The other shoe finally drops at Tim Headington's dining constellation in Dallas' Design District with the opening of Go Go, an airy takeout spot in the Decorative Center at the corner of Oak Lawn Avenue and Hi Line Drive.
Go Go joins Wheelhouse, a gastropub, and Sassetta, an Italian restaurant, both owned by Headington, who also owns the Joule Dallas hotel and The Commissary, a new spot in downtown Dallas. This is Headington's world — we just live in it.
Designed with speed in mind, Go Go makes it easier to get take-out from its siblings Wheelhouse, Sassetta, and The Commisssary.
According to a release, the food lineup includes pre-packaged salads and sandwiches in a refrigerated area as well as freezer case stocked with lasagna, meatballs, and spicy tomato sauce from The Commissary.
Gelato, by the scoop or in pints to-go, comes in classic flavors alongside seasonal offerings, such as Sicilian pistachio, salted caramel, and saffron rose.
There's also a daily assortment of pastries, breakfast tacos, granola and yogurt, roasted pear oatmeal, and avocado toast from Sassetta; espresso drinks with Counter Culture Coffee; and Dude, Sweet Chocolate.
True to Headington form, the place is super-styley, with a long marble high-top counter lining the front windows; a few barstools for those who want to eat-in; graphic tiles; and a mirrored menu.
Go Go also offers catering for large parties and corporate events with complimentary delivery, executed in a bright green Prius.
Headington Companies' Brian Zenner and Michael Sindoni lead the culinary teams and menu creation for all three Design District concepts.
It's open 7 am-10 pm daily, and for to-go orders, features 10-minute designated "Go Go" parking spots.