina Verace Interiors at Sister Tango Room lobster mac and cheese (continued from 106) 108

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