Posted by: Hewitt & Habgood Realty Group | January 4, 2017

Deep Ellum Booming With Four New Restaurants Announced

deep-ellumAs Deep Ellum continues to become the Restaurant Row of Dallas, it continues to attract attention. Four new restaurants/bars have been announced for the area with restoration projects planned for each. The vintage buildings these restaurants will take over are found on Malcolm X Boulevard between Main and Elm streets.

The Table – 2826 Elm Street

This will be a spin-off of a Flower Mount restaurant. The building The Table will take over used to be occupied by a number of bars with the numbers “2826” in their name, such as Club 2826 and 2826 Arnetic.

The Table will provide a rustic setting with refined American cuisine. It will also provide many pre-Prohibition cocktails, along with other craft cocktails from the bar.

Baker and Company – 2820 Elm Street

This new bar and restaurant will take over the space where Viper Lounge and Swallow Lounge used to be. It will be a small plate restaurant featuring jazz music and a 1920’s theme. Baker and Company will open in February of 2017.

Hide Bar – 2816 Elm Street

hide-barHide Bar will go into a historic space that used to be called Ravach Arts. It will provide a unique type of place with cutting-edge offerings. Clean cocktails, centrifuges, vaporizers and plenty of other unique offerings are in store at Hide Bar. They will also serve sandwiches, salads and small plates.

Harlowe MXM – 2823 Main Street

A newer concept coming from the Bread Winners folks will take over the old Catalina Cycle spot. This bar/restaurant will include a rooftop, two patios and more. The atmosphere will be unique and a big brunch is expected here.

All of these restaurants will provide a newly renovated space in older buildings. Westdale Properties has invested millions to restore these buildings and make them suitable for the new restaurants/bars to take over. The remodel also includes a corridor into the 2618 Elm Street space to connect Elm and Main Streets.

Deep Ellum received $1.6 million in TIF funding from the city to add to the restaurants growth. Along with these four new spots, residents can expect upgrades to utilities, public space, pedestrian access and beautification throughout the neighborhood in 2017.

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