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Vegan Favorite Spiral Diner Plots Denton Expansion

The mini chain will launch a third location next year

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Spiral Diner
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Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

Vegan comfort food mini chain Spiral Diner has plans to take the plant-based world of Dallas-Fort Worth by storm next year with yet another expansion. NBC first-reports that the restaurant is bringing a third outpost to the veggie-friendly turf of Denton.

According to Culture Map, the location is slated for the Railyard complex, a renovated mixed-use warehouse development near Courthouse Square on Hickory Avenue. Kara Keith has been tapped to design the space, which will feature a large patio and a similar look and feel to the company’s existing restaurants in Dallas and Fort Worth.

“Denton is ideal because it's far enough away from both locations that we feel like we'll serve a need,” says founder Amy McNutt about the decision to bring Spiral Diner to Denton. “We've always had a lot of customers from the Denton area drive down to Dallas and Fort Worth.” The new spot is slated to debut in early 2017.

Feast or Famine for Fort Worth Restaurants [NBC]

Vegan Award-Winner Spiral Diner Plants Third Restaurant in Denton [Culture Map]

All Expansions Coverage [EDFW]