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First-in-Texas craft beer bar and restaurant slides into Preston Hollow Village

First-in-Texas craft beer bar slides into Preston Hollow Village

Sausage on a stick at Blatt
Blatt Beer & Table does housemade sausages on sticks. Photo courtesy of Blatt
Pork sandwich and beer at Blatt Beer & Table
Blatt Beer & Table also loves craft beer and pork. Photo courtesy of Blatt Beer & Table
Sausage on a stick at Blatt
Pork sandwich and beer at Blatt Beer & Table

Another restaurant has selected Dallas as its first-outside-the-home-state location. Blatt Beer & Table, from the Omaha, Nebraska-based Flagship Restaurant Group, will open at Preston Hollow Village this spring.

It’s the first Blatt outside of Omaha and the fourth overall. Flagship also owns Blue Sushi Sake Grill, which has a spot at Preston Hollow Village.

Blatt is a craft beer bar and restaurant with “elevated beer hall fare” such as housemade sausages, burgers, and chicken and waffles. Vegetarians and vegans have been considered, with dishes such as falafel sliders and vegan currywurst; the menu also has other vegan and gluten-free options. Trendy!

Beer selection includes craft and local beers — 30-plus on tap and another 40 to 50 in bottles. 

If you’re wondering about the name (we did), it’s a nod to Omaha’s Rosenblatt Stadium (now TD Ameritrade Park), original home of the College World Series. The first Blatt Beer & Table is located right across the street.

“Many of the fans who attend the College World Series each year hail from Texas, and Blatt has become a must-do while in Omaha for the event,” says Flagship Restaurant Group COO Anthony Hitchcock in a release. “That said, we feel Dallas is perfect for our next Blatt location.”

That release also promises Blatt’s is a “non-sports bar” sports bar. Translation: lots of TVs but not so sporty that it’s just a bunch of dudes in baseball caps yelling at the game. Regular people should enjoy eating and drinking there too.