David Chang’s traveling chicken concept returns to Dallas and your favorite dive bar tries something new.
By Rachel Colman
After perfecting the ambiance and menus at The Charles, Bar Charles, and Sister, they’re busy churning out three new restaurants and a micro hotel.
During the pandemic, our city’s top spots doubled down on the destination bathroom, where every carefully curated inch is an extension of the aesthetic, and full immersion is the goal. Here are our maximalist favorites, old and new.
The roving Japanese sando peddler will bring a five-course tasting menu—paired with barman Gabe Sanchez’s cocktails—for a duo of dinners this February.
Norris will preview Rainbowcat—porchetta “McMuffin”! Unicorn dogs! Cheffed-up bar snacks!—her more playful, yet still wildly inventive, concept of easy-going comfort food.
Dine inside a snow globe, sip boozy cocoa from a Santa mug—the Christmas pop-ups are here and cheery as all get out.
Tribal All Day Cafe spins off a seasonal, produce-driven sister restaurant.