California transplant Laurel Tavern will bring its tasty burgers, creative cocktails and modern mellow vibes to Greenville Avenue this fall.
The laid back restaurant is set to take over the space formerly occupied by Clark Food & Wine, according to a release. The small chain currently operates two locations in California, each with slightly different menus. Both feature a menu of burgers made with beef ground in-house and, an eclectic offering of small plates like steamed edamame, a hot pretzel with mustard and meat & cheese boards.
The drink menu features quirky cocktails like the Jessica Rabbit (tequila, mezcal, muddled strawberries and a chili and salt rim) and the Duke of Earl (Earl Grey tea-infused gin and lemon juice) alongside classic libations and a huge selection of craft beers and wine.
Executive Chef Roger Hayot is in charge of curating the menu for Laurel Tavern’s Dallas outpost, which will sport a similar selection of intriguing small plates, fresh salads, a huge drink selection and satisfying burgers and sandwiches.
Laurel Tavern will open sometime this fall at 1920 Greenville Avenue in Dallas.