Restaurant talk: Cheese, sushi, Elvis

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Today is the day, cheese lovers. Dallas Grilled Cheese Co. is open from 11 a.m.-10 p.m., and their menu is online.

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Sushi Bayashi is expected to open around the first of February at Trinity Groves. The restaurant from chef/owner Yuki Hirabayashi, a former executive chef at Kenichi, will be “introducing a Japanese ‘every-day casual’ sushi bar,” according to the Trinity Groves newsletter.

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Elvises at El Ranchito: Photo by Brandy Barham

There are only two more Elvis Wednesdays to go this month at El Ranchito. Pablo and Juan “Elvizz” perform this week, Jan. 21. And the last Elvis impersonator contest is Jan. 28. Tickets cost $5 for the 7:30 p.m. shows, and reservations are needed.

By |2015-01-19T07:43:10-05:00January 19th, 2015|Business, Dining, Restaurants|Comments Off on Restaurant talk: Cheese, sushi, Elvis

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