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Tarrant County’s food scene gets a boost with new restaurants and bakery



Tarrant County, Texas – Fort Worth’s food scene is about to get even more vibrant, as several new eateries are set to open their doors in the coming weeks and months. From slider bars to wood-fired pizza, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

First up is Son of a Butcher, or SoB for short. This new slider bar is set to open on March 20th and will offer a range of slider options, as well as sides, shakes, beer, and cocktails. Located at 480 W. State Highway 114 in Grapevine, SoB is sure to be a hit with foodies in the area.

If you’re in the mood for some rustic wood-fired artisan pizza, look no further than Fireside Pies. This beloved restaurant is making its return to Fort Worth with a brand new location at 628 Harrold St, set to open on March 22nd. Joe Bozarth, director of operations for Fireside Pies, expressed his excitement, saying “We are truly excited to be getting back to serving our loyal Fort Worth customers the delicious, wood-fired pizzas they know and love.”

For those who prefer takeout and delivery orders, Buffalo Wild Wings is trying out a new concept with its GO location, opening on March 24th at 2813 Heritage Trace Parkway. With a walk-up counter, digital menu boards, and limited seating, the GO format is designed to provide a contactless and hassle-free experience. Guests who order ahead will also be able to pick up their meal from individual takeout lockers.

Tous les Jours, a French-Asian bakery café chain, opened its doors on March 17th at 5611 Colleyville Blvd. The bakery offers over 300 artisan pastries, gourmet cakes, and desserts baked in-store daily. With opening hours from Sunday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., there’s plenty of time to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Last but not least, Terra Mediterranean is making a comeback after shutting down in October 2019. The restaurant, which features Mediterranean foods, will be reopening in a 6,720-square-foot space with outdoor patio seating. Additionally, the Shanaa family, who owns Terra Mediterranean, is introducing a new Mexican restaurant concept called La Cabrona. Terra Mediterranean is located at 3932 Crockett St, while La Cabrona is across the street at 2933 Crockett St. Both restaurants are expected to open this summer.

Adam Shanaa, CEO of Terra Mediterranean, expressed his enthusiasm for the return of their restaurant, stating “We’re thrilled to return to Fort Worth and look forward to bringing back the distinctly delicious entrees you remember.” With all these exciting new options, it’s safe to say that Fort Worth’s food scene is set to become even more impressive in the coming weeks and months.

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