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Khao Noodle Shop

Hand-made noodles served in a casual, BYOB environment.

Nori Handroll Bar

At this dark, hip spot in Deep Ellum, a long, narrow room with a 24-seat counter is where you order handrolls, warm sushi rice and a tartare of seafood rolled into a cylinder of crisp nori. Fluffy red crab has…

Izkina

Named for the Spanish Basque word for “corner,” Izkina brings together tapas and a foraging-preserving aesthetic in Deep Ellum. Small bites include an unctuous Spanish tortilla of farm eggs and a rebooted pan con tomato. Fish and fermented-potato croquettes, gorgeous…

Petra and the Beast

Chef Misti Norris is the mastermind fashioning koji-cured charcuterie in a converted vintage gas station with a distinctive sense of poetry. BYOB with communal tables and plastic cutlery, Petra offers handmade pastas and exquisite, edgy cured meats. Norris turns foraging…

Purepecha Room by Revolver Taco Lounge

It seems like somebody’s dream, the intimate Purépecha room in the back of Regino Rojas’ taqueria, its name evoking a tribe indigenous to his native Michoacán. Gilt-edged plates and white roses take you back in time—to somewhere outside of time,…

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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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