Tuesday, October 16, 2012
New restaurants Savor and Relish to open at Klyde Warren Park
At the helm is John Coleman, formerly of the Ritz.
DALLAS It's barely 10 days from the opening of Klyde Warren Park in Dallas, but organizers are already making plans for the future: In late 2012, the deck park will open Relish, a kiosk for outside diners that will start as a food truck. In mid-2013, an indoor/outdoor gastropub called Savor will open and become the park's main restaurant.
Chef John Coleman, formerly executive chef and director of food and beverage at the Ritz-Carlton, will lead Savor and Relish. They are his first solo projects. The DMN reports that Joe Scigliano, also from the Ritz, will be Savor's chef de cuisine.
Savor will have an indoor restaurant, a large outdoor patio, and a bar. The gastropub will cater to the "mid-range price point" like restaurants on Knox/Henderson and West Village do, according to the statement.
Relish will serve burgers with the ingredients mixed into the patty. And -- it says here -- there'll be cookies.
Coleman will also have catering for special events at the park.
“Klyde Warren Park is a special, totally unique location surrounded by green space and the Dallas Arts District,” Coleman said in a statement. “Food is social. We will have excellent food that draws people together to enjoy the experience. We are thrilled to be a part of this landmark project.”
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