Restaurant openings are not slowing down and we love the momentum. From Asian street fare in Deep Ellum to a new wine bar you probably recognize in the burbs, and a hotspot that will transport you to the coast of Saint-Tropez — learn all about the most talked about openings this month!
Updated November 2021
Neighborhood: Deep Ellum
Opened: November 3, 2021
About: First began in Florida over a decade ago from two friends who wanted to bring their love for Asian food and culture to life in the states. Enjoy Asian-inspired decor, a huge patio with outdoor games, an open kitchen, good music and more
Cuisine: A modern twist on classic Asian street fare
The 101: Plus, get excited for an Asian-inspired weekend brunch menu which will include bottomless mimosas!
Opened: November 5, 2021
About: Dallas’s OG adult playground has returned 140 years later! In the former Jake’s Burgers space, Mayer's Garden is the newest neighborhood restaurant/bar — and pays homage to one of the city’s first bars!
Cuisine: Texas inspired cuisine + great drinks
The 101: The perfect addition to the day drinking and sports bar scene on Henderson — and don't leave without first taking the Turtle Bite shot!
Neighborhood: The Village
Opened: October 2021
About: The Village's newest concept, hidden away from passerby’s — it’s dark, fun and they have the coolest secret tequila bar
Cuisine: Modern Mexican dishes with ingredients sourced from Mexico and local producers, plus house made corn tortillas
The 101: After dinner, ask your server for the code to access the secret bar, which you access through the industrial refrigerator
Neighborhood: Downtown Historic District
Opened: November 4, 2021
About: From the owner of State Street Coffee and La Reunion comes a new cafe/bar located in the Thanksgiving Tower serving it all: coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour
Cuisine: Light bites — think charcuterie and beef belly sliders, plus great drinks (both coffee and cocktails)
The 101: A perfect spot for an early morning coffee meeting or late night date
Neighborhood: Trophy Club
Opened: November 2021
About: Lower Greenville’s iconic wine bar has officially moved to the ‘burbs for their second location — including a large, enclosed patio, private seating, large dining tables, darling booths and more!
Cuisine: Environmentally + eco friendly wine on tap, specialty cocktails like their renowned Espresso Martini, and light bites
The 101: The perfect setting for any occasion from a casual gals night out to work meetings. Plus, swing by on Wine Wednesdays for 1/2 off rosé bottles
Opened: October 2021
About: A casual yet upscale dining experience — enjoy creative craft cocktails and Southern classics like Pimento cheese and Chicken Fried Steak. Plus, you can enjoy their patio in the colder months by getting cozy near one of their fire pits!
Cuisine: Seasonal American with a Southern emphasis
The 101: Plus check out their new next-door neighbor and sibling, Sonny & Sons, a fast-casual spot serving up hot chicken and.. donuts!
Neighborhood: Upper Greenville
Opened: November 2021
About: Originally from Kansas City, Hawaiian Bros is a fast-casual concept that brings Hawaiian cuisine and traditional “plate lunches,” to Dallas
Cuisine: Hawaiian dishes including signature plate lunches that come with a choice of meat, rice, and macaroni salad
The 101: Other locations include Addison, Denton, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, and Hurst with Allen opening soon! Download The Hawaiian Bros app for a free dole soft serve on your first visit
Neighborhood: Victory Park
Opening: November 11, 2021
About: Located in the luxurious W Hotel, this French-inspired restaurant first began in Miami and has since expanded to some of the most iconic cities, including Saint-Tropez and soon, Las Vegas
Cuisine: French-Mediterranean cuisine that will transport you to the French Riviera
The 101: Get ready for an unforgettable dining experience, and be sure to dress for it! They honor an elegant-chic dress code so get dressed to impress
Neighborhood: Lake Highlands
Opening: November 8, 2021
About: From the hospitality company that brought us Cedar & Vine. The goal was to provide the community with the type of food it's missing and desperately needs
Cuisine: American Chinese
The 101: Who doesn't love Chinese takeout? Hei Hei will be set to especially accommodate to-go orders