Foodie Finds: Five Restaurant Openings You Should Know About
Dec 14, 2017 10:37AM ● Published by Ashley Madonna
The Dallas-Fort Worth restaurant scene is booming, so it’s no surprise more concepts are popping up each month hoping to get in on the growing industry. Here are five restaurant openings you should know about before dining out this weekend.
Chills360: Fort Worth
Have you seen the rolled ice cream videos taking over social media? Now you’ll be able the action up close at the upcoming Chills360 near West 7th in Fort Worth. Once you choose your ice cream and toppings, their talented staff will roll out your ingredients on the icy cold disc that freezes the product. They then mix in your add-ins and roll up the product to create those gorgeous pinwheel rolls. All of this happens before your eyes and is ready in less than two minutes. It’s definitely worth venturing out for.
Chills360 opens in Fort Worth on December 18.
Tacodeli is bringing quality tacos to North Dallas with the new Tacodeli. Located in the Hill, a new eco-friendly mix-use development, Tacodeli will be serving up your favorite Mexican concoctions. The Austin-based chain uses fresh ingredients giving you a light indulgence that won’t have you regretting your choice throughout the day. Make sure you get queso fresco on your tacos to really get the full experience. Plus, it will help balance out the spices that come with their dishes.
Tacodeli opened in North Dallas on December 11.
City Works: Fort Worth
If you are looking for a laid-back environment with good food and better drinks, make your way over to The Shops at Clearfork to try out City Works. The modern American eatery and pour house dishes out your classics with a twist, like their Duck Confit Nachos served on wonton chips and Short Rib Poutine topped with bleu cheese breadcrumbs. Venture over to the bar to choose from the restaurant’s 90 craft beers on draft to round out your meal. Sounds like a great place to watch the game or have a sophisticated night out on the town.
City Works opened in Fort Worth on December 9.
Legacy Hall: Plano
If there will ever be a food amusement park, it would have to compete with Legacy Hall up in Legacy West. It’s the best answer to, "Well what are you hungry for?" The 55,000-square-foot food hall includes 22 different vendors serving up all kinds of food. Guests can try out everything from bao sandwiches to lobster rolls to waffle sundaes to donut sandwiches. And the stalls are lead by some of Dallas’ most renowned restaurant groups known for churning out quality cuisine. You may even see some celebrity chefs like Chef John Tesar and Chef Tiffany Derry working away in their own stalls. Plus, the food hall has several bars and a brewery all under the same roof. You can’t go wrong once you walk through their doors.
Legacy Hall opened in Plano on December 6.
Taste Community Restaurant
Taste Community Restaurant is talking food insecurity one plate at a time. Fort Worth’s newest nonprofit restaurant has a goal of feeding, educating and serving those in Tarrant County that struggle with food insecurity. This is an issue that one in six Americans faces everyday as they worry how they can come across their next meal. The restaurant’s pay-what-you-can model helps everyone enjoy a healthy meal regardless of their income. Guests can come in and pay what they can afford, pay what they would normally for the quality of food they are receiving or pay a little extra to help keep the restaurant afloat.
Taste Community Restaurant opened in Fort Worth on December 5.
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