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Specifics are not yet known about what the restaurant will offer menu-wise, but we can trust that it is in good hands with Vandelay Hospitality. The Dallas-based restaurant group has developed and represents an ever-evolving and growing lineup of unique restaurant brands that include Hudson House, East Hampton and Drake’s Hollywood.
The Dallas Morning News reports that Brentwood will be meat focused and include classics such as steak, fish and pizzas. Rosemary focaccia, brioche and jalapeño cornbread will also be baked on site.
According to a description from their website, Brentwood will be an elevated take on a classic neighborhood spot; reminiscent of classic western dining institutions found in towns such as Aspen and Santa Fe. Brentwood’s Instagram account gives hints of its design featuring a collage of vibrant artwork with mosaic tiling and Southwestern expressions.
Set to open this Fall, Brentwood will occupy the space formerly home to Houston’s in Addison (the only remaining Houston’s in Dallas-Fort Worth until its closure in June 2020).
Featuring Western American vibes, the new concept will also sport an expanded patio with a grand stone fireplace, a custom oak bar with caramel leather booths, forged-bronze and glass lighting fixtures, wood paneling, and original equestrian artwork.