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Shawn Horne Leaves DISH in Dallas

Remember Kitchen 1924? Then you remember Shawn Horne. Since the beloved Kitchen 1924 closed, Horne has tooted around town taking various GM jobs at Five Sixty and, most currently, DISH.

Horne has left DISH and has partnered with Flynn (Fogo de Chao) Dekker. Their soon-to-open enterprise will open “June-ish” on Henderson and be called Horne & Dekker. I don’t think they will be manufacturing coffee makers. All Horne would say about the place is: “We are going to do meats on a stick and carnival food. Just kidding. I will give you more on the concept soon.”

8 comments on “Shawn Horne Leaves DISH in Dallas

  1. Hrmmm, getting a little concerned about DISH. Good food, but with the revolving door there, will it last?

  2. Lunched on the Patio at Dish yesterday. Food was really good, with nice attention to detail. The flatbread, however, was outstanding!

  3. was at dish this last weekend. Hour long wait for a table, so i don’t believe they are on the “outs”…the food was wonderful, service was great…

  4. Went a couple weekends for the first time. Loved it. Food was superb, great atmosphere and attentive service (except the arrogant bartender). I can’t wait to go back.

  5. Congratulations to Shawn Horne! “Horne & Dekker” will be, no doubt, a fine addition to life on North Henderson Avenue. NoHA could not have a better new neighbor than Mr. Horne.

  6. NoHA is pretty genius. I think that is Dallas’s next big trend, not taco trucks.

    I, for one, hope he’s not kidding about meat on sticks.