Perry’s For The New Menu That Left Us Speechless.
- Steven Doyle, Crave DFW

In 1979, the Perry family opened its first restaurant: a modest meat market in Southeast Houston called Perry’s Butcher Shop and Deli. By 1986, Chris Perry persuaded his father Bob to add dining tables, paving the way for an expansion … Continued

New nail salon with bar and cafe primps for Uptown Dallas debut
- Stephanie Allmon Merry, CultureMap

A new “clean beauty” nail salon with a few extra perks has booked an appointment with Uptown Dallas. Verbena Parlor + Social House — which quadruple-bills itself as a nail bar, salon, cafe, and event venue — will open November 23 at 2626 … Continued

Iconic Uptown Dallas restaurant Cafe Express closes after 20 years
- Teresa Gubbins, Culture Map

In news more shocking than the recent closure at Mockingbird Station, the iconic location of Cafe Express in Uptown Dallas has closed. A representative from the Houston-based concept confirmed that the restaurant was closed. Employees who were at the restaurant said they … Continued

CRE Snapshot: A Look At The Dallas Uptown Multifamily Market
- Kerry Curry, Bisnow

New properties in lease-up mode are pushing rents in the Uptown Dallas multifamily market into the stratosphere. These mostly high-rise properties — all but two have 20 or more floors — are leasing up a total of 2,471 units with … Continued

Want To Build a High-Rise On McKinney? It’ll Cost Ya
- Jon Anderson, Candy's Dirt

Even sitting on a beach chair in North Africa, I felt this. A few days ago (hey, I’m on vacation), a 53,000-square-foot McKinney Avenue parcel lifted its skirt to the market.  I phrase it that way because 2523 McKinney has an asking … Continued

Super-glam New York restaurant makes boffo Uptown Dallas debut
- Teresa Gubbins, CultureMap

A long-awaited restaurant with roots in New York’s most glamorous circles has finally opened its doors in Uptown Dallas. The restaurant is Circo Dallas — pronounced “CHEER-koh,” and not like sir-koh which the rest of us have been doing all this time … Continued

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