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Euless' hottest shopping center plates up barbecue, pizza, and sushi

Euless' hottest shopping center plates up barbecue, pizza, and sushi

Dickey's cornbread sandwich
Barbecue is now on the menu. Photo courtesy of Dickey's

In exciting eating news, another round of restaurants have joined the lineup at Glade Parks, the thriving 194-acre mixed-use development on State Highway 121 in Euless.

They include the major food groups of barbecue and pizza as follows:

Dickey's Barbecue Pit, the Dallas-based family-run barbecue chain, opened, serving slow-smoked meats and homestyle sides.

Imperial Hibachi, an upscale Asian Fusion restaurant offering hibachi, sushi, and Asian fusion entrées, is now open.

MidiCi, the Neapolitan Pizza Company, featuring wood-fired pizzas and with an 18-foot olive tree inside the restaurant, is opening later in September.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill, the gastropub concept from Portland, Oregon, which has a location at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, will open at Glade Parks in late fall.

54th Street Grill, with an acclaimed menu of steaks, baby back ribs, salads, and sandwiches, is opening in 2019.

JR's Steak & Grill, the longtime Colleyville favorite, has also signed a lease.

Glade Parks has also boosted its retail offerings as Runway Seven, a Lewisville-based boutique brand offering wide range of appealing and every-day-priced fashion-forward accessories and apparel, is now open.

Amazing Lash Studio opened in August adjacent to Belk.

Maxiam Nail Bar and American Nail Bar, two distinctive concepts serving a cocktail or beverage with services, have opened at Glade Parks.

Blue Lion Salon Suites will open in fall 2018, providing additional beauty and wellness service options.

Burlington, the national off-price retailer, will open in September.

Total Wine & More will open its 25,000-square-foot store adjacent to Burlington in early October.

Daiso, the popular Japanese bargain store featuring items priced under $10, will open next to Total Wine & More in late 2018.

Cloth and Glaze, the Fort Worth-founded canvas and pottery painting studio, will open in winter 2018.

Aloft Hotel, Starwood and Marriott’s tech-forward, vibrant hotel is scheduled to open in fall 2018 and will function as one of the main icons of Glade Parks’ Town Plaza.

The Plaza will feature a beautifully landscaped outdoor central venue that will serve as a destination for relaxation, local entertainment and family-friendly programming.

Glade Parks offers the midcities and surrounding communities top retail and entertainment options that showcase celebrated entertainment destinations Dave & Buster's and Cinépolis, and popular brands such as Starbucks, Five Guys Burgers and Fries; Hopdoddy; Panera Bread; Pie Five Pizza Pie; Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar; Outback Steakhouse; Menchie’s Yogurt; Sleep Experts; Raising Cane’s; Rosa’s Café & Tortilla Factory; AT&T; Potbelly Sandwich Shop; Bath & Body Works; SuperCuts; The Joint Chiropractic; Verizon, and Monarch Dental.

Popular brands such as Belk, Forever 21 RED, Francesca’s, DXL, Old Navy, Dick's Sporting Goods, 24 Hour Fitness, Michaels, Kirkland's, Boot Barn, Hand & Stone Massage & Facial Spa, Home Goods, Ulta, Five Below, Grand Nail Spa, Massage Envy, DSW, and Cato are also located within the development.

For more details on Glade Parks’ premier tenant brands, visit www.gladeparks.com.

Glade Parks is managed by North Rock Real Estate, LLC of Rockford, Illinois, in partnership with Iron Point Partners, LLC. The principals of North Rock and its management team have previously developed and constructed multiple Target and Walmart anchored shopping centers, amassing over 15 million square feet of retail, office, and mixed-use projects as well as several master-planned residential developments.

Iron Point Partners brings a 20+ year history of real estate private equity investing. Affiliated with Oak Hill and Fort Worth's Robert M. Bass, Iron Point is active in many types of real estate investing and currently owns over 65 shopping centers across the United States. Iron Point is headquartered in Washington, DC and has an office in Dallas. The two companies have a major partnership spanning several commercial and residential projects throughout the United States.