Live Local: The lowdown on neighborhood businesses

News from Oddfellows, Lucia, Decanter Restaurant, Luckie's Smokehouse and more ...

So many new restaurants are popping up in Oak Cliff, it’s hard to keep a handle on it. Oddfellows opened last month, serving breakfast and lunch menus Tuesday-Friday, plus brunch on Saturday and Sunday. oddfellowsdallas.com, 316 W. Seventh.

Lucia, the new restaurant from chef David Uygur and his wife, Jennifer, also opened last month. luciadallas.com, 408 W. Eighth.

Decanter Restaurant and Wine Lounge, which is taking the old Café Madrid space on Eighth Street next to Vera Cruz Café, opens for lunch and dinner in January. decanterrestaurant.com, 408 N. Bishop, 214.789.1296.

Luckie’s Smokehouse, the second in southern Dallas from restaurateur Naht Ngo, was expected to open by the end of December at Clinton and West Davis, across the street from the Kessler Theater. luckiessmokehouse.com.

Lockhart Smokehouse, from Jill Grobowsky Bergus, is expected to open in January at Bishop and Davis in the old Grill 400 spot. lockhartsmokehouse.com.

Southern Maid Donuts opened a new store at West Davis and Tyler after months renovating the former tire shop it now occupies. southernmaiddonuts.com.

A new day spa, Elévate, offers temezcal, a traditional Mexican sweat bath that incorporates meditation and aromatherapy. elevatesalonandspa.com, 1215 W. Davis, 214.941.3344.

A new gallery, Studio 109, opened on Tyler Street near Davis last month. studio109fineart.com, 214.907.0309, 413 N. Tyler.

Go Oak Cliff gave $5,000 to the Well Community and $1,000 each to Sunset and Adamson high schools at a holiday party last month. The money was raised during the group’s community events last year.

Do you know of a neighborhood business renovating, expanding, moving, launching, hosting an event, celebrating an anniversary, offering a special or something else noteworthy? Send the information to livelocal@advocatemag.com or call 214.292.0487.


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