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Dish Departs Preston Hollow

The restaurant closed without warning on Tuesday

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After opening its doors in 2015, the Preston Hollow outpost of Dish has officially closed.

Dish owner Tim McEneny announced the restaurant’s shutter in a press release, noting “unresolvable concerns with [the restaurant’s] building and location.” “We’re incredibly grateful to the many guests that have dined at DISH Preston Hollow over the years,” McEneny said in a statement. “We look forward to seeing friends of the restaurant at our other concepts, those now open and coming soon to the city.”

Before opening in Preston Hollow, the original Dish debuted on Cedar Springs eight years ago. In 2016, the restaurant was transformed into Cedar Grove, which promised a “more accessible” vibe and price point for the neighborhood. That restaurant closed its doors in May of 2017. When Dish made its Preston Hollow debut, former Bolsa chef Andrew Bell was at the helm, but he only stuck around for a few months before parting ways with the restaurant.

Just before the departure of Dish Preston Hollow, McEneny’s hospitality company NL Group opened buzzy new eatery Jalisco Norte, and will continue to operate Dakota’s Steakhouse.

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