Looking to keep track of popular eateries? These three restaurants are in the process of relocating around east Dallas this summer. This list is not comprehensive.

1. Petra and the Beast

American restaurant Petra and the Beast is closed during the month of July as it prepares to open in a new space in Lakewood. The company plans to reopen in the new space in August, but an opening date has not been announced.

Petra and the Beast is a “hyperseasonal” restaurant focusing on fermentation and sustainability. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own beer and wine.

The restaurant was previously located at 601 N. Haskell Ave. in Old East Dallas. The new Lakewood space is at 1901 Abrams Parkway, Dallas. www.petraandthebeast.com

2. Starbucks

Starbucks has temporarily closed in Lakewood as it relocates to a new space in the neighborhood this summer.

Previously located at 6312 La Vista Drive, the cafe will reopen in the Lakewood Shopping Center at 1924 Abrams Parkway on Aug. 21, a company spokesperson said. The international coffee shop chain serves iced and hot coffee, tea, espresso beverages, and pastries. www.starbucks.com

3. St. Martin’s Wine Bistro

French restaurant St. Martin’s Wine Bistro is planning to relocate to Old East Dallas after closing in Lower Greenville in May.

Restaurant management declined to confirm the location of the new space, but a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation lists it as 4223 Bryan St., Dallas. Management announced the closure of the former space at 3020 Greenville Ave. on social media in May.

The company’s website says it plans to reopen this summer, but the company has not announced an exact opening date.

St. Martin’s is known for its romantic atmosphere and live piano performances. www.stmartinswinebistro.com