Looking to try a new restaurant? Check out one of these eateries in Flower Mound and Lewisville.

1. Harold Dean Smoked Goods is now open, located at 5801 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 870, Flower Mound. The restaurant dishes out Texas-style barbecue, including ribs, sausage, pork and brisket during its lunch hours.

In the evenings, it will be a full-service high-end restaurant, Aaron Kramer said. It will serve locally sourced meat, including steaks, lamb, chicken and pork.

Now an actual brick-and-mortar location, the Kramers previously ran Harold Dean Smoked Goods out of a food trailer at local markets, community events, neighborhood block parties, weddings, corporate events, and church and school gatherings as well as for family dinners around the greater North Texas area.

For more information, call 940-453-6804, or visit www.hdsmokedgoods.com.

2. Crumbl Cookies is set to open a new location at Lewisville Towne Crossing on March 23. The Lewisville Towne Crossing location at 717 Hebron Parkway, Ste. 120, will be the second store in the city. The new location will also hold a free cookie day March 31. Crumbl Cookies offers a rotating weekly menu of cookies. www.crumblcookies.com.

3. Cracked & Crepe has opened in Flower Mound.

The restaurant, located at 5851 Long Prairie Road and in the old Starwood Cafe location, offers traditional breakfast and lunch options. Cracked & Crepe is open from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily for both inside and covered patio dining.

214-513-8800. www.crackedandcrepe.com.