Curry Up Now makes its Dallas debut

Curry Up Now, a California-based franchise, will debut in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex this summer, bringing its award-winning Indian fast food restaurant chain to The Colony’s Grandscape. The restaurant will feature a large dining room, a dog-friendly outdoor patio, and a globally-inspired craft cocktail bar, Mortar and Pestle, serving specialty cocktails, wines, and local microbrews.

“We are incredibly excited to bring Curry Up Now to the DFW region,” says Grandscape franchisee Veer Modi. “Our location is across from The Stage at Grandscape making it the perfect place to dine and have drinks before or after the events. Our menu is not your typical Indian dish, we capture a unique blend of traditional Indian and street foods that provide a fun and memorable dining experience. We’re sure to be your new favorite happy hour or date night choice.

Curry Up Now first emerged in 2009 as a food truck founded by husband and wife duo Akash and Rana Kapoor. Customers can expect authentic Indian flavors with a twist. Signature dishes include burritos, bowls, tacos, poutine (called sexy fries), and naughty naan. Additional menu items include a wide variety of Indian street food snacks and traditional dishes like thali platters and kathi rolls. Their menu is designed to support vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and halal diets with the aim of accommodating all guests regardless of their dietary preferences.

“We are very excited to present an elevated dining experience with our imaginative, playful and innovative menu,” said Akash Kapoor, Founder and CEO of Curry Up Now. “We have found great partners in Veer and Christie and know they have the drive and vision to expand Curry Up Now across Texas.”

Curry Up Now is located at 5752 Grandscape Boulevard, Suite 310, The Colony, TX 75056, and will open in early summer 2022. The restaurant will offer dine-in, happy hour, delivery, take-out and catering services.

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