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Shake Shack’s Takeover of DFW’s Burger Scene Continues With Addison Outpost

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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

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Downtown has a new sushi restaurant

O Sushi, a new sushi restaurant in a tiny Downtown space, has officially opened its doors. According to CultureMap, O Sushi recently opened its doors at 400 North Saint Paul Street, and is helmed by chef Curtis Xie, and will serve nigiri, sushi rolls stuffed with spicy tuna, and in keeping with the sushi trends, a sushi taco that’s wrapped in lettuce.

Shake Shack hits Addison this week

Continuing its takeover of DFW’s burger scene, NYC chain Shake Shack will open its latest local outpost near Addison later this week. The newest outpost is set to open at 5290 Belt Line Road, Suite 112A, on Sunday, October 27. Like all other DFW Shake Shacks, it will boast a burger topped with Pecan Lodge sausage and custard concretes mixed with slices of pie from Dallas’s own Emporium Pies.

On The Border makes a return to Knox Street

After closing its doors back in August, the On The Border location on Knox Street has (sort of) made a comeback. According to a press release, the location at 3130 Knox Street, Suite 130 was the chain’s oldest location, and has since revamped into its first restaurant dedicated to to-go orders, delivery, and catering.