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PaperCity Dallas September 2022

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chips ($75), or perhaps the chilled seriously jumbo shrimp with tartar sauce ($17). As daylight segues into night, we alighted (along with several others poised at the bar) across the street to the bustling Beverley's, which is named for Katz's mom. The neighborhood crowd (which collects those who inhabit areas uptown, downtown, and Turtle Creek) often skips between the two, invariably descending upon Beverley's lively dining room for dinner. Next up, Katz is developing another high-energy concept, Green Point Seafood & Oyster Bar, not far from his stomping ground here in the Knox District. Named for the Cape Town neighborhood where his grandparents once resided, it inhabits the new Weirs Building, the same development that was once home to Highland Park Pharmacy. Katz says they'll serve towering seafood platters; fish-focused fare, from crudos to ceviches; clear cocktails made with vodka, tequila and gin; and a wine program with an emphasis on champagne, rosé, and white wines. Look for Green Point's debut in the spring of 2023. Clifton Club, 3333 N. Fitzhugh Ave., 214.484.2130. Greg Katz at Clifton Club Velvet curtains at the entrance The shotgun-style bar with cozy banquettes flanking the walls. (Continued from page 186) 188

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