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fall just in time for the holiday seasons. Instead of the normal sandwich and fries combination, why not switch it up with a cocktail? Opened in early May in the Vagabond’s old building, KNUCKLE SANDWICH CO. offers a new twist on your local deli. Owners Eddie “Lucky” Campbell and Andrew Brimecome told Dallas Culturemap that this dream of a “hybrid deli” has been an idea 30 years in the making. This venture is not a first for the two. They also were a part of the team that opened Parliament Bar back in 2014. Knuckle Sandwich Co. is open seven days a week from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. with hopes to do delivery in the future. Construction will begin this fall on a CHICK-FIL-A at Garland Road and Oldgate with plans to opne on Jan. 15, according to property owner John Brodersen. Rumors about the restaurant coming to different corners of the neighborhood have circulated for several years, but it seems they’ve finally been finalized. on Garland Road between Gaston and Winsted, and Goody Goody spokesman Armando Gonzalez says the new store “gives us an opportunity” since the company’s original store on Lower Greenville closed three years ago. The White Rock location will be modernized similar to newer locations in Colleyville and Houston, and will offer higher-end wines for our neighborhood’s clientele. For three decades now, Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agents have not only represented buyers and sellers seeking to deepen their family’s Lakewood roots, but have put down roots here as well. If you’d like to leave your own legacy in Lakewood, call us today to learn more about our properties of distinction. WE’RE IN LAKEWOOD BECAUSE LAKEWOOD IS IN US. FAMILIAR FACES The investors of THE LOT on East Grand picked up the old JIMMY’S WHEEL-IN and CENTURY LIQUOR STORE next door to turn into a more adult-friendly restaurant, distinct from its current family-friendly concept. The Lot’s managing partner, John McBride, says they are going to “put together something fun,” and to expect something “sooner rather than later.” Just south on Grand, the former Promise of Peace Garden’s lot was purchased two years ago by METRO PAWS , which is hoping to open its third location this November or December. The building will have two stories with a possible dog park in back for its clients’ use, office manager Trey Knowles says, adding that the new clinic “will give some of our current clients a closer option” in an “area in need of veterinary care.” The 24th GOODY GOODY Liquor Store should be open to White Rock customers this August. The newest store replaces the former Payless Discount liquor store NOW CLOSED Lower Greenville customers of CAFÉ BRAZIL were met with a sign upon arrival in late May. After abruptly closing its doors, the sign told customers to head over to the University Park location only “four minutes away.” There are still many Café Brazils throughout north Texas in Addison, Bishop Arts, Carrollton, Cedar Springs, Deep Ellum, Denton, Richardson, University Park, Fort Worth and Plano. Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, Lakewood 2311 Abrams Road, Suite 100 214.522.3838 #1 residential broker in Lakewood & East Dallas lakewood.advocatemag.com JULY 2016 49

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