Comings and Goings


Corndog With No Name

Preston Center

The 6030 Luther Lane location is the second for the brand, which opened its first corndog-centric eatery at 10220 Technology Blvd. in January. The self-proclaimed purveyor of fine stick foods offers classic corndogs, an elk corndog, a turkey corndog, a corndog dipped in edible gold, and other varieties. What’s with that name? Co-owners Victoria “Jace” Fletcher Christensen and her mother, Victoria Fletcher, branched out after patriarch Neil “Skip” Fletcher died in 2017. According to the Dallas Morning News, they settled a trademark dispute last year with GG Fletcher, who oversees Fletcher’s Original State Fair Corny Dog.


Hot Chicks Nashville Hot Chicken 

5609 SMU Boulevard

The eatery coming in March to Twisted Root Burger’s former home will feature chicken tenders, Nashville chicken tacos, the grilled chicken Fit Chick with rice and coleslaw, and The Sandwich, a crispy chicken breast on a brioche bun with sauce, vinegar slaw, and pickles. The beverage menu includes such “boozy slushies” as spiked sweet tea, spiked lemonade, and spiked Big Red.

“We prepare the chicken dairy and peanut-free, and our chicken is halal,” said One Entertainment Group principal Sam Sameni. “In addition to the fresh chicken, we make all of our sauces, our pickles, our coleslaw.”


Highland Park Village

The New York-based fashion brand known for its whimsical and feminine designs, prints, and hues expects to open a Village location on March 1. Customers can expect to shop the full collection of flowy dresses, skirts, accessories, jewelry, and even the brand’s newer home collection of vintage-inspired bedding, table runners, bath towels, and more in the new boutique. 


Highland Park Village

The Swiss watch manufacturer intends to open a boutique operated by Bachendorf’s in early spring.

Natural Grocers

Preston Forest Village

After closing in January for upgrades, the grocery aims to reopen in mid-March with 40% more space, an updated store layout, a new nutrition education center, new single-line queue checkout, and expanded produce, meat, health and body care, and grab-and-go sections.

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