Recently Added Restaurants in Old East Dallas

Fiction Coffee

The new coffee shop that replaced Method Coffee has a more minimalist look, soft indie music, and a quiet crowd. Coffee is by NC roaster Counter Culture, which they’ll pull on the Slayer machine. (The Hologram makes a lovely, milk-chocolatey…

Joyce and Gigi’s

South American charm exudes from this mother-and-daughter team’s empanada trio and crisp chicken milanesa. Consistency is a minor issue here, but there’s definitely a lot of heart in the cooking.

Peak & Elm Cocina y Bar

The family behind La Popular Tamale House serves creative Mexican food to guests who love crispy tacos tapatios and a ceviche del mar with fresh sea bass, avocado, large pieces of shrimp, pico de gallo, and gluten-free chips.

Sakhuu

Chef-owner Kyla Phomsavanh’s stuffed chicken wings take a whole day to make, but they’re well worth his efforts. We still haven’t met a single person who hasn’t fallen in love with this appetizer of juicy chicken filled with pieces of…

La Victoria

The breakfast burritos here, stuffed with egg and your choice of meat, hit the spot.

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Hari Mari

2018 has been big for the Hari Mari team so far. Nordstrom took the brand nationwide this year, they have a new premium leather collaboration with Peter Millar that’s been picked up by Neiman Marcus (who we imagine are quick finicky when…

Benny Jack Antiques

Rich leather chairs and mounted deer heads surround the vintage “Man’s Shop” sign that hangs above the register, but Benny Hinkle’s variety of merch offers something nice for ladies and gents alike. Malachite obelisks and bright geodes stock the display…

Bows and Arrows

Brooklyn transplants Alicia and Adam Rico sell blooms by the stem, teach flower design workshops, and create floral masterpieces for weddings and other events. Alicia describes their floral aesthetic as “lush, feminine, textural, woodsy, and monochromatic.”

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Jimmy’s Food Store

We dig all the sandwiches that come from the open kitchen in the back of the store. Delicious Italian sausage, meatballs, and cheeses.

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