Dallas Restaurants That Are Open or Closed Due to Weather

Freezing temperatures and dangerous driving conditions—among a slurry of other weather- and power-related problems—have caused several Dallas restaurants to close. Many shuttered their doors ahead of the snowy weekend and have yet to creak them back open. Some restaurants, cafes, and the like are braving the roads to reopen Tuesday, likely with limited hours.

We’ll keep updating this list as much as possible as the days go on. Drop a comment or email me at [email protected] for leads.

Other sources that are keeping DFW informed include Eater Dallas, this crowd-sourced Google sheet, and Dallasites 101, which has been actively sharing restaurants’ on Instagram.

Of course, if you’re going out to patronize any of these spaces, do check and see that they haven’t called it quits early. Keep in mind supplies are low, so some menus may be limited. Staffing might be low also considering the treacherous roads. Be safe out there and take care!

What’s Open

Coffee Shops, Cafes, Etc.

Le Bon Temps: Happy Fat Tuesday; go grab some beignets and king cake from this Deep Ellum spot.
Tribal All-Day Cafe
David Street Espresso
La Reunion: coffee and Wi-Fi only
Cultivar Coffee: regular hours at both locations
Val’s Cheesecakes: open until 4 p.m. (charge devices and/or warm up, too)
Haute Sweets Patisserie: open till 3 p.m.
Houndstooth Coffee: Henderson Ave. open until noon, Walnut and Sylvan open until 2 p.m. (assuming they retain power, per social media update)
Village Baking: open till 3 p.m. (Travis; Greenville Ave. closed)
Opening Bell Coffee: no breakfast tacos, but coffee, toast, and warm bagels.
Halycon Coffee: reduced hours 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Feb. 19.
LDU Coffee: open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Restaurants, Taverns, Pubs

Ka-Tip: open with limited menu
Rex’s Seafood: open with limited menu
One90 Smoked Meats: hot barbecue and packaged meat both available.
City Tavern: open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. (kitchen closes at 10 p.m.)
The Nodding Donkey: open 11 a.m. with limited menu
The Peak Inn
Tasty Tails (Richardson)
Mi Cocina: open at noon for lunch (Lakeside, West Village, Lake Highlands, Lennox, Chapel Hill, Flower Mound only, for now); will assess weather for dinner status.
Crab Station: open in Fort Worth today through Feb. 18; live crawfish abounds.
Mike’s Chicken
Sakhuu Thai: open from 1 to 7:30 p.m., limited menu.

Markets & Shops

Bar and Garden: limited hours of noon to 6 p.m.
Cibo Divino: $10 pizza, pasta, and salad, $10 NY strip (will supplies last), and 10 percent off wine. Stock up, the market anticipates being closed Wednesday.


What’s Closed

Coffee Shops, Cafes, etc.

Xamán Cafe: Closed, but providing hot cocoa and soup to community affected by power outages (from 1 p.m. until gone)
Full City Rooster
All Ascension coffee locations
Noble Coyote
Empire Baking
Bisous Bisous
La La Land


Revolver Taco Lounge: closed Feb. 16 and 17
Resident Taqueria
El Come Taco
Taco y Vino
Maple Leaf Diner
Ebb & Flow: check social media for updates.
Shell Shack: all locations
Meso Maya: all locations
Sushi Marquee
Bangkok at Beltline
Saint Rocco’s New York Italian
RM 1220 Bistro


Heim Barbecue: all locations closed through Feb. 17
Lockhart Smokehouse
Pecan Lodge

Caribbean Cabana
Sketches of Spain (and sibling spot Wild Detectives, too)
Eno’s Pizza
Brown Bag Provisions
Whiskey Cake
Sixty Vines
Las Palmas: no power
Son of a Butcher
Up on Knox; Georgie; Le Bilboquet
Trinity Groves restaurants
Del Sur Tacos
Neighborhood Services; Town Hearth



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