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Victory Park Saloon Billy Can Can Debuts This Month

Dallas Eater Written by: Amy McCarthy Billy Can Can, a new bar and restaurant from restaurateur Tristan Simon, has finally announced plans to open in Victory Park. The self-described-”saloon,” in the works since early 2017, is set to arrive at the end of June at 2386 Victory Park Lane, according to GuideLive. It’s the first of many planned new eateries for Victory Park, which has struggled for years to... read more

Luxury Outdoor Mixed-use District in The Woodlands To Undergo Renovations

Houston Business Journal Written by: Jen Para Yet another luxury mall in the greater Houston area is getting a makeover. Starting at the end of June, Fort Worth-based Trademark Property Co.’s Market Street The Woodlands will undergo renovations to improve its aesthetic and infrastructure, according to a recent press release. Investment costs were not disclosed. Market Street will remain open throughout the... read more

Bartaco’s First Texas Location Is Open

Dallas Eater Written by: Adele Chapin If sesame ribeye tacos with kimchi or roasted duck quesadillas with tomatillo sauce sound like a great meal, plan a trip to Fort Worth’s new Bartaco. The street-food-focused chain just opened its first Texas location, opting for Fort Worth’s WestBend along the Trinity River. Bartaco’s entrees are under the $10 mark, with tacos ringing in at $2.50 and $3.50 and sides... read more

Rice Village Announces New Retailers Following Renovations

Houston Business Journal Written by: Jen Para After the recent opening of Shake Shack’s latest Houston location and the reopening of Starbucks, Rice Village has announced several upcoming tenants that will open in 2018 and 2019. The 296,000-square-foot retail development will soon house gourmet popsicle shop Steel City Pops, salon Drybar and restaurant and wine bar Sixty Vines, according to a press release.... read more

Restaurant Power Couple to Bring a Cool New Asian Restaurant to Dallas’ Reborn Neighborhood

It's Another Foodie Victory Paper City Magazine Written by: Natalie Gempel Culinary power couple Kent and Tracy Rathbun have some exciting news for Dallas diners. The duo is set to open Imōto, a new Pan-Asian restaurant and bar, in Victory Park on June 7. The project marks Kent’s return to the Dallas restaurant scene after leaving his beloved restaurant Abacus in 2016, and becoming involved in a legal... read more

Galleria Dallas Isn’t Waiting Around for Valley View Owners to Get Moving

Dallas Morning News Written by: Maria Halkias Investors who own Galleria Dallas want to jump-start development in the North Dallas commercial district and are starting out with a new property manager for the shopping center. Fort Worth-based Trademark Property Co. is replacing Simon Property Group, the nation's largest shopping center developer, which has operated the Galleria for investors UBS AM since... read more

La Palmera Hosts Local Prom in Wake of Hurricane Harvey

KRISTV By: Ashley Portillo Eight months ago, their town and school suffered significant damage from Hurricane Harvey. However on Saturday evening, the students of Rockport-Fulton High School enjoyed their 2018 prom. After Harvey damaged the High School's cafeteria and gym, the school didn't have the room to host this year's prom. Thankfully La Palmera stepped up, offering their Center Court. It... read more

Local Artists Featured in Downtown Napa ‘Artist Alley’

Napa Valley Register Written by: Maria Sestito For the next few months, instead of empty shop windows, visitors strolling through the First Street Napa complex will see large art installations by local artists. Much of the large retail complex that surrounds Charlie Palmer Steak and the Archer Hotel on the 1200 block of First Street has been sitting empty while tenants and their design plans are... read more

Dallas Entrepreneurs Compete Shark Tank-Style For Pop-Up at Victory Park

CultureMap Dallas Written  by: Munira Syeda A Houston company is coming to Dallas with an event that aims to help women entrepreneurs. The company is called NextSeed, and they'll host a pitch competition and pop-up shop at Victory Plaza on May 12. Local female-owned businesses can pitch their ideas, Shark Tank-style, to a panel of successful businesswomen in front of a live audience. The winner gets a... read more

True Food Kitchen’s Second Houston-Area Outpost Opens Next Month

The healthy eatery is headed to The Woodlands Houston Eater Written by: Amy McCarthy True Food Kitchen has announced that it will open a second Houston-area restaurant next month. The health food-obsessed eatery, co-founded by nutritional guru Dr. Andrew Weil will set up shop at 9595 Six Pines Drive in The Woodlands, according to a press release. True Food Kitchen will occupy 7.300 square feet of space, along... read more

First Street Napa’s Flagship Restaurant Receives National Acclaim

Check Out The Sweeping Views From Napa’s Only Rooftop Bar San Francisco Chronicle Written by: Justin Phillips Photography Credit: Bob McLenahan Photography Five floors above First Street in downtown Napa, atop the newly opened 183-room, 39-balcony Archer Hotel, resides Charlie Palmer’s Sky & Vine Rooftop Bar. The trendy destination is in its final design phase before opening next week. As far... read more

Perkins Rowe To Undergo Multi-Million Dollar Redevelopment

Business Report: Greater Baton Rouge Written by: Staff The owners of Perkins Rowe are moving ahead with already-announced plans to upgrade the nearly 11-year-old retail and lifestyle center, announcing today they will soon kick off a multi-million dollar plan to bring more dining options and public amenities to the mixed-use development. A new building will be constructed at Magnolia Park—on the east side of... read more