by EverOut Staff
Changes are afoot at Canlis: Shortly after the famed fine-dining restaurant revealed its new executive chef, it also announced that its indoor dining room will reopen on July 1. Plus, the popular food truck Tres House of Cheesesteaks and Cycle Dogs have opened brick-and-mortar restaurants, and the Korean fried chicken joint Mr. Chicken has opened in Chinatown-International District. Read on to learn more about all of that, plus more essential culinary updates. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.
The popular vegan food truck Cycle Dogs, known for its meatless hot dogs and other plant-based takes on fast food favorites, soft-opened its first permanent brick-and-mortar restaurant in the former space of No Bones Beach Club last weekend and opened for regular hours last Wednesday. The all-vegan menu includes Field Roast frankfurters with variations like currywurst, Seattle dogs, and elote dogs, burgers inspired by McDonald’s, Whataburger, and Dick’s, and “hangry style” fries smothered in American cheese, grilled onions, and fry sauce. Brunch will arrive this weekend, with egg substitute-based dishes like scrambles, breakfast sandwiches, and breakfast burritos in addition to hash browns and Beyond breakfast sausage. The spot is currently open for takeout only but plans to add outdoor and limited indoor seating eventually.
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