After seventeen years of serving up some of North Dallas’ finest fare, Chef Gilbert Garza is making major changes to Suze.
The chef tells Eater that Suze will soon move to the former Preston Hollow Grill location at 4343 W. Northwest Highway. According to Garza, the move comes after Central Market announced that it would be taking over the grocer space adjacent to Suze, and will make way for a completely revamped version of this Preston Hollow institution.
According to Garza, the new Suze will seat 130 diners, more than double the restaurant’s current capacity. The new space will also bring what Garza calls “one of the best patios on this side of town,” along with a major revamp to the menu. The new space will be definitively more relaxed than the current place — there will be TVs, Garza warns, but they’ll likely be playing black and white movie clips instead of football.
In addition to the dining room, a private room on the south wall will be reserved for private events or respite from the bustle of the main restaurant. The menu will also get a few updates, with a new focus on small plates. The new Suze will also offer a full bar, along with a wider beer selection to appeal to the less wine-inclined.
At present, Garza has ambitious plans to turn the space around in 60 days, with an expected opening date of September 12. In the meantime, Suze’s original location at 4345 W. Northwest Highway will stay open for business until the new location opens. Stay tuned for more updates.