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7 new restaurants at Toyota Music Factory finalize opening dates

7 new restaurants at Toyota Music Factory finalize opening dates

Grimaldi's Pizzeria
One of the seven new restaurants will serve pizza. Grimaldi's/Facebook

The openings continue at Toyota Music Factory, Irving's entertainment and music destination, with seven new restaurants now ready for liftoff.

Some of these we know about, but now we know their targeted opening dates, as follows:

Boi Na Braza, opening mid-January. Brazilian steak house specializes in meat cooked over an open flame. Many meats: 15 cuts of beef, chicken, pork, and lamb.

Yard House, opening late January. Gastropub claims to have the world's largest selection of draft beer, along with a modern American menu of over 100 items made from scratch daily, from salads to street tacos and grilled seafood, burgers, steaks, and ribs.

Top Round Roast Beef, opening early February. They do sandwiches with whole cut meats, and everything - from the meat, veggies, french fries, and sauces - is prepared in store.

Gloria's Latin Cuisine, opening early February. Menu at this popular North Texas staple combines Salvadorian with regional Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisines. Top items include margaritas, black bean dip, and enchiladas.

Grimaldi's Coal Brick-Oven Pizza, opening early February. Pizzeria with Brooklyn roots serves coal-fired brick oven pizzas, calzones, salads, and desserts.

Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, opening late February. With traditional and innovative Japanese cuisine, creative cocktails and contemporary interior design, Kabuki preaches that Japanese cuisine is the new comfort food.

Nosh and Bottle Market, opening late February. Market sells craft beer, wine, epicurean products, and gourmet prepared foods.

These seven new restaurants join Bar Louie, Thirsty Lion Gastro Pub, and Freshii, all of which opened in late 2017. There'll be 12 additional restaurants and entertainment venues opening at Toyota Music Factory in the coming months, including Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, an eight-screen movie theater.