After the nearby, longtime location quietly closed, we figured the Dallas-based mainstay was a goner. But the resurrected version popped up almost a year later, with a sunny new look and an overhauled menu. The smaller, more casual space, with indoor and patio seating, feels as much like a takeaway shop as a quick-hit dine-in joint. One favorite was an endive salad decorated with sliced pears and apples, crumbled blue cheese, toasted almonds, and fried pancetta in a champagne vinaigrette. Another was the vegetarian pie with a cauliflower crust slicked with garlic cream sauce and garnished with trumpet mushrooms, goat cheese, arugula, shaved Parmesan, and a drizzle of shallot vinaigrette. A good surprise was the stuffed eggplant, two large halves scooped out and baked with a filling of Italian sausage, onion, red bell peppers, mozzarella, and tomato sauce.