Building rendering: Hermansen Land Development

Building rendering: Hermansen Land Development

Rusty Taco and Einstein Bros. Bagels will open in the new building that’s coming to Forest and Inwood.

The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved plans to build a new restaurant in the Lowe’s Home Improvement property. The building is designed for two to three tenants, and we now know what two of those tenants will be, according to the announcement on Hermansen Land Development’s Facebook page.

The site plan shows one more available space between Rusty Taco and Einstein.

Preston Hollow is no stranger to Einstein — we have a popular location at Preston and Royal. Rusty Taco, on the other hand, is likely to generate some buzz among neighbors. The original mechanic shop-turned-taco spot has become something of an institution in Dallas. Fans recently mourned the death of its founder, Rusty Fenton, who died after a battle with kidney cancer.

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