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WELCOME TO RED STIX

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING LOCAL RESTAURANTS

CURRENT HOURS

RED STIX SMU
6501 HILLCREST AVENUE, SUITE 130, DALLAS
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY:10:30AM-8PM
THURSDAY-SATURDAY: 10:30AM-9PM
CLOSED SUNDAY
WHISKEY WEDNESDAY: 1/2 OFF ALL WHISKEY 5PM-CLOSE
HAPPY HOUR:3PM-6PM EVERY DAY


RED STIX MUSTANG STATION
10305 BEE STREET, SUITE 140,FARMERS BRANCH
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY: 11AM-9PM
THURSDAY-SATURDAY: 11AM-10PM
CLOSED SUNDAY
TEQUILA TUESDAY: 1/2 OFF ALL TEQUILA 5PM-CLOSE
ROTATING TACO TUESDAY
HAPPY HOUR: 3PM-6PM EVERY DAY

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RED STIX ASIAN STREET FOOD

Red Stix beautifully captures the sights, smells, and tastes of Asian street food. Our menu is the culmination of Chef Uno's childhood memories in Thailand and her ongoing adventures as a globetrotter.

The finishing flourish of each hand-crafted bowl or bánh mi are Red Stix: our signature yakitori skewers. Each of our Six is threaded with morsels of chicken, pork, or steak bathed in our silky, umami-rich marinade and grilled over binochotan charcoal.

 

Our grill masters vigorously fan them until the coals hiss, flames spark, smoke puffs, and the meat quickly cooks to juicy, charred deliciousness. The Stix are fabulous on their own and even better when nestled on top of one of our custom bowls and sandwiches.

 

OUR MENU

Hot Noods
&
Cold Drinks

If you're looking for fresh takes on classic Asian street food, Red Stix is your destination. From crisp grilled vegetables to savory dumplings and five-alarm Damn Damn Hot Noods, our presentation and flavors are sure to satisfy!

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THE WOMAN BEHIND IT ALL

Uno Immanivong

Red Stix is the product of Chef Uno Immanivong's culinary visions coming to life through her modern spin on traditional Asian street food. She is also a skilled mixologist, a fact to which our meticulously curated bar and creative cocktail list attest.

 

A first-generation Asian American, Uno was born in a refugee camp in Nong Khai, Thailand, run by the United Nations Organization (UNO), for which she was named. She moved to America with her parents and inherited their tenacity and her mother's passion for cooking.  

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