4600 McKinney Ave.
About four months after closing its Highland Park Village location in January, the clothing brand opened in the former home of Z Gallerie.
Douglas Bar and Grill
The full-service barbecue restaurant opened next to CVS in May serving up what pitmaster/owner Doug Pickering calls “elevated Texas cuisine” and barbecue staples like brisket, ribs, and sausage, plus salad options, burgers, and more.
3232 McKinney Ave.
The beloved Tex-Mex chain recently returned to Uptown with its newest location in the former home of Del Frisco’s Grille. The Uptown location features patios, an upstairs bar, and a custom-made design.
Anchor Bar and Grill
Knox Street and Preston-Royal
In 2023, the new seafood-focused restaurant and raw bar concept from Vandelay Hospitality Group, which operates East Hampton Sandwich Co., Hudson House, Drake’s Hollywood, Lucky’s Chicken, and D.L. Mack’s, is expected to begin serving up oysters, sushi, martinis, and more at two locations — one on Knox Street and a second at Preston Road and Royal Lane.
3300 Knox St.
The neighborhood grocery formerly known as Royal Blue Grocery plans to expand its footprint in Dallas with a new location in the former Into the Garden space on Knox Street later this year. The new location will include a coffee shop, groceries ranging from gourmet to local to conventional, prepared foods, and a wine department and bar.
11828 Inwood Road
The Fort Worth-based pizza chain of more than 50 years is opening a Dallas location this spring in the Forestwood Shopping Center.