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Four Dallas Eateries Will Debut in New Cypress Waters Development

The Sound will be home to lakefront restaurants

Courtesy Billingsley Company

Four Dallas food and beverage purveyors will join forthcoming development The Sound at Cypress Waters in North Irving at the intersection of I-635 and Belt Line Road later this year or early next.

Two of Shannon Wynne’s 30 restaurant concepts are coming to The Sound because of its unique lake location. Those include Rodeo Goat, known for burgers with quippy names, a long craft beer list, and milkshakes, with outposts in Dallas’ Design District, Fort Worth, and Houston, and Flying Fish, a seafood joint for po’ boys, gumbo, and fried catfish. According to a press release, the eateries will boast lake views, outdoor seating, and events. Rodeo Goat and Flying Fish will be the anchor restaurants with large wrap-around decks suspended over North Lake’s waters.

Ascension Coffee, which has several locations in Dallas, Frisco, and soon in Fort Worth will bring its wait-service coffee and bites bar to The Sound as the “official coffee shop” of the development. “I don’t know of anywhere else in Dallas you can sit and sip coffee with brunch or lunch on a patio with a lake view,” said owner Russell Hayward in a statement. “The idea of that was impossible for me to resist.”

Rural-centric Landon Winery, which counts locations in Wylie, Greenville, and now-bustling McKinney, will bring its fourth tasting room to The Sound. Drinkers will find wines by the glass and bottle.

Restaurants will announce their opening dates individually, ranging from the end of 2018 to early 2019. With 30,000 square feet of retail space to fill, more restaurants will undoubtedly sign on to the new development. Stay tuned for more information on the development’s forthcoming eateries.