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Eno’s Pizza Tavern branches out
The restaurant scene at The Sound at Cypress Waters is shaping up: seafood joint Flying Fish is open, as is the newest location of Eno’s Pizza Tavern. Escape Hatch Dallas reports that the pizzeria originally based in Bishop Arts opened up its new outpost in the development this week, serving up truffle cheese bread and pizzas topped with Benton’s ham, pepperoni, sausage, and honey. Find the new restaurant at 3111 Olympus Boulevard.
Coming-soon bar Eastside Social is readying its vintage arcade games
The owners of the new 70s cocktail bar Wah Wah are working on their next venture: GuideLive reports that neighborhood hangout Eastside Social will open in stages at 1928 Greenville Avenue in the space that once was home to relocating Afghan restaurant Nora. First, the second story of Eastside Social will open in late June and then a first floor with old-school arcade games will open later. Expect bar food like chicken fingers on the menu.
A new sports bar is in the works
Yogi’s Home Plate is moving into the space near Alamo Drafthouse at Creekside Center, Lake Highlands Advocate reports.
Craft brewers contemplate their next moves
After the passage of the “Beer to Go” amendment, the Dallas Observer interviews craft brewers who now want to tackle Texas’s “three-tier system” of beer distribution.