Comings and Goings


Teak Tearoom

Highland Park Village

The lunch spot within the Conservatory on Two, a retail concept by Brian Bolke, serves up a mix of such classics as the tuna melt and chicken tortilla soup plus new favorites like the roast chicken tartine and the Brian Bowl chopped salad. 

Wulf Burger

Mockingbird Station

The burger joint known for locally-sourced ingredients and distinct red hamburger buns created using a natural beet extract recently opened a second North Texas location near Rush Bowls. 

Teak Tearoom 
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Heim BBQ

3130 W. Mockingbird Lane

Barbecue fans, rejoice! The popular eatery’s location near Love Field reopened after repairs necessitated by a fire in November. 


360 Brunch House

Mockingbird Station

As one might expect from a brunch menu,  the eatery, which opened its first location in Mansfield, offers plenty of omelets, skillets, benedicts, avocado toast, and more.

Hack Shack

Mockingbird Station

The indoor golf simulator bar coming to the shopping center will showcase 10 indoor hitting bays, golf-themed cocktails and bites, and three private suites for events or golf lessons. 

Hydrate IV Bar

Mockingbird Station

The collection of spas coming in May provides registered nurse-administered services, ranging from IV Therapy, NAD+ IV Therapy, and injections.

Sandbox VR

Mockingbird Station

The Hong Kong and Silicon Valley-based company, founded by CEO Steve Zhao, created technology to make participants feel like they’re in an action movie. The store will offer immersive virtual reality experiences for groups of up to six participants.


Mockingbird Station

A Japanese eatery with specialty sushi, fresh seafood, happy hour, and more is coming to a corner of the shopping center near Urban Taco.                            


Mockingbird Station

The wellness concept offers customized one-on-one or group assisted-stretch sessions. The concept combines the Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) approach with dynamic and static stretching to increase range of motion.

-Compiled by Rachel Snyder and Greg Nielsen

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Rachel Snyder

Rachel Snyder, former deputy editor at People Newspapers, joined the staff in 2019, returning to her native Dallas-Fort Worth after starting her career at community newspapers in Oklahoma. One of her stories won first place in its category in the Oklahoma Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest in 2018. She’s a fan of puns and community journalism, not necessarily in that order.

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