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RESTAURANT REVIEW Jimmy Park’s elite 12-seat restaurant delivers jewels from its shadowy hideaway on Greenville Avenue. BY EVE HILL-AGNUS PUBLISHED IN D MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2021 PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRITTANY CONERLY It is difficult to describe an evening at Shoyo. Perhaps because once you’ve found it, it feels like a secret you shouldn’t give away, something almost too personal to share. As …

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BARS Don’t let the plush interior fool you. This dark and moody bar’s cocktails and snacks are meant to be playful, tasty, and delightfully weird. BY ROSIN SAEZ PUBLISHED IN D MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2021 PHOTOGRAPHY BY SAMANTHA MARIE The speakeasy was born from necessity. During Prohibition, a clandestine location was less about exclusivity and more about the survival of …

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ALEX GONZALEZ JULY 20, 2021 4:00AM Only Fans is made with reposado tequila, passionfruit, lemon and a dollop of cassis “caviar.” Alex Gonzalez Clandestinely situated on Lowest Greenville in the space previously occupied by the Wah Wah Room, Apothecary is an elegant new speakeasy concept from the minds behind Rye. This small, intimate cocktail lounge with only 40 seats …

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By Teresa Gubbins Aug 23, 2021, 11:55 am They are the (lamb) lollipop kids. Rye Dallas gets a fine new restaurant with the imminent opening of Rye, a seasonal, small-plates restaurant and cocktail bar founded in McKinney that will spin off a second location on Greenville Avenue this week. The restaurant will go into the former Laurel Tavern …

Brash young team births cute new restaurant on Dallas’ Greenville Ave. Read More »

The Planting Hand X Lower Greenville Every neighborhood should have a pretty plant shop to call its own. This fall, Lower Greenville is finally getting an inspiring space to pick out house plants, and explore all the uplifting, air-purifying magic that comes with them. There isn’t much word on The Planting Hand’s opening just yet, but …

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By Renee Umsted|All Feature Articles, All Magazine Articles, Dining, Lower Greenville, News, Patios, Restaurants|0 Comments Photography by Kathy Tran. FOOD IS INHERENTLY NOSTALGIC to Carter Reyenga. The best experiences the chef has while eating occur when food is not just sustenance, but when it reminds him of a moment. This is the feeling Reyenga wants neighbors to have when they dine at Son …

Son of a Butcher slid right into Lowest Greenville’s dining scene with nostalgic dishes Read More »

FIRST LOOK First Look: Rye Offers Avante-Garde Cocktails and Small Bites to Savor ALEX GONZALEZ AUGUST 27, 2021 4:00AMThis is the second location of Rye; the flagship is in McKinney. Alex Gonzalez If you’re still waiting on your reservation for Apothecary, you’ll probably have better luck getting into Tanner Agar’s other concept, Rye. Located next door to Apothecary, this …

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Apothecary is a cocktail den with lots of surprises. When you walk into Dallas cocktail den Apothecary — through the unmarked front door off of Greenville Avenue — the first glimpse inside is unremarkable. The tiny foyer is pitch black. But peek behind the black velvet curtain, and inside is the most interesting cocktail lounge …

This bar is Dallas’ most impressive date-night spot right now Read More »