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The Rebooted Red Stix Is Set to Open Soon, This Time With Extra Spicy Noodles

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Photo: Red Stix Asian Street Food

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The rebooted Red Stix is almost here

After closing up shop at Plano’s Legacy Hall in the spring, chef Uno Immanivong is just about ready to open Red Stix’s new incarnation at 6501 Hillcrest Avenue in University Park. The Asian street food restaurant’s Facebook page reads: “We’re getting close to opening day! Right now we’re thinking it’ll be the first week of October, but stay tuned!” Immanivong spoke with the Dallas Observer about her time off, and what’s new for Red Stix, including super spicy “Damn Damn” noodles with chiles, Szechuan chili oil and sambal.

Flower Mound’s about to get a new Indian spot

CultureMap reports that Delhi 6 Indian Kitchen is headed to The Shops at Highland Village at 1701 Shoal Creek in Highland Village. The new restaurant is from a team of two brothers, who will serve both classics (chicken tikka masala at a lunch buffet) and options with goat and lamb.

A Plano restaurant provides humanitarian efforts through pizza

Fretta Urban Pizza Bar offers free slices and ice cold water to its neighbors who are hungry, and a sign gives the owner’s phone number to call “if any employees don’t treat you with the same respect as a paying customer.” The Dallas Observer interviews owner Ram Mehta, who says: “What’s the point of having a couple thousand dollars on hand and not feeding someone who actually needs it? Food is a basic human necessity. If we can’t even do our parts and feed people, then what’s the point of living?”