News roundup: Wynnewood, Aussies, patios, restaurant reviews

Banc of America, which owns the Parks at Wynnewood Apartments, agreed to ask the Texas Department of Housing to release deed restrictions so they can build a market rate development there. The developer agreed to that so the city would allow them to build 140 low-income housing units there.

Oak Cliff was featured in a photo spread in the Australian magazine Maeve, thanks to the work of local photographer Steve Visneau. Click the link, and on the left-hand menu, click “Off the Cliff by Steven V.” Oak Cliff neighbor Malina Pearson styled the shoot.

City of Ate didn’t include any Oak Cliff spots in its “Five of Our Favorite Patios” list. What would you add?

Teresa Gubbins reviewed Mesa and called it “heartfelt and handmade.” The Jefferson Boulevard restaurant also is featured in the September Advocate.

Confection Confessions reviewed the beignets at Oddfellows. Yes, they are good.


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