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Four Corners Brewing Is On The Move; Denton’s Hickory & Fry Is Closed

Plus, a new Asian concept from restaurateur Alberto Lombardi.

Four Corners is in need of a little leg room.
Four Corners is in need of a little leg room.
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TRINITY GROVES – Four Corners Brewing Company, one of Trinity Groves’ first-ever residents, has officially outgrown its original home. On Sunday, it was revealed that Four Corners will move to a new two-acre lot in The Cedars District, citing space concerns and the neighborhood’s rapid growth. No official timeline has been announced for the move. [Dallas Morning News]

KNOX-HENDERSON – Prolific Dallas restaurateur Alberto Lombardi will bring KAI Asian Bistro, a fusion concept that will focus on South Asian cuisine, to Knox-Henderson this spring. Chef Richard Chen, who earned a Michelin star during his time at Wing Lei at the Wynn Las Vegas, will oversee the kitchen and menu development. The concept is scheduled for an April 2016 opening at 4524 Cole Ave. [EaterWire]

DENTON – Denton’s first tapas bar, Hickory & Fry, has officially closed its doors. The restaurant opened in early 2015, and was the second restaurant from Jack and Amy MacDonald, who also own Jack Mac’s Swill & Grill in North Dallas. [Dallas Observer]