Explore the freshest new businesses to launch in Dallas

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Ready to find out about the newest businesses to open in Dallas? From a Hawaiian dining establishment to a Vietnamese phở restaurant, read on for the latest outposts to make their debut recently.

LemonShark Poke

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New to North Dallas is LemonShark Poke, a Japanese and Hawaiian eatery, located at 7865 Firefall Way, Suite 100A.

The menu at LemonShark Poke is brimming with traditional Hawaiian-style poke bowls, including a customizable build-your-own bowl option. The cafe also offers items like tempura shrimp, seaweed salad, miso soup, spicy tuna crispy rice, sake, beer, coconut water and other beverages.

Museum of Illusions

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Stop by 701 Ross Ave. in downtown Dallas' West End Historic District and you'll find the Museum of Illusions.

The Museum of Illusions features a collection of brain-stimulating displays meant to be both fun and educational. Guests can expect exhibits such as The Vortex Tunnel, Hollow Face Illusion, Ambiguous Cylinder, anti-gravity room, kaleidoscope installation, holograms and a variety of other optical illusions.

I Love Phở

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A North Dallas newcomer, I Love Phở is a Vietnamese restaurant that can be found at 14902 Preston Road, Suite 512B.

On the menu, look for a sizable assortment of authentic Vietnamese dishes, including lemongrass beef with vermicelli, charbroiled chicken with steamed rice, fresh tofu spring rolls, a bean curd shrimp wrap, grilled pork sandwich, stir-fried noodles and a list of phở soup options.

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