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Cozy Vibes and Asian Cuisine Await At East Dallas’ Newest Eatery

Alice will make its debut next week

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Next week, Alice, a small, intimate restaurant that will serve a menu of Asian-influenced cuisine will officially kick open its doors in East Dallas.

The restaurant will set up shop at 1623 North Hall Street, adjacent to the space occupied by Fiction Coffee, reports CultureMap. The small, 50-seat restaurant was formerly home to beloved Peruvian eatery Joyce & Gigi’s, which closed its doors last year. Early photos of Alice indicate that the building has undergone a significant revamp, bringing a decidedly more modern and upscale look to the formerly-casual spot.

Co-owner Brandon Hays was tight-lipped with specific menu details, but did tell Eater that diners can look forward to about 25 different small plates inspired by Asian cuisine. According to CultureMap, Alice will also serve a tightly-curated menu of cocktails and wines.

Alice will kick open its doors on March 1. When it debuts, Alice will keep the kitchen open from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, the bar will keep the doors open until 2 a.m. with a “loungey vibe,” according to Hays.

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