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Zoli’s returns to Oak Cliff for one night only
A little more than three years after departing Oak Cliff for greener pastures in Addison, Zoli’s NY Pizza will pop up in its former neighborhood for one night only. On Sunday, June 23, Zoli’s will sling a selection of personal-sized favorites at Oak Cliff newcomer Taco y Vino, paired with beer and wine. The pizza feast begins at 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Ebb & Flow hits Deep Ellum soon
Ebb & Flow, a new Deep Ellum restaurant from the owners of the neighborhood’s most popular music venues, is set to open its doors in the coming weeks. Eater previously speculated that Clint and Whitney Barlow, who own and operate the Bomb Factory and Trees, had plans for the space at 2651 Commerce Street, which formerly housed the Parlor on Commerce. Barlow confirmed those suspicions in a Facebook post over the weekend, announcing that the restaurant is currently hiring staff with plans to open in the next couple of weeks.
DFW’s most over-the-top mansion could soon house a restaurant
Champ d’Or, a truly over-the-top mansion that’s sat vacant for years in Denton County, could soon be home to a restaurant. According to the Dallas Morning News, the home’s new owners have since rebranded the former home into a lavish event space, and are currently seeking zoning changes to add a restaurant and hotel to the property. Not surprisingly, the residents of teeny town Hickory Creek, where the mansion is located, are not thrilled about the plan. A town council vote on the changes is expected this week.
Blue Goose’s fajitas head to Fort Worth
Dallas Tex-Mex icon Blue Goose Cantina is headed to Fort Worth. According to CultureMap, the Dallas favorite will open an outpost at 1600 University Drive, in the University Park Village development. The Fort Worth location makes eight for the chain, which first opened in 1984 and has since expanded to Addison, Plano, Frisco, and Grapevine, among other DFW ‘burbs.