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Little Woodrow’s Employee Injured In Shooting + More Intel

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The scene of the crime at Little Woodrow’s
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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

— Last night, as brand new East Dallas bar Little Woodrow’s was closing up shop, two armed suspects injured a restaurant employee. The Dallas Morning News reports that the shooting happened around 2 a.m. this morning, when the pair of suspects entered the building wielding firearms. One pointed his gun at an employee and fired, injuring the employee. The extent of the employee’s injuries is unknown at this time. [DMN]

— Dallas’ falafel scene continues to get stronger with the arrival of Roti Mediterranean Grill, a concept that will open its doors at the McKinney & Olive building in Downtown next year. The restaurant is described as a “Chipotle-style” concept at which you’ll be able to build your own bowls, wraps, and salads with a selection of fresh ingredients. Look for Roti Mediterranean to debut in Spring 2017. [CultureMap]

— The freshly-pressed juice trend shows no signs of slowing down, and the arrival of Nashville’s I Love Juice Bar is just further proof. The concept will make its debut in Plano today, along with locations set to follow in Dallas and Allen. [CultureMap]