Texas restaurants can open at 25 percent capacity today for dine-in service after Gov. Greg Abbott let his statewide stay-at-home order expire. For many eateries in Dallas, that means opening a day after the county reported its largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases. Owners who risk opening their doors must follow strict cleanliness and social distancing guidelines. These neighborhood restaurants have decided to open as soon as possible.

    • Campisi’s
    • Matt’s Rancho Martinez
    • Toastd Coffee + Kitchen
    • El Fenix
    • Company Cafe and Bar
    • Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
    • White Rock Alehouse & Brewery
    • Penne Pomodoro
    • Mi Cocina
    • Original ChopShop
    • Snuffer’s
    • St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin
    • Toller Patio
    • Pepe’s & Mito’s
    • Angry Dog

Several other eateries have opted to stick with takeout and delivery for now.

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