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The Design District has a new cafe, selling yogurt and pastries
D Magazine reports that the couple behind local yogurt line Milk and Patience just opened Brown Bag Provisions, a new spot for breakfast and and lunch in the Design District. Located at 150 Turtle Creek Boulevard, the cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop in to grab coffee from Full City Rooster and fancy yogurt parfaits, with pastries and bread from Bresnan Breads (including sourdough waffles). Lunchtime means meals like falafel, braised pork shoulder tacos, and naan with yellow curry-braised chicken.
Jalisco Norte gets new ownership
Turtle Creek Village Mexican restaurant Jalisco Norte has a new owner, according to CultureMap Dallas. Local Favorite Restaurant Group, which owns 45 restaurant outposts including Snuffer’s Restaurant & Bar and Village Burger Bar, is taking over from Jalisco Norte founder Tim McEneny.
A chef from Not Your Lola’s plans his own restaurant
Randall Braud, a chef from Filipino pop-up Not Your Lola’s, is striking out on his own. The Dallas Observer reports that Braud plans on opening a restaurant named Tagay with Filipino-inspired cocktails and food that changes with the seasons.