6 new restaurants in Fort Worth, TX

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Are you hungry, Fort Worth? We certainly are — especially with all the new and upcoming restaurants around town. We’re making our fall food bucket list and can’t wait to try these new eateries. From upscale oysters on the half shell to good ol’ fashioned turkey legs, there’s a plate for every palate.

On the table 🍽️

Chow down at these recently opened restaurants.

Caterina’s, 128 E. Exchange Ave. Ste. 620
Chef Tim Love’s newest Cowtown restaurant opened at the end of July and is serving pure Italian meals in the Stockyards. Suit up and settle in for a plate of bucatini or coniglio.

Turkey Den, 1201 Oakland Blvd.
Not just fair food, level up your turkey leg with shrimp, sausage, and pasta at this eastside steakhouse that opened last month.

Leo’s Churro Bar, 105 S. Main St.
This new food truck has been taking churros to the next level since it opened two weeks ago in SoMa Micro Park. Try a churro cereal sundae with Cinnamon Toast Crunch or Fruity Pebbles.

In the warmer 🥣

Crank up the heat for these upcoming eateries.

Pie Tap Pizza Workshop + Bar, 1305 W. Magnolia Ave.
The Dallas-based pizza concept has filed a liquor license for a location near Great Harvest Bread Co. Pair a handmade pie with wine and beer on tap. Stay tuned for an opening date.

Hudson House, 4600 Dexter Ave.
The iconic Ice House building off Camp Bowie Boulevard put up a coming soon sign for fresh oysters, chilled shrimp cocktail, and Nantucket chowder in Into the Garden’s former location. We’ll keep you updated on timeline.

Taste Community Restaurant, 200 N. Cooper St., Arlington
The pay-what-you-can nonprofit is setting up a second location in downtown Arlington with fresh seasonal recipes for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Currently in design, the kitchen intends to start fighting food insecurity at the end of 2023.

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