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Vietnamese Restaurant Mot Hai Ba Is Readying a New Location
The Dallas Observer has more details on what to expect when buzzy East Dallas Vietnamese restaurant Mot Hai Ba opens its anticipated second outpost. At the upcoming Victory Park location, there will be a chef’s table in the kitchen for guests to experience a tasting menu from Peja Krstic and the dining room is much larger than the original. The plan is to open up the new spot in the next two months.
The Dallas Stars will host a vegan night
Vegan hockey fans need to mark their calendars for Tuesday, February 11, when the Dallas Stars play against the Carolina Hurricanes and the menu leans into meat-free dining. Attendees can purchase a ticket and a voucher for meals like an Unreal Reuben made with Unreal Corned Beef, a Vegan Brat made with Beyond Sausage, and a Beyond Burger.
Tickets are $25 per person for 300-level seating and $75 for lower bowl seating: snag seats in dedicated “Vegan Night” sections online here.
More news on Dallas’s corn dog legal battle
Jace Fletcher Christensen, the Fletcher’s relative who faced a legal battle after starting her own corn dog pop-up that was originally called Fletch, spoke with the Dallas Observer about her side of the story. She’s planning on letting customers vote via social media on what her “Corndog With No Name” shop’s permanent name should be going forward.