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New restaurant, Dallas Grilled Cheese Co., coming to Bishop Arts

grilled-cheese-sandwichA new restaurant is coming to the Bishop Arts District space vacated by the Book Doctor in January.

Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. could open at 310 W. Seventh by the end of the year with a menu focused on cheese and bread.

“Everybody’s got a memory of grilled cheese,” says Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. partner Mack Simpson.

Expected offerings include American cheese on Texas toast, “with a PBR,” says Simpson, or brie with pears and walnuts on French baguette, for example.

“Grilled cheese is such a blank slate,” Simpson says.

Simpson and partners Diana Ezzell and Glen Shank are still working out the menu. The space is under construction and awaiting permits. They’ve hired Stash Dallas, whose work can be seen in restaurants including Oddfellows and Chicken Scratch, to finish out the interior.

By |2014-09-29T08:55:12-05:00September 29th, 2014|Bishop Arts District, Dining|7 Comments

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7 Comments

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  3. […] Dallas Grilled Cheese Co.: Cheese and bread lovers rejoice, a brand new restaurant is opening in Bishop Arts by the end of 2014. The Oak Cliff Advocate reports “expected offerings include American cheese on Texas toast or brie with pears and walnuts on French baguette.” […]

  4. Bill September 30, 2014 at 11:34 AM

    With Mac and Cheese on the side…

  5. Renee September 30, 2014 at 9:23 AM

    $10 Grilled Cheese anyone?

  6. Kae Rich September 29, 2014 at 6:44 PM

    Finally!!

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