DPatel304 wrote:La Tarte Tropézienne, 1604 Main St., Suite 110 (downtown). Planned to open in February.
https://www.dallasobserver.com/restaura ... s-11845918
Yet another addition to the Downtown area. I've never heard of the place, but it's pretty big that their first location outside of France ends up in Downtown.
Dude Sweet will only be open until March. I don't see the point of all that work for 3 months. Oh well. Wonder what's next.
Rotating pop ups are a good idea though. The space is small so it's not for everyone.
trueicon wrote:tamtagon wrote:ATT should host walk-in movies with the Time-Warner collection.
I do hope AT&T does something with its entertainment library. There are lots of potential projects would definitely put the discovery district on the map. A true Game of Thrones or West World themed saloon. A Sopranos italian restaurant. A Friends -- which AT&T now owns the rights to -- coffee shop. Etc.
The newbie is an Italian-American restaurant called Sfereco and it will open in the former Ramen & Bao space adjacent to the Statler. This is a brand new entity from Refined Hospitality Concepts, the company food & beverage entity from developer and Statler owner Mehrdad Moayedi.
Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge will go into the spot at the Statler currently occupied by Fine China. A release says that redoing Fine China had been in the works, and Primo’s was deemed the perfect fit "for the festive atmosphere at the Statler."
cowboyeagle05 wrote:Yeah being that and that they removed the pharmacy its customer base just kind of eroded. 7 ELeven took their convenience store business from the DART transit crowd. Add to that 1001 Ross retail has never really returned after its initial lease-up when it comes to the ground floor leasing spaces. Ross and Lamar in the West End area are pass through thoroughfares, not retail corridors.
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:cowboyeagle05 wrote:Yeah being that and that they removed the pharmacy its customer base just kind of eroded. 7 ELeven took their convenience store business from the DART transit crowd. Add to that 1001 Ross retail has never really returned after its initial lease-up when it comes to the ground floor leasing spaces. Ross and Lamar in the West End area are pass through thoroughfares, not retail corridors.
There's actually been an uptick in leases at 1001 Ross over the last year. Empanda CookHouse, Ifrateli pizza, Hair solutions, a popcorn place that somehow is in business. The locale is not a problem as there's lots of traffic from Businesses nearby. IMO the problem with CVS was that they took out the pharmacy and abandoned some store hours. Doesn't help they added more space to the store prior to that.
But traffic they certainly had otherwise they wouldn't have been in Business for
Over 7 yrs in that same spot.
mdg109 wrote:Yeah, I've noticed all the new retail there too this past year. I really hope they can make it through this quarantine (hopefully by end of May?). I wonder how the Indian restaurant is doing on the other end.
mdg109 wrote:Yes, awful name. The "We're Open" sign is for Which Which next door. They're still working on the interior. I was surprised this place was still moving forward.
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