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What areas of Dallas are booming?
By Nancy Nichols |

Wednesday night I headed over to Mercy Wine Bar in Village on the Parkway. I couldn’t find a place to park. The whole center was jammed with people eating and drinking or strolling around like they do in big cities. It was only 6:00pm and it took me about three trips around the lot before I spied someone headed to their car.

If you listened to the podcast I taped on Monday night, you know this is not the case all over town. My panel of experts—Lucian LaBarba, Shannon Wynne, David Denney—told the audience that many pockets of Dallas are over saturated with restaurants. Have you noticed an area where high dollar restaurants are less than half seated? Or have you, like me, had a hard time finding a place to park?

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