Wednesday, March 21, 2012 , Updated 11:13 a.m., May 17, 2012
UPDATED: Avner Samuel’s Snack will take over Horne & Dekker space on Henderson
Restaurant opens Tuesday May 22.
DALLAS Chef-restaurateur Avner Samuel and Jon Stevens, co-owners of Nosh Euro Bistro, have announced the identity of the new concept going into the old Horne & Dekker space: SNACK – Global Kitchen & Bar, slated to open in the spring.
The restaurant will have a main dining room plus three distinct bar areas:
- a cocktail bar
- a raw bar, charcuterie element, and hot small plates
- a bar in front of the restaurant's signature wood-burning oven, for flatbreads and other hot dishes "cooked in various vessels over the fire"
The three bars will take up 40 seats total, so it'll be limited seating; the main dining room will hold 80 seats, plus an additional 30 seats on the patio. (No more Shawn Horne Astro-turf out there, by the way -- sad face.)
In the release, Samuel describes the concept as featuring "small plates with recipes from around the globe. The cocktails, wine, and beer list will reflect and complement the globally influenced menu, while at the same time remaining at a low price per ticket average."
Posted on blackboards, the menu will feature ever-changing daily options from wide-ranging cuisines that include Thai, Indian, Middle Eastern, Mexican, and more.
UPDATE: Snack Global Kitchen & Bar is opening Tuesday May 22, and will serve Tuesday through Sunday for dinner, and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, according to a release. Some menu items are:
- short rib tacos with pineapple habanero and cilantro crema ($8)
- pork shumai dumplings ($9)
- chicken shawarmas with cucumber tahini and pickled onion ($8)
- smoked oysters escabeche served with wood oven toasted bread ($7)
Brunch items include a pan-fried egg sandwich with Serrano ham and avocado ($13); charcuterie flatbread with pan-fried egg, arugula, and herbs ($14); street tacos (a la carte); and coconut griddle cakes ($11).
See more stories in:
- Transit Bicycle Co. relocates to Lower Greenville
- Creepy rendering of Big Tex shows he's almost ready for the State Fair
- Photos: Dallas Heritage Village Charleston'd its way through history on Saturday
- First look: Read Contemporary shows obscure work by emerging Aboriginal artists
- Paleo-inspired restaurant HG Sply Co. opens May 21 on Lower Greenville