TOASTED COFFEE + KITCHEN Location: 5420 Ross Ave Details: Dallas’ first toast-focused restaurant will hit Lower Greenville later this year. Sweet (like PB&J) and savory (avocado, duh) toasts will (obviously) dominate the menu, but no official details on what exactly this trendy menu will entail have been released as of yet. Projected opening date: Fall 2016 http://dallas.eater.com/2016/8/30/12707184/dallas-most-anticipated-restaurant-openings-fall-2016
When the Observer posted about the soon-to-be Toasted Coffee + Kitchen restaurant, a number of people commented with exasperation about an eatery specializing in “artisanal toast.” “The clarion call has been sounded. The world is ending. … Dallas is officially over.” “Sounds like hipster hell.” “But will they toast it over an open fire pit in the middle of the
Toast-centric concept coming to Lowest Greenville Gourmet toast shop TOASTED Coffee + Kitchen is slated to open mid-summer at 5420 Ross Ave. in Dallas. The concept, envisioned by co-founders Joel Roldanand Bob Sinnott, a Dallas restaurant industry veteran, will serve sweet and savory toasts, grilled cheese and other specialty sandwiches, as well as locally-roasted coffee, craft beer
Since artisan toast came onto the scene a few years ago, it’s been gaining steam— moving beyond the biggest markets to restaurant menus in more moderately sized ones. Dallas will this summer get its first toast-focused restaurant, following in the footsteps of similar concepts in other cities. In St. Louis, chef Rachel Moeller and her partners were thinking up
Carb lovers rejoice, as Dallas as getting its first gourmet toast shop. TOASTED Coffee + Kitchenco-founders Joel Roldan and Bob Sinnott aim to bring their artisanal toast concept to Lower Greenville and Ross Avenue this summer. “We envision TOASTED as a place where Dallas locals can enjoy sweet and savory toasts, locally roasted coffee or handcrafted cocktails any time of the
Lakewood is getting toasty this summer, and thankfully I’m not talking about the temperature. Seasoned restaurant pros and neighbors Bob Sinnott and Joel Roldan have big plans to open the first gourmet toast shop in Dallas, Toasted Coffee + Kitchen, this July on Lower Greenville. The two partners met through the restaurant industry, when Roldan was
Toasted Coffee + Kitchen Opening: Mid September The toast trend gets star treatment at this brand-new concept from Joel Roldan and Bob Sinnott. The restaurant and bar will feature creative takes on toast (both sweet and savory), as well as grilled cheese and other sandwiches utilizing bread from the in-house bakery, as well as top-notch coffee.