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Pacific Table’s second location is now open

Chef Felipe Armenta duplicated his Fort Worth seafood grill, Pacific Table, with a new sister restaurant that opened last week in Irving. Find Pacific Table at the Gables Water Street development at 5238 N O’Connor Boulevad #136 in Las Colinas. Seafood options run the gamut from sushi rolls to East and West coast oysters to miso-glazed salmon (with items like slow-braised short rib and veggie burgers for those who aren’t into fish). The restaurant features clubby leather banquettes in the dining room, a semi-open kitchen, horseshoe-shaped bar, a wine room, a patio equipped with a fire pit, and a view overlooking Lake Carolyn.

The new Pacific Table’s interior
Pacific Table

Revolver Brewing opens today at Texas Live!

Revolver Brewing is set to bring its Blood & Honey golden ale to the Texas Live! entertainment district: Revolver Brewing BLDG 5 celebrates its grand opening on Thursday, February 20 at 1650 E. Randol Mill within the complex. This is a new outpost for the Granbury craft brewery, which aligned itself with beer conglomerate MillerCoors in 2016. This location at Texas Live! will even feature an “experimental innovation brewery.”

Chef Avner Samuel calls it quits at his latest restaurant named Nosh

After making a return to the Dallas dining scene in August 2019, chef Avner Samuel is stepping down from his new restaurant Nosh Bistro (not to be confused with his shuttered Oak Lawn restaurant Nosh Euro Bistro). Samuel opened Nosh Bistro this past summer at 8611 Hillcrest Road, but now the restaurant is announcing that the chef is retiring to spend more time with his family.

Nosh will continue on under the leadership of Chef Ryan Carbery, who plans to revamp the food and bar menu. “It has been such a joy to cook for the people of North Texas,” Samuel said in a release. “I am excited to spend more time with my family and am proud to have Chef Ryan Carbery continue the Nosh story.”

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