Pastrami pork ribs with kimchi slaw and mustard photographed at Wheelhouse in Dallas

Pastrami pork ribs with kimchi slaw and mustard photographed at Wheelhouse in Dallas

Rose Baca/Staff Photographer

The Design District in Dallas is home to Town Hearth, the Meddlesome Moth, FT33, Peticolas Brewing Co.Ascension Coffee and the Slow Bone. And that's just naming a few. Soon, Headington, the company that re-developed the Joule hotel in downtown Dallas, will open more Design District restaurants in one of the city's hottest food'n'drink neighborhoods.

Wheelhouse is the first open. A press release describes Wheelhouse as a "modern American gastropub" and will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. It will have "guillotine-style windows," which sound more fatal than they hopefully are. Diners inside Wheelhouse can look at Moving Figure, a sculpture made by artist Daniel Arsham that sits nearby.

Wheelhouse

The other two restaurants are Sassetta, a pizza place designed with "a subtle nod to Harry's Bar in Venice"; and Go Go, a coffee shop with sandwiches and other bites. 

Sassetta is expected to open in April; Go Go does not have an opening date set yet.

The restaurants will be located in the Decorative Center at 1617 Hi Line Drive, Dallas.

Look inside Wheelhouse, the new gastropub now open in Dallas:

Here's Wheelhouse's menu:

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