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El Bolero’s Bright Mexican Dishes Arrive on Fitzhugh Avenue

The Dallas restaurant’s second outpost serves up eats from early morning til late night

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The Design District Mexican eatery El Bolero just opened in a new location this week east of I-75.

The restaurant’s second outpost is located at 2722 N. Fitzhugh Avenue at the corner of Fitzhugh and Bennett. It’s from the same company behind Oak, Pakpao Thai, Royale Burgers and Merchant House. The space boasts a similarly vibrant interior to its Design District counterpart with “funky” design accents like colorful tile work created by Mexican artists, bright yellow bar chairs, mosaic black and white floor tile, and purple velvet chairs. The space boasts an outdoor fire pit and an upstairs tequila lounge, as well.

The new spot will serve Mexican favorites from morning until late night and hopes to entice neighborhood denizens who work remotely with Wifi, breakfast tacos, churro French toast, and copious amounts of Mexican coffee on deck. For lunch and dinner, the menu will feature El Bolero standbys like wagyu tacos, salmon poblano, and braised barbacoa enchiladas, plus a late night menu will be available in the upstairs tequila lounge.

El Bolero is now open and operates Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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