The food and beverage renaissance at Victory Park continues, now with three new concepts added to the mix: a ramen spot, a bakery, and a liquor store, all brand new to Dallas.
Victory Park is undergoing a redevelopment led by retail partner Trademark Property Co. and owner Estein USA with new retail and enhancements to make the space more energetic, walkable, and soulful.
Jinya Ramen Bar will occupy a 3,000-square-foot space at 625 High Market Rd. where it will serve more than 10 signature ramens with 20-plus toppings in vegetarian, chicken, or pork/tonkatsu broth. The menu will also include rice and curry bowls and a variety of Japanese-inspired small plates.
It'll keep long hours: 11 am-midnight Sunday–Thursday and 11-2 am Friday–Saturday. It's slated to open in the winter.
Sift + Pour is a new bakery doing sweets with a twist, like mini cupcakes, cake pops, brownies, macarons, and made-to-order sweet or savory crepes. It'll also have espresso, tea, wine, and beer. Sift + Pour Bakery will open at 2401 Victory Park Ln. in late 2018.
Biagio Wine & Spirts will sell wine and liquor at 2404 Victory Ln. It'll be open Monday–Saturday 10 am-9 pm and is opening in the fall.
Openings so far include Imoto, the Asian kitchen and bar from Tracy & Kent Rathbun; Billy Can Can, the saloon from Tristan Simon's Rebees; candy emporium It'Sugar; and Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas-Victory Park.
Still to come: Mesero, Burgundy Swine wine bar, a restaurant by This & That Concepts (the team behind High Fives and The Standard Pour); a bar by Brooke Humphries (also known for Barcadia, Beauty Bar, and Pints & Quarts); frozen treats from Popbar; a 24,000-square-foot restaurant and entertainment concept in Victory Plaza by Humphries and Elias Pope’s 8020 Hospitality (the team behind HG Sply Co.); and a creative workspace with a day-focused café by Rebees.