Tiny Victories is now open in Oak Cliff: This & That Co., the team behind High Fives, The Whippersnapper, and Ferris Wheelers, opened Tiny Victories at 602 N. Tyler St. in Oak Cliff on Tuesday. The neighborhood bar is headed by Ryan Payne, who has been bartending in Dallas for 15 years at places like the Porch, the Dram, Americano, and Victor Tangos. The 1,000-square-foot bar is intimate and only seats 40 people. There is also a patio. Take a look at the menu below:
Chef Tracy Miller hosts Lord Sandwich dinner at Local: This Deep Ellum restaurant is celebrating 15 years of business throughout the month of February. On Thursday, February 22, chef Tracy Miller is hosting a dinner featuring Smith Story Wine Cellars. The dinner costs $95 and $15 from each seat sold benefits Doodle Rock Rescue (golden doodle rescue). So, go. Eat some food. And help some dogs.
3Eleven now open in the West End: This new, American fare restaurant (not to be mistaken with the ’90s American rock band from Omaha, Nebraska) is now open. According to the release:
“3Eleven’s menu is curated by executive chef John Moore and features scratch, farm-to-market fare for lunch and dinner. Patrons can begin with a variety of community-inspired plates including Quinoa and Hummus Fritters, Deviled Eggs, Truffle Cheese Fries, Carpaccio Bites and Poke Cups. Dinner specialties include flatbreads made with a selection of local vegetables and meats, salads, and an array of entrees like Chef’s Fresh Catch and Steak and Frites, complete with a 16-ounce ribeye and fingerling potatoes paired with a cognac and peppercorn cream sauce. An exclusive Chef’s Corner is also available on the dinner menu, featuring a Sweet Potato Gnocchi with wild mushroom, sage and parmesan cream sauce and a Sous Vide 30 Spiced Half Chicken paired with charred creamed corn, jalapeño and brussels sprouts.”
3Eleven is located at…wait for it…311 N. Market Street, Ste. 100.