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Scope Out The Menu For Cedar Grove, Now Serving Casual Fare & Adult Snow Cones On Cedar Springs

More casual is always a good thing

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DISH has a brand new look
DISH has a brand new look
Kevin Marple
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The former DISH Cedar Springs, now reimagined as Cedar Grove, has gotten a serious facelift in more ways than one. In addition to an aesthetic overhaul, Chef Taylor Kearney has introduced a new menu of approachable, affordable plates in an effort to transform this once-stuffy eatery into a casual neighborhood destination.

The menu at Cedar Grove is in keeping with Kearney's approach to upscale farm-to-table fare, like a rustic meat & cheese board and charred okra sprinkled with yuzu salt and lemon. Mains include sesame-crusted tuna and pork tenderloin served with elotes.

The bar program, curated by mixologist Trevor Landry, is downright playful. Bring a group of four (or eight!) and dive into a bowl of Adult Lemonade Stand punch, spiked with your choice of flavored Deep Eddy vodka. Also on offer are adult snow cones, in flavors like lemon drop and caipirhina, a decidedly welcome addition to Dallas' booze scene considering these unbearable temperatures.

Cedar Grove kicked open the doors last week. Scope out the menu below and just try to decide which adult snow cone you'll start with first.

Cedar Grove Menu