Restaurant round-up: Coffee, brunch, new restaurant, snout to tail

BUiPDXaCEAAx3KXDavis Street Espresso, the new coffee shop from Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, has been open just a few weeks, but it already made Grub Street’s list of “58 extraordinary coffee shops around America,” at No. 53.

Oak Cliff resident Graham Dodds, the original Bolsa chef, is leaving Central 214 to work for Consilient Restaurant group. That company, which owns Hibiscus, Victor Tangos, Fireside Pies and The Porch, also is taking over the restaurant in the Joule.

Boulevardier now serves brunch.

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A new restaurant is being planned for the old Safety Glass Co. building on West Davis in the Bishop Arts District. Chef Jon Stevens is planning something called Stock and Barrel. The owner of Safety Glass moved his family business to West Dallas this year after 72 years in Oak Cliff.

Ten Bells Tavern hosts a “snout-to-tail” dinner from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, from Chef Carlos Mancera. The 5-course dinner includes beer from Deschutes Brewery.

Here are a couple of early reviews from Kitchen LTO, the “permanent pop-up” restaurant at Trinity Groves, which opened its first concept about a week and a half ago: Dallas Observer, Pure Wow, Thrillist.

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