Restaurant news: Jonathon’s to stay, Tillman’s on TV, Dickey’s y’all

tillmans-009113_optThe board of adjustments approved a plan from Jonathon’s owners Jonathon and Christine Erdeljac to expand their kitchen by about 400 square feet. That means Jonathon’s is staying put, and they hope to work around construction and keep the restaurant open while the new space is being built. They also have plans for “the craziest waffle ever.”

Tillman’s Roahouse appears on ABC’s “The Chew” at 11 this morning, Monday, June 24. We will try to find video of their segment to post later in the week. Tillman’s launched a new menu in April.

Did you know there’s a Dickey’s at Pinnacle Park (that’s what the area at Cockrell Hill and Interstate 30 is called)? They’ve been open for about a month at 4475 Adler, and it’s byob (beer and wine only) on nights and weekends.


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