Restaurant roundup: Off Site Kitchen, Outpost, Stock & Barrel, Chino Chinatown

Site of the planned Off Site Kitchen at Trinity Groves

Site of the planned Off Site Kitchen at Trinity Groves

Construction has started on the new Off Site Kitchen at Trinity Groves. The restaurant from Neighborhood Services owner and Kessler Park resident Nick Badovinus is expected to open this year.

Outpost American Tavern has closed, but its owners say they’re negotiating with a buyer.

Crave DFW offers this first look at Stock & Barrel.

Dallas Morning News food critic Leslie Brenner gave Chino Chinatown a one-star review.

In case you missed it: Bolsa Mercado now has organic house-made ice cream.

By |2014-06-09T12:08:10-05:00June 9th, 2014|Dining, News, Restaurants|1 Comment

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  1. lakewoodhobo June 9, 2014 at 10:06 AM

    I assume this new Off-Site Kitchen will have better hours than the one on Irving Blvd? Would be lame to have this new restaurant close at 3:30 every day.

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