Restaurant roundup: Must-try hibiscus tea, Eno’s expands, cake by-the-slice, coffee on Kiest


Eno’s Pizza Tavern is expanding again. Eno’s, which opened in the Bishop Arts District in 2008, will open a new location at the Sound at Cypress Waters in Coppell. Eno’s also opened shop in Forney last year.

A new bakery called Crumb and Kettle is going in at Tyler Station. They’ll offer wedding cakes, cake by the slice, coffee and tea.

Peaberry Coffee is a startup planned for Hampton and Kiest. Looks like they’re planning to open in the fall but waiting on plumbing work.

Our new favorite alcohol-free treat is the hibiscus tea from Recipe Oak Cliff, the vegan juice bar and restaurant on Ewing Avenue. Owner Tisha Crear adds ginger juice for next-level refreshment. While we were there Wednesday, her mailman stopped in and testified that since drinking the tea every day, his blood pressure has gone down. Besides juice and smoothies, Recipe offers an all-vegan menu with no soy, and much of it is raw. Everything on the menu is under $10.

Hibiscus tea ($3) and smoothies ($4-$7), fruit nut chick salad ($9), jackfruit barbecue plate ($10) from Recipe Oak Cliff

By |2019-06-17T10:56:20-05:00October 4th, 2018|News, Restaurants|1 Comment

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