Remedy to close, then reopen as a new eatery with Chinese flair

Remedy: courtesy of Elias Pope
Remedy: courtesy of Elias Pope

One of Lower Greenville’s most well-reviewed eateries is closing up shop by the end of the year. Remedy will end its craft cocktail and small plate operation on Dec. 31, according to the Dallas Observer.

But the space will be immediately flipped, according to a press release, into a new American-Chinese restaurant concept that is yet to be named. The owners plan to incorporate Remedy and the vacant space next door that most recently held the short-lived Project PieRising culinary star Kirstyn Brewer hopped over from Knox-Henderson favorite Victor Tango’s to take the helm of the new kitchen. Remedy’s executive chef Danyele McPherson, once a Top Chef contestant, will stay on as culinary director.

“Kirstyn Brewer is an incredibly talented chef. Her ability and dedication to her craft showed in every plate at Victor Tangos. I can’t wait for Dallas to experience what she can do when she gets to cook the cuisine in which she is the most passionate,” McPherson said in a statement.

The new eatery is slated to open in late spring or early summer.


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