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Fancy Ham Purveyor Enrique Tomas Makes Its Dallas Debut This Month

Plus, more DFW dining intel

Thin slices of Jamon Iberico on a white plate Enrique Tomas [Official Photo]
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Enrique Tomas brings jamon Iberico to Dallas

After a long wait, Spanish ham purveyor Enrique Tomas is just about ready to make its Dallas debut. According to the Dallas Morning News, the fancy ham shop and eatery will open its doors on February 12 at 2822 North Henderson Avenue, bringing the city its first jamoneros (ham slicers) and a new destination for tapas. It’s the chain’s first United States location, joining Enrique Tomas shops in London, Paris, Mexico City, and more global locales.

Pour one out for Burger Street

Sad news for fans of this Greenville Avenue favorite — Burger Street officially closed its doors on February 1. Per CultureMap, the closure came after the restaurant’s rent on its space in the Kroger parking lot at Mockingbird Lane and Greenville Avenue was “increased to a rate they could not afford.” A new location is expected to open nearby, though no address has been chosen just yet.