Food Truck Fridays kicks off at the Shops at Park Lane today. Seven food trucks — 3 Men and a Taco, Gennarino’s, Green House, Jack’s Chowhound, Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe, Ssahm BBQ and Trailercakes — will post up at the retail development from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. today and every Friday in December. Eater Dallas has the scoop.

Company Cafe, the Lower Greenville restaurant that made the Texas Monthly list of best breakfasts in Dallas, is opening a second location on the Katy Trail Dec. 6.

Sol’s Nieto, the Tex-Mex restaurant on Mockingbird at Abrams, closed this week after the landlord locked them out. Its sister restaurant, Sol’s in Deep Ellum, closed earlier this year. But there’s still one in Garland. Pegasus News has the scoop.

Red Fork Tavern on Fitzhugh closed temporarily and will reopen with a more casual concept in the spring.

Swiss Avenue resident Eddie “Lucky” Campbell this week announced his restaurant venture, The Chesterfield. The downtown restaurant is named after Chesterfield cigarettes and designed “after the barrooms of the early 1900’s … what is widely considered ‘The Golden Age of Cocktails.’ ” Campbell is a well-known bartender who earned his reputation at The Mansion on Turtle Creek. The Chesterfield is expected to open this month at 1404 Main.

You know, I heard Chesterfield cigarettes are poisonous. Lucky Strikes are toasted.

It’s Toasted from Dennis Jenders on Vimeo.

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