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Savor at Klyde Warren Park leads record-breaking week of Dallas restaurant openings

Klyde Warren Park's Savor leads big week of Dallas restaurant openings

Tanoshii ramen
Tanoshii Ramen creates its noodles by hand each morning.  Photo courtesy of Tanoshii
Savor at Klyde Warren Park
Savor brings an established restaurant to Klyde Warren Park. Savor/Facebook
Urban Orchard Market
Downtown Dallasites can begin getting groceries at Urban Orchard Market on September 26.  Urban Orchard Market/Facebook
Central Standard
Central Standard has a New American cuisine and will also carry a stable of hand-crafted cocktails and wine.  Central Standard/Facebook
Tanoshii ramen
Savor at Klyde Warren Park
Urban Orchard Market
Central Standard

It’s a big week for foodies, as a handful of buzzy restaurants are set to open in Dallas including an official ramen shop and Klyde Warren Park’s new restaurant, Savor. Plus, downtowners and those in the Design District can look forward to a couple of new options to sate their appetites. And now, a chronological rundown.

Tuesday, September 24

Savor, Klyde Warren Park’s answer to established dining, opens for dinner and dinner only for the next few weeks as executive chef John Coleman, executive sous chef Joe Scigliano and the entire Savor team work to get the ball rolling.

If lunch is your desire, the food truck Relish opens its walk-up companion to Savor, serving burgers infused with house-made relish and a side truffle parmesan French fries.

Wednesday, September 25

Dallas finally gets a ramen shop thanks to Deep Ellum’s Tanoshii Ramen. The noodles are made in-house, the menu embraces vegan and there will be late night hot pots when the restaurant stays open to 3 am on Fridays and Saturdays. It’s dinner only right now, but owners Joey and Chi Le plan to have lunch hours in October. It's all part of Deep Ellum's foodie frenzy

Thursday, September 26

Downtown Dallas finally gets a grocery store with Urban Orchard Market’s grand opening from 5 to 10 pm. But the ambitious center also features the Bar None Café, as well as the previously open Urban Vineyards, a liquor store. The café will sell sushi, sandwiches, tacos and more. Truly one-stop shopping.

Friday, September 27

The Design District welcomes Central Standard to 1400 Hi Line for a Friday grand opening. The New American eatery features everything from elevated bar food such as roasted red pepper hummus, burgers, sandwiches and a 12-ounce center cut New York strip. The idea is to offer food from across the Central Time Zone. The space also features a bar focusing on hand-crafted cocktails and wine.