A second branch of healthy restaurant Green House Market will open in Uptown in late fall, at the luxury Rosewood Court office building.
Green House Market’s modern farm-to-table concept will feature locally sourced proteins and produce. It'll be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Chef Ben Hutchison will oversee a set daily menu with rotating sides. Dishes include Rosewood beef, seasonal salads, signature brown rice bowls, soups, and other staples.
The Market will also serve Stumptown coffee, juices, and freshly baked desserts by pastry chef Carlos Torres. The space will include a bar with craft beer, cocktails, and wine.
Rosewood Property president Bill Flaherty says in a release that customers and visitors wanted a healthy eatery.
"Green House Market’s modern approach is a great fit to meet this demand," he says. "We know [it] will be one of the best dining options in Uptown and downtown Dallas."
Michael Siegel, owner of Green House Market, says they're excited to be in Uptown, calling it a "fantastic opportunity to expand Green House Market’s menu, pastry and beverage program."
Green House Market will take over the old Paradise Bakery space, which will close at the end of the month. Decor will be modern and sleek, with an art program featuring works by local and international artists.
You may recall that Green House Market is a spinoff from the team behind Green House Truck, Dallas' first food truck, which launched in 2009. The concept focuses on healthy, gourmet cuisine in a casual dining atmosphere. There's also a location in NorthPark Center, near the AMC theater, making it very convenient for before- and after-movie dining, and a traveling electric food cart, Green House Market A La Cart.