Victory Park is a 75 acre masterplanned, mixed-use development in Downtown Dallas anchored by the American Airlines Center (home of the Dallas Mavericks and Stars), The House of Blues, Hard Rock Café, W Dallas Hotel and a new 44,000 SF Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas.
The Victory Park bar and restaurant scene is about to experience a dramatic change as we welcome new concepts, opening later this year, from some of Dallas’ top food and beverage operators.
In early 2018 expect to see three unique concepts by Rebees, led by Dallas entrepreneur Tristan Simon. These will include a modern Texas saloon, a retail emporium showcasing local artists and makers, and a creative workspace with a day-focused café.
The entire ground floor of the west Victory Plaza building will be completely transformed into a restaurant and entertainment concept by the groups responsible for HG Sply Co., Standard Service, Barcadia, Mudsmith, Beauty Bar and more. We are excited to welcome this concept by 8020 Hospitality, led by Elias Pope, in partnership with Brooke Humphries.
Humphries will also open a bar and tavern with a covered patio inside the parking garage on Victory Avenue. Wondering what a bar inside a parking garage looks like? We can’t wait for the big reveal!
Last but not least, This & That Concepts is scheduled to open a 4,232 SF restaurant and bar with a large second-floor dining terrace overlooking Victory Park Lane across from the W Dallas Victory Hotel. This & That Concepts operates other local favorites including High Fives, So & So’s and The Standard Pour.
Helping to evolve Victory Park into a more authentic, walkable and soulful urban neighborhood, owners Estein USA and Trademark commissioned California-based artist Nathan Mabry to install an eight-foot hand in the “V-sign” gesture. It is the first piece in a series of public art installations planned for Victory Park.
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