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Left Bank renamed Boulevardier
The owners of Veritas and Restaurant Ava have renamed their planned Bishop Arts restaurant. Boulevardier is the new name for a French/American bistro in the space formerly occupied by Decanter and Cafe Madrid. The owners originally announced the restaurant would be called Left Bank.
Mesa celebrates one-year anniversary
The hottest new restaurant to hit Jefferson Boulevard has made it one year. Mesa celebrates its first anniversary Friday, May 11. Mesa also is constructing a patio behind the restaurant, which is expected to open in time for the celebration. Owner Raul Reyes says he is scouting locations and has plans to open a second Mesa by the end of the year.
Mesa, 118 W. jefferson, 214.941.4246
Sync Yoga changes ownership
The yoga studio replaced Tranquilo in the Bishop Arts District and has changed ownership. Sync Yoga & Wellbeingoffers more than 30 yoga classes per week in a variety of styles. The studio also offers pre- and post-natal yoga, baby and me classes, and yoga for children and families.
Sync Yoga & Welbeing, 611 N. Bishop
National Burger Day at Tillman’s Roadhouse
In celebration of National Burger Day, Tillman’s Roadhouse’s chef Cody Brandt is serving the “Belly Buster” May 29–31. The burger includes a beef patty, pork belly, aged cheddar, baby arugula, local tomatoes, roasted red pepper aioli and a butter-toasted challah bun. The feast is served with truffled goat cheese tater tots and house-made horseradish pickles.
Tillman’s Roadhouse, 324 W. Seventh, 214.942.0988
More business bits
1. Bryan’s House, a nonprofit providing services to special-needs children and children affected by HIV and AIDS, has moved to the former Springhill Montessori School building on S. Beckley.
Bryan’s House, 802 S. Beckley, 214.559.3946
2. East Dallas-based Paperbacks Plus is opening a new store in Oak Cliff this month under the name Lucky Dog Books. Hours for the used bookstore will be 10 a.m.–9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon–7 p.m. Sunday.
Lucky Dog Books, 633 W. Davis, 214.941.2665
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