Flea Style, the hipster purchasing experience in Deep Ellum from business owner Brittany Cobb, is not just opening up a retail spin-off in Frisco, it’s also opening up a restaurant.

Called, the dining establishment will certainly lie inside Flea Style’s sprawling 6,100-square-foot area at The Celebrity in Frisco, at 6765 Winning Dr., # 830, in the exact same facility as Ziziki’s and also the now-closed Jihwaja Korean BARBEQUE.

The opening is slated for very early to mid-November.

Antique will be a fast-casual experience serving morning meal, lunch, shared plates, as well as tea service. The concept will certainly also cater internal as well as events in the neighborhood.

Cobb established the menu– which likewise includes wine, beer, as well as a coffee program– with Los Angeles-based chef Ryan Woolley. She states in a launch that she wished to produce a culinary experience she’s been craving.

“I matured appreciating cafeteria that had delicious casual comfort food in a pretty motivating setup,” she says. “I can not wait to consume our remarkable food with the maker community daily.”

The food selection includes breakfast attacks including avocado salutes, nutter butter and jam toasts, and doughnuts as well as breads that are locally made.

Yet lunch is the main focus. There’ll be salads as well as sandwiches made internal from fresh ingredients, including spreads and dressings that are made from the ground up.

There’ll likewise be shared plates such as deviled eggs, cheese boards, and charcuterie boards, garnished with bites from neighborhood pickle, jam, as well as nut companies.

The even larger emphasis than lunch is tea, which will also establish Heirloom Haul apart from the common fast-casual idea. There’ll be finger sandwiches such as pimento cheese, hen salad, whipped strawberry, and also cucumber lotion; hot or iced tea; and treats from regional services consisting of biscotti, cookies, and also macarons.

Items will be offered on pretty tea carts as well as vintage china that Cobb has procured from neighborhood and also national flea markets.

Eating areas will consist of the main eating hall, an outside patio area, or in Flea Style’s 1,300-square-foot studio area, offered for personal parties.

Unsurprisingly, the design promises to be unique, with elements sourced from Flea Design’s makers and favorite shopping outposts. That consists of antique metal columns, aged table bases, and classic metal tv trays, sourced from Canton in East Texas.

Banquette furniture is from flea markets in Cobb’s home town Southern The golden state. Frameworks populating the wall surfaces were collected in fields and also antique shopping centers. An overhauled 1966 Scotty camper is from a household in Frisco, an additional neighborhood touch.

This will be Flea Style’s 2nd area. After doing seasonal pop-up events for years, Cobb opened a physical place in Deep Ellum in June 2018.