Hugo’s Lost Colony Tex-Mex opens in Highland Village

Churros
Dessert options at Hugo's include churros with vanilla ice cream and dulce de leche sauce. (Samantha Van Dyke/Community Impact Newspaper)

Dessert options at Hugo's include churros with vanilla ice cream and dulce de leche sauce. (Samantha Van Dyke/Community Impact Newspaper)

Hugo’s Lost Colony opened Nov. 15 at 2420 Justin Road, Highland Village. Hugo’s invites guests to explore it’s three dining rooms, indoor and outdoor bars and patio spaces—all designed to capture the vibe of the jungle-like atmosphere of Tulum, Mexico, said founder and namesake Hugo Miranda. The menu is designed to showcase a mix of Tex-Mex cuisine with a more traditional Mexican flare, with dishes like portobello mushroom fajitas, chipotle shrimp enchiladas, pork belly charro bean soup and churros with a dulce de leche sauce. The restaurant is open for brunch from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. and for lunch and dinner daily. For more info on the restaurant and hours of operation go to www.hugoslostcolony.com or call 469-293-0015.


By Samantha Van Dyke
Samantha Van Dyke is Community Impact's DFW Metro Reporter. She previously served as managing editor of The Arkansas Traveler.


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