Looking to get out of your neighborhood to try a new dining experience? Check out the following restaurant news from across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, as recently reported by Community Impact. This list is not comprehensive.


Anaya's Seafood Scratch Kitchen

The family-owned restaurant offers seafood, such as Chilean salmon and flounder. The restaurant also serves chicken dishes and hamburgers.Grapevine

Thai Esane

The restaurant is a new tenant within Harvest Hall, the first location for the company in Texas. Based in Nashville, the company features dishes from the northeastern region of Thailand, combining Thai and Laotian cuisine, according to a news release. Offerings include pad thai, fried rice and a variety of curry dishes served over rice as well as appetizers, such as Bangkok wings, which are deep fried and tossed in chili sauce. The business replaces the recently closed Monkey King Noodle Co., which was one of the original six restaurants when the food hall opened in 2021.Keller

Acquario Italian Seafood

The restaurant offers daily specials, catering and reservation availability. The menu includes fresh seafood, handmade pastas and premier steaks sourced from Texas ranchers, according to its website.McKinney

Mabel’s African Cuisine and Bar

The restaurant aims to fuse traditional African flavors with a contemporary and upscale dining experience, according to its website. Its menu includes appetizers, entrees, sides and more. The restaurant also has a full-service bar that serves wine, spirits and beer.Plano

Truluck's Ocean's Finest Seafood and Crab

The restaurant opened in The Shops at Legacy in Plano. The menu includes seafood, including Florida stone crab claws and miso-glazed sea bass, prime steaks, and a wine menu.Richardson

Yummy Thai

The menu has several options, including pho, curry, stir-fry, noodle and vegetarian dishes. In addition, the restaurant offers daily lunch specials and a soup of the day.