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By Teresa Gubbins Jul 21, 2022, 9:35 am Photo by Thanin Viriyaki After 27 years, longtime Japanese restaurant Teppo on Greenville Avenue has closed. A moment of silence. But the space is already set to become a new sushi restaurant from credentialed chef Jimmy Park, who owns the Japanese restaurant Shoyo next door. Park says that it’s a sign of the …

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It’ll open in place of Teppo, a longtime sushi joint on Dallas’ Greenville Avenue. By Sarah Blaskovich 5:00 AM on Jul 21, 2022 Jimmy Park, the charismatic chef from the 1-year-old Dallas restaurant Shoyo, has plans to open another new Japanese eatery. The as-yet-unnamed restaurant will take the place of former sushi spot Teppo, which closed …

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By Renee Umsted|May 18th, 2022|All Feature Articles, All Magazine Articles, Lower Greenville, Special Story, Where to Shop, Woodrow Wilson High School|0 Comments Chase and Victoria Pridavka made a market on Lowest Greenville. Photography by Corrie Aune. Two East Dallas natives who grew up going to the same neighborhood hangouts didn’t meet until after they graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School. Chase Pridavka, …

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The outside of a Jeni’s Ice Cream at Easton in Columbus, Ohio. By Dallas Business Journal staff February10, 2022 Columbus, Ohio-based Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream is looking to open its third North Texas shop in Lower Greenville after it entered the market last year. The new “scoop shop” will be located at 2012 Greenville Ave., …

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By Teresa Gubbins Feb 10, 2022, 11:11 am culturemap DALLAS Ice cream is where it’s at. Jeni’s An acclaimed ice cream chain is scooping up a location on Dallas’ Greenville Avenue: Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is opening a location at 2012 Greenville Ave., the space previously occupied by Steel City Pops, which closed in 2021 due to the pandemic after seven years. …

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RACHEL COLMAN FEBRUARY 2, 2022 CENTRAL TRACK photo courtesy of Fortune House. The owner of Fortune House, John Kim, is expanding his restaurant business to Lower Greenville in addition to his original Chinese dining spot in Irving. Kim believes that Fortune House pays great homage to traditional Shanghai dishes, thus wanting to expand his authentic Chinese …

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RESTAURANTS Your Weekly Need-To-Know Restaurant News BY MEGAN ZIOTS // 01.31.22 PAPER CITY. The former Gun Ho space is finally welcoming a new restaurant along Lower Greenville. (photo by Ben Gibson) It’s been an unprecedented two years since Bon Appétit named Dallas the 2019 Restaurant City of the Year. But even through a pandemic, our city’s dining scene has persevered. …

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It’s hard to keep up with this rapidly-evolving street. Restaurants coming in 2022 to Greenville Avenue in Dallas Start on Upper Greenville, around University Boulevard and Greenville Avenue in East Dallas, and move south. Gone is Caribbean’s Shark, a “drive-through beachy seafood” restaurant that opened in March 2021 but didn’t last long. (Before it, a fast-food place named Start …

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