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EatZi's Market and Bakery will open a new location in DFW Airport, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. An opening date was not disclosed.
The Dallas-based European market-style eatery will occupy 2,080 square feet of space in the Terminal D South sector of the international airport. The filing details a $900,000 renovation and alteration that will begin in March and end in July.
In 2019, DFW Airport growth plans were announced, with the intention to open Eatzi's in the airport's new Terminal F. The new location will be a mini version of the experience North Texas residents are used to, Stuart Fitts, co-founder and managing partner of Trinity Groves, said in a previous story with the Dallas Business Journal. The typical larger format EatZi's locations, like the one near the intersection of Oak Lawn and Lemmon Avenues in Dallas, is 10,000 square feet, he said.
The four-gate extension to Terminal D will also house other dining options, including Cake Bar and LUCK (Local Urban Craft Kitchen).
The architecture firm behind the restaurant design and renovations is Dallas-based Rouch Architects.
In 2021, EatZi's celebrated its 25th anniversary by rolling out new strategies to aid its e-commerce and delivery system after traffic fell 50% in parts of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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