Restaurant talk: Joy Macarons, Herrera’s, Noble Rey

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Joy Macarons is open on Davis at Tyler. Owner Liz Lanier lives in Oak Cliff and has been selling her macarons at farmers markets for about a year.

Herrera’s opened a new location in West Dallas. The one on Illinios is still open, don’t worry.

Noble Rey brewery won’t be coming to Oak Cliff after all. The start-up brewery had leased a spot at 1400 E. Jefferson, which has been inaccessible because of construction on the Dallas Horseshoe. The brewery instead is opening in the design district.

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