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.
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.