Mesero has just opened its newest outpost in Victory Park.
The Dallas-born Mexican food chain may have been down a location as of August when its Henderson Avenue location shuttered abruptly, but it quickly bounced back with the opening of its newest restaurant last week at 2375 Victory Park Lane #180, the Dallas Observer reports. With the new addition, the chain counts five area locations including Legacy West, Fort Worth’s Shops at Clearfork, Prestonwood, and Inwood Village.
In Victory Park, diners will find the same menu of elevated Mexican dishes like grilled halibut, blackened salmon, steak, enchiladas, tacos, plus solid weekend brunches with chilaquiles, avocado toast, and Huevos Mesero. The restaurant has a lengthy cocktails menu with plenty of frozen options swirled with fruit puree or flavored liqueurs.
The addition of Mesero to Victory Park is part of a huge push toward making the area more of a dining destination. The district will welcome Jinya Ramen Bar and a new bakery called Sift + Pour later this year, wine bar Burgundy Swine, plus a new concept from Elias Pope (responsible for the runaway hit HG Sply Co) and Brooke Humphries (creator of Beauty Bar, Barcadia, Pints & Quarts, and newcomer Mama Tried). Recent additions to Victory Park include Billy Can Can and Kent Rathbun’s comeback restaurant Imoto.
Mesero Victory Park is now open and operates Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.