Richardson Restaurant Park is expanding – music to the ears of North Texas foodies. Expect an adventurous culinary experience involving tacos, poke bowls and cheesesteaks. If your New Year’s resolution is to expand your menu of nutritious, globally-influenced foods, check out the restaurant park at 744 S. Central Expressway.
Opening in January, Adda will serve Indian street food for the visitor craving international cuisine. While the owner also owns Jimmy’s Burgers here, this new establishment is a nod to Pakistani and Indian culture with global influences. The name emblazoned atop the restaurant depicts what is found inside: “Adda” translates to an informal meeting place for lengthy conversations, often involving food.
Dog Haus Biergarten
In the three years since its Richardson inception, Dog Haus Biergarten has collected a slew of rave reviews for its gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers and one Bad Mutha Clucka chicken sandwich. Order one of the 24 local craft beers on tap or a signature Haus cocktail to elevate the experience, in addition to its covered outdoor biergarten and well-curated playlist.
Dog Haus Food Truck
Dog Haus is living the van life – with its new Dog Haus Food Truck. The mobile eatery makes it easier for locals to discover The Absolute Würst while providing outdoor dining for those who want to socially distance. The 23-foot food truck features a full kitchen to serve its acclaimed menu anywhere in the metropolitan area. If swapping a few bucks for a hot dog delivered through an open window fulfills Germany-meets-Central-Park dreams, this food truck is for you. Book the food truck by calling 844.DOG.HAUS or email email@example.com.
The Halal Guys
With three Egyptian founders and New York City roots, this famed eatery brings a menu showcasing Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors. For 30 years now, The Halal Guys have served chicken, gyros and falafel platters that make even the most cultured palate blush. Dine inside, order curbside or even have the restaurant cater your next event.
A Southern California-style taqueria deep in the heart of Texas, OMG Tacos’ offerings range from street tacos, burritos and giant quesadillas to tortas, loaded nachos and carne asada fries. Items can be customized and boast top quality meat and fresh ingredients. For the happy hour crowd, a full bar lives in front of a neon sign proclaiming “I have mixed drinks about feelings.”
With the number five spot on Restaurant Business’ Future 50 list of America’s up-and-coming chains, Poke Works is a proud new resident of Richardson Restaurant Park. The menu was influenced by Top Chef alumnus Sheldon Simeo and hosts a range of customizable bowls, burritos and salads for vegetarians, pescetarians and meat-lovers alike. The hand-crafted meals offer unique flavors that draw inspiration from Hawaii and cultures across the globe.
You guessed it – Texas meets Philly in this unique establishment. Home of the Original Texas Cheesesteak since 1981, Texadelphia’s menu offers cheesesteaks for every taste. Save room after complimentary tortilla chips and fresh salsa to order a custom sandwich, queso, burger, salad or deli sandwich. The Richardson location opens mid-January to bring North Texas its fill of bread and cheese. Thrillist Food even named it one of 13 Southern restaurant chains the entire country needs.
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