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Dish Preston Hollow Lands February 24 With Former Bolsa Chef Andrew Bell

It's more family-oriented than the Cedar Springs original.

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Andrew Bell DISH

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Previous Bolsa chef Andrew Bell has found a new home: the Preston Hollow expansion of Oak Lawn's Dish, slated to open February 24.

According to a press release, diners can expect "very different design" at the new outpost, located at the corner of Northwest Highway and Hillcrest. That makes sense, considering the two locations will no doubt be enjoying very different clientele — Preston Hollow will surely draw in more families (even offering a kids' menu) versus the more nightlife-oriented crowd on Cedar Springs. The release says owner Tim McEneny intends to open more Dish locations, "each with their own personality/design based on neighborhood demo[graphic]s."

The Preston Hollow menu will be slightly different from its older sibling, too; while the two locations share several dishes in common like deviled eggs, scallops with sweet corn and bacon pearled couscous, flatbreads, and a bourbon-marinated pork chop, there are also some new items like tempura okra and green beans with wasabi-yuzu aioli and a chicken and mushroom meatball grinder.

Dish Preston Hollow will be open for lunch and dinner daily as well as weekend brunch. See below for the dinner menu, plus the gigantic cocktail list:

Dish Preston Hollow Dinner Menu

Dish Preston Hollow Cocktails

Dish Preston Hollow

8611 Hillcrest Avenue #100, Dallas, TX 75225, USA