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Dallas Farmers Market Adding Cajun Food, Tapas, Southern Cooking

Lots of new stuff when Shed 2 reopens as "The Market" in June.

Dallas Farmers Market

So many new things on the horizon for downtown's Dallas Farmers Market. When Shed 2 reopens in June under its new moniker, The Market, it will be home to several brand-new anchor restaurants: Rex’s Seafood, Taqueria La Ventana, Nammi/Coolhaus, Palmieri Café, Stocks & Bondy, and Shannon Wynne's Mudhen. Those tenants have been known for some time, but now The Market has announced several new dining options including:

  • Cajun Tailgators: A spin-off of the food truck that also has a brick-and-mortar in downtown Plano, it will serve "Louisiana favorites including crawfish étouffée, jambalaya, gumbo and red beans and rice"
  • Jack's Modern Southern Kitchen: A return of the sadly short-lived Jack's Southern Comfort Food on Lowest Greenville, the press release mentions Jack's is "known for its biscuits and gravy"
  • Si Tapas: An extension of the Uptown restaurant that will serve "a selection of hot and cold tapas, Spanish cheese plates, cured meats, soups and paellas"

Lowest Greenville's Bohemian Cafe also recently revealed it would open a secondary location at The Market; in addition to kolaches and klobasneks (meat kolaches) it'll also serve hot dogs, soups, salads, and coffee. New retail vendors in the former Shed 2 space will include Scardello Cheese, Dallas Caramel Company, Chelles Macarons, and Doc Popcorn.

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