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Seafood joint Flying Fish opens at The Sound at Cypress Waters
There’s a new spot for fried fish at The Sound at Cypress Waters. As anticipated, fast-casual seafood chain Flying Fish opened yesterday in the North Irving development, “Billy Bass Adoption Wall” and all. The restaurant serves po’ boys, shrimp and oysters, crab legs, grits and gumbo, and more. Find it at 9600 Wharf Road, with daily hours from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The inventor of fried beer opens up an Italian restaurant
Abel Gonzales of State Fair of Texas fried fame went in a different direction than the fryers for his latest venture. Culturemap Dallas reports that Gonzales just opened Cocina Italiano at 7101 Harry Hines Boulevard, serving up pasta, Italian deli sandwiches, and salads at bugdget-friendly prices.
Live! by Loews in Arlington announces its restaurants
The upcoming 14-story Live! by Loews hotel at Texas Live! Arlington Entertainment District will boast five restaurants and bars. The outposts will range from a steakhouse called Cut & Bourbon to a lobby bourbon lounge, a poolside bar, and a craft cocktail spot outdoors called Arlington Clover Club. The hotel is 90 days from opening.