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Even more desserts are en route to Deep Ellum
Deep Ellum will have a new destination for desserts and cocktails when Sweet Dessert Bar lands this summer. Permits filed with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission indicate that the bar will set up shop at 2650 Elm Street in the coming months. A website established for the dessert shop indicates that it will serve “drinks, desserts, and bites,” including cocktails and sweets like bubble egg waffles, mochi ice cream, and mille crepe cakes. Stay tuned for an opening date.
Denton coffee shop returns after fire
Denton’s Jupiter House Coffee has officially reopened its doors about a year and a half after a fire at a nearby building forced it to close. According to GuideLive, the shop returned last week after 74 weeks of construction woes and a complete remodel of the space. Since the revamp, the shop is now known as just Jupiter House, and will serve a menu of sandwiches, salads, and bagels, among other options.
Panchero’s lands in Irving
Iowa-based fast-casual Mexican chain Panchero’s has officially opened its second DFW location in Irving at 3275 Regent Boulevard. Known for its burritos served on freshly-made tortillas, tacos, and more Mexican-influenced eats, this is the latest in more than a dozen Panchero’s outposts across the Midwest and Northeast. The location follows an outpost that opened in McKinney in March.