Dallas yoga newcomer highlights latest batch of CityLine Market occupants
Three more slots have been filled at CityLine Market, the cornerstone of the greater CityLine mixed-use complex coming soon to Richardson: Fish City Grill, Hollywood Feed and a new yoga studio called Reef Point.
The first two are Dallas veterans. Fish City Grill, which currently has seven locations in the area, is a casual seafood restaurant offering the usual suspects (gumbo, fried seafood platter, po’boys), plus a list of fresh fish chalkboard selections. Memphis-born Hollywood Feed carries natural and holistic pet products, and the CityLine store will be its 15th in DFW.
Newcomer Reef Point Yoga offers a contemporary approach to the practice by focusing on three foundations of experiential learning — visual, auditory and kinesthetic — for “an integrated wellness experience of art in yoga through sight, sound, body and mind.”
Founder Kathi Ehring explains that Reef Point intends to activate as many senses as possible by providing stimulating art, live music and creative lighting, which will change continually. She says that art departments at local high schools and colleges have agreed to partner with Reef Point to lend that “art gallery feel.”
Classes in yoga, meditation and nutrition will be taught by instructors from across the country. The goal: to nurture all aspects of mind and body.
These three join the previously announced Taco Diner, Modmarket, Pei Wei, Smashburger and Luna Grill; the latter is a relatively new-to-Dallas chain from San Diego. CityLine Market is scheduled to open in the spring of 2016.
CityLine Market, anchored by Whole Foods, sits at the entrance of CityLine, which includes offices, an Aloft hotel, Look Cinemas and nearly 4,000 new residential units. It’s located near the George Bush Turnpike and Central Expressway, within walking distance of the George Bush DART light rail stop.
Other restaurants signed on for CityLine include Jasper’s, from chef Kent Rathbun; Top Pot Doughnuts, the Seattle-based chain; Tom+Chee, a grilled cheese restaurant; and pizza chain Coal Vines.
In a release, Regency Centers senior leasing agent said CityLine construction crews are “on schedule” and they “hope to have several restaurants open before the end of 2015.”