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Flower Mound restaurant landscape is growing, healthy

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The town of Flower Mound’s restaurant selection is growing faster than its residential development, but it is a sustainable, healthy growth because the new eateries are attracting non-residents to town, according to the town manager.

Residential growth in Flower Mound has been “very flat” in the last five years, according to Town Manager Jimmy Stathatos. It grew at a rate of 4 percent last year and 1 percent the four previous years.

But at the same time, sales tax growth has been around 8-10 percent each year.

“We’re having a lot of new sales based on the new businesses and new restaurants,” Stathatos said. “If we didn’t have the ability to absorb new restaurants, then I think our sales tax growth would be flat.”

Stathatos said the sales tax information shows that lots of new patrons who live in the area are coming in to Flower Mound to dine and shop, “because we don’t have enough new residents to explain the major increase in sales tax.”

The town doesn’t want to do anything to hurt any existing restaurants, Stathatos said, but residents are always interested in bringing in new ones, and because of the sales tax growth, he is “confident that there is room for new restaurants.”


Flower Mound welcomed 20 new restaurants to town in 2017, and nine closed down.  Here is a list of all the restaurants — including coffee shops, donut shops and dessert shops — that opened in the town in 2017, according to the town:

  • Mio Nonno Trattoria, 2450 Lakeside Parkway, #100
  • Mena’s Tex-Mex – Grill & Cantina, 2500 LakesideParkway, #110
  • Taco Bueno, 4500 Long Prairie Road
  • Sonora Factory Grill, 1050 Flower Mound Road #310
  • State Draft House, 1050 Flower Mound Road, #280
  • HERE Sushi & Bar, 1050 Flower Mound Road, #110
  • Yummy Thai, 1901 Long Prairie Road, #260
  • Hanaya Hibachi Sushi and Asian Fusion, 901 Long Prairie Road, #108
  • Tsunami Sushi and Grill, 3851 Long Prairie Road,#190
  • Urban Tadka, 1900 Long Prairie Road, #146
  • Home Taste Asian Restaurant, 2628 Long Prairie Road
  • Mi Dia from Scratch, 2601 West Windsor Drive
  • Local Pint, 2750 Churchill Drive, #170
  • Rice Pot, 2911 Cross Timbers Road, #101
  • Pokey O’s Cookies & Ice Cream, 330 Parker Square
  • Milwaukee Joe’s, 901 Long Prairie Road, Suite 160
  • Snow Village Café, 2601 Flower Mound Road, #111
  • Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream, 3721 Justin Road
  • Lakeside Donuts, 701-769 Long  Prairie Road
  • Edison Coffee Co.,310 Parker Square Road
  • Trio Craft Coffee, (Relocated within Flower Mound) 2650 Flower Mound Road, #116

The following are the Flower Mound restaurants that closed in 2017 about which the town is aware:

  • Mellow Mushroom, 2450 Cross Timbers Road, #100
  • Mod Market, 3651 Justin Road, #100
  • Snap Kitchen, 3701 Justin Road
  • Café Yogopang, 3851 Long Prairie Road, #190
  • BoXo, 1901 Long Prairie Road
  • Square One Sidewalk Café, 330 Parker Square Road
  • Manchale Indian Restaurant & Bar, 420 Parker Square Road
  • MMM Donuts (Parker Square Donuts), 330 Parker Square
  • Village Donuts, 2021 Justin Road, #236
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Mark Smith

Mark Smith is the Digital Editor of The Cross Timbers Gazette.

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