Lots of Delicious and Surprising Foods in Dallas Restaurant News

This roundup of Dallas restaurant news highlights the usual openings and closings, but is loaded with new dishes, with all sorts of interesting and original things to discover.

Here’s what’s happening in Dallas food news:

Luckymouth grocery store, the vegan grocery store in Oak Cliff, is exploring the idea of ​​setting up a vegan sandwich shop inside its store. As a prelude, they will begin offering a few breakfast sandwiches on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the next few months, during which they will perfect their menu and raise funds for the construction. On July 16 and 17, sandwiches include The Meli with a croissant, Just Egg, Thrilling bacon and Follow Your Heart American cheese; and The Mae Mae, with sausage, Just Egg and American Follow Your Heart cheese on an English muffin.

cowboy chicken is expanding Smackbird, its delivery and pickup ghost kitchen solely specializing in Nashville hot chicken offerings and sandwiches, which the wood-fired roast chicken chain operates out of its existing restaurants. The menu includes a chicken sandwich topped with mac and cheese, a tender meal, and sides such as mac and cheese and coleslaw.

Abruzzo at Bishop Arts Winerya neighborhood Italian restaurant in Oak Cliff, has reopened.

The Stella Kitchen Veracethe Italian restaurant in the Dallas Arts District, is now open for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

taqueroChef Fino Rodriguez’s creative taqueria in the former Pints ​​& Quarts space on Greenville Avenue, serves a dessert called Maggie’s Cake, a gorgeous confection with vanilla cake, raspberry frosting and fresh raspberries.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill offers a “Four Courses, Four Choices” special for $44, available only on site, Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., with options such as oysters, pork chop bites, seafood stuffed mushrooms , Wedge, Caesar, Greens, Artichoke, Potato & Leek Soup, Perry’s Famous Pork Chop, Salmon, Brick Chicken, Vegan Skillet Chopped Steak or Tenderloin cute 6 oz. Desserts include Vanilla Orange Cream Cheesecake, Flourless Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Crunch, or Lemon Bar. Perry’s Reserve Big Red Blend is also available at special anniversary prices: 5 ounces for $25 ($41 on the regular menu), 7.5 ounces for $35 ($56 on the regular menu) or a bottle for $120 ($180 on the regular menu) .

Whiskey cake has a new seasonal menu featuring puffy green beans, fried Brussels sprouts, lemongrass shrimp and soba noodles with arugula, cabbage, snow peas, corn and tomatoes, a bowl of Cereal with Lamb Meatballs and Golden Quinoa, Smoked Ground Chicken Salad on Romaine, Chickenbirdger Sandwich with Fontina, Smoked Tri Tip Dip Sandwich with Swiss and Onion Jam, Shroomin’ Sandwich with Cremini Mushrooms and Bowl Farmshuka Cauliflower Rice with Oatmeal and Wilted Greens.

Hopdody has a new Roscoe Burger, a twist on chicken and waffles, with fried chicken with peanut butter and jelly sauces. What does this have to do with waffles? It’s available July 6 through August 2 for $12.25.

Fuzzy taco shop has a new Piña Carnitas Taco with new shredded carnitas, jalapeño garlic sauce, pineapple pico, feta, and cilantro on a warm flour tortilla. It is available until August 21.

dairy queen has six new Blizzard flavors: Oreo Cookie Dirt Pie, Girl Scout Thin Mints, Nestlé Drumstick, Very Cherry Chip, Caramel Fudge Cheesecake, and Cotton Candy.

Mooyah Burgers, Fries & Shakes has a new Peach Shaker with vanilla ice cream and peaches, topped with graham crackers, available through July 31 in two sizes: $5.49 for the small, $6.99 for the large.

Italian street food Piada, the fast-casual concept featuring piada sandwiches, has teamed up with acclaimed coffee roaster Intelligentsia on two new drinks: Cold Coffee and Oat Latte, both $4. Cold coffee is what it sounds like. Cold coffee. Oat Latte is an oat milk based latte with notes of sugar cookies, milk chocolate and molasses. Um OK I must have this.

The Capital Grid hosts a summer wine event called the Generous Pour featuring tastings of six wines, including a Cabernet Napa, Cabernet from Washington, Red Blend from Tuscany, Rose from Puglia, Chardonnay from Puglia and Pinot Grigio from northwest of Italy. It says “$32 with dinner” but it’s hard to tell if that includes dinner.

Midnight Rambler, the Joule Dallas Hotel’s underground bar, celebrates Dallas culture with a new cocktail menu inspired by local musicians such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Roy Hargrove and Kirk Franklin. Bad Luck Blues, all about Blind Lemon, features Texan whiskey and local grapefruit with mesquite bean powder and sumac seeds. The Other Selena is a tribute to Selena’s famous Oak Cliff mural featuring Calamity Gin distilled with blue bonnets and Texas wildflowers. A “Fast Pass” section includes a range of martinis.

DFW Restaurant Week is now available for reservations, with newly added lunch, dinner and brunch, August 8 through September 4, at restaurants in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties. About 20% of the cost of each meal will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas or Lena Pope in Tarrant County.

Food, a workplace restaurant delivery platform, has expanded into Dallas, providing professional meal delivery from local restaurants to Dallas County offices. Foodja’s network of drivers uses the right equipment to maintain food quality when transporting large orders. Available for companies with 50 to 20,000 employees, each employee can order their own personalized meal from a rotating list of local restaurants. Foodja currently partners with thousands of restaurants, including Pei Wei Asian Kitchen, Bread Zeppelin, McAlister’s Deli, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, Slim Chickens and Coolgreens.