New Restaurants Open in Castle Hills Village Shops

New Restaurants Open in Castle Hills Village Shops

New Restaurants Open in Castle Hills Village Shops

by Steve Gamel

 

The Castle Hills Village Shops & Plaza just got a little busier with the grand opening of two new restaurants that are sure to attract plenty of attention. Ramen Izakaya Akira, a traditional Japanese ramen restaurant, and The Grind Burger Bar & Tap Room are open for business, as the news of their opening was announced in a press release by Margulies Communications in December.

Per the release, this is the second location for The Grind Burger Bar & Tap Room. The Grind’s menu features fresh, made-from-scratch burgers like the My Boy Blue, with Neuske’s applewood smoked bacon, blue cheese, avocado, smoked onion and baby spinach, as well as the Umami Tsunami, with charred tomato, wild mushrooms, baconnaise and crispy parmesan cheese. “We chose the Castle Hills location because it’s an amazing community and needs a great burger bar,” The Grind general manager, Matthew Hey, said in the press release. “We are looking forward to getting to know the neighbors and seeing them at The Grind on a regular basis.”

Ramen Izakaya Akira is open for both lunch and dinner, and its menu items include Spicy Chicken Broth Ramen and Garlic Lovers Pork Ramen, as well as appetizers like Japanese-style dumplings and marinated octopus. Be sure to check out these amazing additions to an already vibrant community. In addition to a variety of eateries and conveniences, the Village Shops has an outdoor plaza area with shaded seating, a permanent stage and water features for casual neighborhood get-togethers as well as popular developer-sponsored community events, like the recent Holiday in the Plaza, which drew more than 2,500 guests.

The master-planned Castle Hills community located at 2520 King Arthur Blvd. in Lewisville.


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