One chain-laden suburb is on the brink of getting a cheffy new restaurant: Chef David Burdick, who's done time in the kitchens at Suze and Dragonfly, is preparing to open Twelve Stones in Flower Mound come September. The restaurant promises New American cuisine with a focus on the local/seasonal ethos that's become fairly ubiquitous in the Dallas dining scene, but remains somewhat of a novelty in the 'burbs.
According to the Cross Timbers Gazette, "Twelve Stones will feature a rotating 'chalkboard' menu based on what is in season, locally sourced, and what inspires Chef Burdick." Besides the menu of modernized comfort food (including a rather enticing-sounding signature dessert of cinnamon French toast bread pudding with maple-coffee ice cream, candied bacon and strawberry sauce), there will of course also be handcrafted cocktails and plenty of local craft beer.
Handling the design aspect of the restaurant is none other than Hatsumi Kuzuu, who's also responsible for the interiors of Sissy's, FT33, and The Lot, just to name a few; Twelve Stones will have an "inviting industrial-farm" feel. Look for the restaurant to debut sometime next month.
[Photo credit: Twelve Stones/Facebook]