New restaurant Remedy on Greenville Avenue serves a filet o' fish sandwich for $15.

New restaurant Remedy on Greenville Avenue serves a filet o' fish sandwich for $15.

Kevin Marple

If you’re the kind of person who likes to visit a restaurant while it’s still new, it’s a great time to be hungry in Dallas.

Here are five coming-soon or just opened restaurants, located in five Dallas neighborhoods, you might want to know about:

Dallas Grilled Cheese Co.: The partners behind this new shop say Oak Cliff is the perfect place for an all grilled cheese, all the time restaurant. “We love the neighborhood, the relaxed vibe. It’s funky, cool, and doesn’t take itself too seriously,” says partner Mack Simpson. “I mean, we’re doing grilled cheese, and if you’re taking yourself too seriously, you’re probably doing it wrong.” Menu items range from a straight-up grilled cheese on white bread to more inventive orders such as a grilled PB&J, with cream cheese mixed into the peanut butter; or The Dude, a sloppy joe of sorts grilled with white cheddar on sourdough. There are even dessert grilled cheeses, like the mascarpone/cinnamon sandwich on raisin bread, served with vanilla ice cream. The bar has more than a dozen local brews on tap, plus a menu of cocktails, red and white wine and bubbles.

Neighborhood: Oak Cliff

Opening date: Monday, Jan. 19 at 11 a.m.

Details: 310 W. 7th St., Dallas. Open Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight. dallasgrilledcheese.co.

Yolk: Business breakfasts and leisurely brunches are the main squeeze at new One Arts Plaza restaurant Yolk. Early birds will find frittatas, omelets, benedicts, scramblers, French toast and biscuits and gravy on the 60-item menu. Lunch is burgers, wraps and salads. Yolk will be one of the more casual restaurants in the Dallas Arts District. There are no alcoholic bevs available yet; that might be coming soon.

Neighborhood: Dallas Arts District

Opening date: Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 6 a.m.

Details: 1722 Routh St., Dallas. Open 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends. eatyolk.com.

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Fat Rabbit: This trendy tavern is located on a primo corner in Uptown. Smartly, there’s brunch on Saturdays and Sundays — that’s the biggest meal of the weekend in that part of town, after all. The menu from chef Kyle Kingrey includes grilled shishito peppers or bacon jam on grilled bread; build-your-own burgers and flatbreads. The $8 sliders could be tempting: chicken shawarma; pork belly; beef banh mi or falafel.

Neighborhood: Uptown

Opening date: open now

Details: 2533 McKinney Ave., Dallas. Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. fatrabbitdallas.com.

Despite its name, Rodeo Goat's burgers are not made with goat.

Despite its name, Rodeo Goat's burgers are not made with goat.

Rich Vana

Rodeo Goat: Popular Fort Worth burger joint Rodeo Goat has made its entrance in Dallas. Burgers have clever names, such as The Mike Rawlings: a beef, turkey or veggie patty with Irish whiskey cheddar, candied bacon, blackberry compote and mustard. Restaurateur Shannon Wynne (whose restaurants you surely know: Meddlesome MothFlying Fish(es),Flying Saucer(s)Lark on the ParkBird Cafe and the coming-soon Mudhen) says Rodeo Goat isn’t uppity.

Neighborhood: Design District

Opening date: open now

Details: 1926 Market Center Blvd., Dallas. Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. rodeogoat.com/dallas. 

Remedy: There was a two-hour wait for dinner on Saturday night, if that tells you anything about this new Lower Greenville restaurant. Chef Danyele McPherson, formerly of the Grape, is serving up deviled eggs or pimiento cheese as appetizers, shrimp and grits or pot pie for main courses. (And those are just a few of her many dishes designed to remind you of mom’s home cooking.) The bar also makes many of its own syrups and sodas, some of which are mixed into cocktails. The space is posh and dimly lit at night, which might not be what you think of when you’re desiring a simple sundae or slice of pie for dessert. It comes with the territory, though: The new Lower Greenville area is so hot right now.

Neighborhood: Lower Greenville

Opening date: open now

Details: 2010b Greenville Ave, Dallas. Open dinner only for now; lunch coming Jan. 21. remedydallas.com.

Did a new restaurant open in your neighborhood? Tell us about it in the comments!

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