Two new Bishop Arts restaurants now open

Taco y Vino

The Bishop Eats District just got a lot richer.

Two highly anticipated new restaurants opened this week.

The owners of Lucia opened Macellaio at the corner of Bishop and Melba Tuesday. The restaurant focuses on house-made salumi and cocktails.

Macellaio

You can make a reservation or grab an available seat on the patio or at the bar.

Taco y Vino, the restaurant from wine professional Jimmy Contreras of Oak Cliff and chef Sharon Van Meter, opened this week in a renovated house on West Eighth near Zang.

DJ EZ Eddie D announced a “classic hip-hop brunch” at Taco y Vino, every Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

By |2018-06-06T10:15:33-05:00June 6th, 2018|News, Restaurants|Comments Off on Two new Bishop Arts restaurants now open

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