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Chicago Chain Doc B's Fresh Kitchen Sets Up Shop in Domain Northside

Starts prescribing grain bowls and veggie cocktails next spring

Rendering of Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen in Austin
Rendering: Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen/Official

Chicago-based Doc B's Fresh Kitchen is adding its first Austin outpost in the Domain Northside in spring of 2017. Located just around the corner from Rose Rock, the full-service restaurant will call 3001 Palm Way its new home.

Expect mindfully sourced health-inspired fare—think quinoa salad, kale and goat cheese pizza, and grilled salmon. But fear not, this doctor believes in moderation, so burgers, steak frites, and hand-cut sweet potato fries are also on the menu. And yes, Doc’s food pyramid also includes a selection of local craft beers, wine, and spirits. And with a nod to health, a couple of the signature cocktails are made with beet and carrot juices.

The outdoor-centric space includes a patio that can seat more than 70 people, complete with a fully retractable canopy, fire pit, and operable storefront. In addition to tabletop seating inside, visitors will find a 33-seat oval island bar.

Named after founder and president Craig Bernstein’s late father, "Doctor B," Doc B’s was first introduced Chicago in 2013 and has since expanded to Florida. There are plans for additional Texas locations in Fort Worth and Dallas next year too. Doc B’s told Eater the chain is actively seeking other real estate opportunities throughout the Austin market. Keep an eye on this space for future developments.

Doc B’s has no ties to the Austin-based Doc’s Bar & Grill chain, which grew from the Doc’s Motorworks on South Congress (that will be closing by year’s end according to scheduled construction) and now includes a location in Houston.

The Domain

11410 Century Oaks Terrace, , TX 78758 (512) 873-8099 Visit Website

Doc B's Fresh Kitchen

301 Miracle Mile, , FL 33134 (786) 864-1220 Visit Website

Doc B's Fresh Kitchen

3001 Palm Way, Austin, TX 78758, USA

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