New brunch in downtown Dallas tops this serving of restaurant news

Winter weather is the biggest story in mid-February 2021, but there are still Dallas dining tidbits to digest for our twice-monthly Restaurant News Roundup.

Here’s the newest Dallas Dining Dish:

Eater Dallas has a list of restaurants that will be open and closed during the weather event. There are a surprising number of restaurants open, including a number of cafes.

Stir the taco Opens Fort Worth location in the former Taco Diner area at 156 W. 4th St. It’s a return to Fort Worth for the restaurant that started on West 7th Street in Fort Worth before opening a location in Deep Ellum has been . Like the Deep Ellum location, the new Fort Worth location will include a cook-controlled restaurant within a restaurant.

BoomerJack’s Grill & BarThe DFW Sportbarkette has opened a location in Plano, 5430 SH 121, with the usual collection of televisions and a spacious terrace where dogs are allowed. The chain has 14 locations as well as the Sidecar Social siblings, a lounge, and Bedford Ice House, a live music venue.

Meccha Matcha, the Matcha-themed dessert shop, has closed its location in Plano. The shop announced its closure on February 14th in a Facebook post on February 1st, stating: “Due to the impact of COVID-19 on our business and many other reasons, we have decided not to sign our lease for the coming years extend.” They are located in Asia Times Square in Grand Prairie and may open other locations after COVID-19 is gone.

The second floor on the stock exchangeThe newly opened restaurant in the AT&T Discovery District now serves brunch every Sunday from 11am to 4pm. This is the two concept restaurant: Ichi Ni San from Chef Peja Krstic and Ounce from Chef Brian Zenner. Guests can choose from the Ichi Ni San menu with Japanese-inspired brunch products as well as the ounce menu with European and Mediterranean-inspired brunch dishes. A robust beverage program is offered that includes a table mimosa bar and handcrafted cocktails.

Ichi Ni San’s menu items include the Milk Bun & Chicken Karaage – soft, pillow-shaped milk rolls filled with tender fried chicken, kewpie mayonnaise, tonkotsu sauce, and sunamono; Japanese breakfast plate – steamed rice, salmon or tuna, tsukemono, tamago, miso soup, soba seaweed salad, steamed vegetables; Japanese Pancakes – fluffy soufflé pancakes drizzled with maple umeboshi syrup, ginger and citrus whipped cream, and seasonal fruit; and Okonomiyaki – Osaka-style pancakes with cabbage, potatoes, pumpkin, spring onions and pork belly, garnished with kewpie mayonnaise, tonkotsu sauce and katsuobushi.

Ounce’s menu items include the Banana Foster & Nutella Crepes – rum, hazelnut, whipped cream; Shrimp & Grits – New Caledonia Cristal Blue frontal shrimp, poached egg, kale, tomato, garlic, chillies, lemon, fine herbs; Spanish octopus & baked egg – giant beans, kale, giardineiera, chillies, salsa verde; Croissant, Brie & Jam – La Casita Bakery Croissant, warmed triple cream brie, cranberry jam.

Manhattan Project Brewing Co.. has created a new beer with romantic potential: Love Is Rasberry Fission, matured in Chardonnay barrels. It is only available in the taproom.

Lakewood Brewing makes its hugely popular seasonal Muy Importante – Margarita Mexican Lager a year-round offer. Muy Importante started out as the Lakewoods Small Batch Can Series and was then released as a 2020 season. The beer has an ABV of 4.7%, which is low for Lakewood and about half the calories of a frozen margarita. It is brewed with agave, orange peel, lime juice and a touch of sea salt.

Uchiba partnered with Austin-based Franklin BBQ for the latest ramen collaboration. It offers a pho-style broth, smoked beef, mushrooms, egg noodles, soy-marinated egg, and pickled red onions for $ 16, available February 21-28.

MC Donalds has brought back the Shamrock Shake and Oreo Shamrock McFlurry for a limited time. The Shamrock Shake is made from vanilla soft ice cream mixed with its Shamrock Shake flavor, which is believed to be made from mint. The Shamrock Shake was created in 1967 by Hal Rosen, owner and operator of Connecticut McDonald’s, who invented the shake to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It later debuted in select locations in the United States in 1970. McDonald’s says it’s the most anticipated dessert that comes back on the menu every year. The OREO Shamrock McFlurry was first introduced in 2020 and offers vanilla soft ice cream, shamrock shake flavor and OREO biscuit pieces.

Dickey’s grill place Will Sell Its Sweet And Flavored Barbecue Sauce By The Bottle In Walmart Stores In The US Walmart already sells Dickey’s barbecue beans, sauce and sausages in stores and online.

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