Dallas' Foodie Neighborhood
Boulevardier sibling Rapscallion to bring Southern food to bustling Greenville Avenue
Dallas' Greenville Avenue continues to assert itself as the most surprising foodie neighborhood in Dallas, as another new restaurant from well-respected operators joins the parade: Rapscallion will be a new bistro from the team behind Boulevardier, to be located in the space between Trader Joe's and The Libertine.
According to co-owner Brooks Anderson, Rapscallion will take a neighborhood-friendly approach and will feature a "modern Southern" menu centered around the culinary stylings of chef/co-owner Nathan Tate.
Tate, who grew up on a still-operating farm in Rockwall, will employ a custom J&R wood grill and custom wood-fired rotisserie.
Boulevardier bar manager Eddie Eakin will create a custom menu of spirits and cocktails featuring an eclectic selection of whisky, tequila and mezcal. The wine list will be composed by Anderson and his brother Bradley Anderson, with whom he co-owns Veritas Wine Room and Boulevardier, along with Tate.
According to Anderson, Rapscallion is slated to open in the first half of 2015.