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A New Tavern From the Minds Behind Two Beloved Dallas Restaurants Debuts Next Month

Expect a cozy, casual neighborhood vibe at Hillside Tavern

Bradley Anderson, Nathan Tate, and Brooks Anderson
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Hillside Tavern, a new neighborhood restaurant from the minds behind Boulevardier, Veritas Wine Room, and Rapscallion, has tentative plans to open its doors in February.

As Eater reported back in April of last year, the restaurant from Brooks Anderson, Bradley Anderson, and chef Nathan Tate is currently under construction at 6465 East Mockingbird Lane, Suite 386, inside the Hillside Village Shopping Center. Photos of the restaurant-in-progress posted to the Veritas Wine Room Instagram account offer a glimpse at what diners can expect when the space’s interior is finished — a cozy vintage vibe thanks to warm woods, plenty of exposed brick. and spacious, midcentury modern couches.

As far as the food is concerned, co-owner Brooks Anderson tells Eater that the Tavern will serve “bad ass bar food,” but didn’t specify any dishes that could appear on the menu. A line-up of beers on draft will definitely be part of the boozy side of the menu, and if the trio’s other establishments are any indication, there will also be a solid wine list and cocktail menu.

According to Anderson, the team optimistically hopes to open Hillside Tavern by the end of February. Stay tuned for an official opening date.