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Southern Restaurant Porcinos in Addison Is Now Closed

The pork-focused spot made it less than a year

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It’s already the end of the line for Porcinos, a restaurant that opened this spring in Addison focused on all things pork from baby back ribs to rolled pork roast paired with grits. The comfort food spot from the same group behind Edith’s in Mockingbird Station closed earlier in December, according to CultureMap Dallas. A rep from the restaurant at 5015 Belt Line Road told the publication that it had closed “a few weeks ago” and that it was a decision by the owners and landlord.

Meanwhile, a former employee wrote a scathing review of her six-month tenure there on Yelp today, noting that she had five different GMs while she worked there and that “jokes were made by most staff about how it wouldn’t last through the end of the year.”

Porcinos opened up on the ground floor of the Centrum building in the former home of sushi spot Chaucer’s, with “upscale farmhouse” decor, a 360-degree inside/outside bar, and pork sausage on the meat-heavy menu.