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Seven new restaurants to open at Toyota Music Factory

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Restaurants to open through February

Irving’s Toyota Music Factory announced Thursday, Jan. 11, the opening of seven new restaurants.

The new restaurants join Bar Louie, Thirsty Lion Gastro Pub and Freshii, which opened in late 2017. In addition to the new seven, 12 additional restaurants and entertainment venues are coming to the Toyota Music Factory “in the coming months,” according to a news release, including an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

“The mother lode of restaurants has landed and is ready for opening at the Toyota Music Factory! Seven fantastic new venues will open their doors in the next 45 days, adding to our all-star lineup of dining and entertainment at the Toyota Music Factory,” Noah Lazes, president of ARK Group, said in the release. “Each new opening adds to the diverse top-notch dining and entertainment options furthering our goal of true diversification at the Toyota Music Factory. No matter what type of food or entertainment you like, we have something for you!”

The release detailed the coming eateries:

— Boi Na Braza, set to open mid-January: A Brazilian steakhouse, Boi Na Braza preserves a unique way of cooking meat over an open flame including 15 different cuts of beef, chicken, pork and lamb

— Yard House, set to open late January: Boasting the world’s largest selection of draft beer, Yard House is a modern American eatery featuring a menu of over 100 items made from scratch daily, including salads, street tacos, grilled seafood, burgers, steaks, ribs, and more

— Top Round Roast Beef, set to open early February: Founded by chefs and fine dining fanatics, Top Round serves freshly crafted sandwiches and whole cut meats with everything from the meat, veggies, french fries and sauces prepared in store

— Gloria’s Latin Cuisine, set to open early February: A North Texas staple, Gloria’s blends native Salvadorian cuisines with regional Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites. Top menu items include their signature margaritas, black bean dip and enchiladas

— Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizza, set to open early February: With Brooklyn roots, Grimaldi’s serves award-winning, hand-tossed, coal-fired brick oven pizzas, calzones, classic salads and desserts

— Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, set to open late February: Kabuki showcases traditional and innovative Japanese cuisine, creative cocktails and contemporary interior design.

— Nosh and Bottle Market, set to open late February: With an extensive retail selection, including craft beer and wine, epicurean products and gourmet prepared foods, Nosh & Bottle Market provides local convenience with a fresh market feel.

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