Recently Added Restaurants in Highland Village

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Torchy’s Tacos

This chain began in 2006 as a lowly food trailer in South Austin. The tacos are pricey ($3.25 to $4 each) but huge. Chips and dips are extra, but the green chile queso may be the best in town. Try…

Rockfish Seafood Grill

Crab cakes—try to stifle your yawn—have a good ratio of meat to bread crumbs and are a steal at about $8 for three good-size cakes. The seafood platter is fried perfection.

Grimaldi’s

Many make the claim of “New York-style pizza,” but few can back it up as authentically as this spot. Spawned from the original in Brooklyn, the pies here are topped with meat, meat, and more meat and cooked in an…

Blue Goose

Enormous platters of food, including rich sour cream enchiladas and steak and chicken fajitas, are always reliable.

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Recently Added Shops in Highland Village

Lucy Voss

Helmed by Michelle Voss, the boutique is a respite from its surrounding chain neighbors. Shop the locally designed Bella Rose necklaces with vintage talismans; racks of colorfully printed dresses for carpool, work, church, and date nights by Red 23, Custo…

Megan’s Lifestyle Boutique

We love making a stop at Megan’s whenever we wind up in Flower Mound. FM ladies can’t get enough of the ruffled tops, tie-dyed sundresses, drapy tanks, and jeans here. (We’re into the edgy cuffs and refurbished rosary necklaces.) Toddler…

Jack’s House Clothing Company

Jack’s recently relocated to new digs at The Shops at Highland Village, but the goodies inside have remained the same. The owner of the boutique, Rhonda (who looks every bit the part of a Dallas gal with blonde hair, extra…