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The Fit Cook sells out commissioner

Kevin Curry, the founder of Fit Men Cook, has launched his own line of cooking kits and ready-made meals for the home, all of which are available at the Commissary Downtown.

Right now there’s turkey lasagna, vegetarian jambalaya, and a steak and broccoli pilaf on offer. Expect new menu options monthly.

Donny Sirisavath

Donny Sirisavath

Alison McLean

Khao owner makes another pivot

While we don’t have a Khao Noodle shop yet, owner Donny Sirisavath has new plans for February. The Dallas Morning News reports that it will open in Khao Gang at the same location at 101 4812 Bryan Street in East Dallas, serving curries and soups to take away.

More cocktails for Bishop Arts

Dan Bui, who is behind Krio, opens a cocktail bar called Atlas. According to D Magazine, the doors should be open until mid-February or early March. It has a prime location on 405 N. Bishop Ave.

Klyde Warren gets a generic new tenant

We found out in August that Savor, the restaurant in Klyde Warren Park, was closing. Since the revenue from this space is helpful to the park, something had to get in, and for some reason it’s Mi Cocina, the DMN says.

At the very least, you can know that your mambo taxi can help the park so many treasure.

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Taylor Adams has been writing about the restaurant industry for the Dallas Observer since 2016. Now, as the Observer’s food editor, she attended Southern Methodist University before covering local news on the Dallas Morning News.

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