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Bellagreen Comes To Dallas

Nov 07, 2018 12:34PM ● By Ashley Madonna
Dallas is getting a little greener. Houston’s first Certified Green RestaurantBellagreen, is opening its first DFW location in Dallas on November 8. The American bistro is set to fit in nicely with The Hill’s, the new mixed-use district off US-75 and Walnut Hill, growing number of restaurant options.
“Bellagreen has established a loyal following in Houston, and we’re excited for Dallas to experience the brand as well,” Jason Morgan, CEO of Bellagreen, says via press release. “Our mission is to make life and earth more beautiful with every meal. We believe restaurants should support and improve the communities they serve through high-quality foods and sustainable environmental practices.

The 3,672-square foot modern eatery creates a sense of place as soon as guests walk in. With modern, organic materials acting as the interior’s décor and repurposed elements accented through the space’s light fixtures and artwork, Bellagreen proves it’s doing its part to be eco-friendly. 

After looking over their menu boasting dishes made from scratch, diners will see their selections are expansive. They craft everything from tacos to burgers and pastas, all with the freshest ingredients. But the best part of their wide range of offerings are their dishes made for those who have dietary restrictions. Their menu includes gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, Keto, Paleo, and Whole 30 dishes – just to name a few. 

“We are passionate about accommodating guests with specific dietary needs,” Morgan says via press release. “At Bellagreen, every individual can enjoy a high-quality meal at an affordable price in a comfortable environment, our guests don’t have to sacrifice one for the other.”

This will be the brand’s first venture in the Metroplex before opening locations at The Shops at Legacy in December and Preston & Park at the start of next year. So head over to Dallas to see how they will continue to live out their mission of making the world a better place with their restaurant.