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Savor departs Klyde Warren Park
After about seven years of slinging upscale fare on the grounds of Klyde Warren Park, Savor has officially closed its doors. According to CultureMap, the shutter is the direct result of financial troubles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, will also impact Relish, the restaurant’s nearby burger stand. The space will reportedly be reopened in 2021, but no details on that new concept are available just yet.
Trinity Groves is no longer a restaurant incubator
The West Dallas development that touted itself as an incubator for up-and-coming restaurants has officially called it quits on that experiment. The Dallas Morning News reports that restaurateur Phil Romano will continue to open new restaurants in the development, but none of the new establishments will participate in the incubator program. He’ll continue to test his own projects there, though, like the brand new pizzeria Holy Crust that just opened its doors at the development this summer.
Broth purveyor Stocks & Bondy opens a second location
Stocks & Bondy, the soup-obsessed stall operated by chef Joanne Bondy in the Dallas Farmers Market, has expanded to a second location. Per the Dallas Observer, Bondy is now slinging her bone broths and beef demi-glace — among other soup and broth options — inside the Sundrops Vitamins & Nutrition Store location at 4306 North Central Expressway in East Dallas.