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5 new eateries around the 817

We hope you’re hungry because Cowtown is about to get a whole lot tastier with these new and upcoming eateries.


The riverside patio spot is headed to Parker County.

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If you’re starving for Fort Worth food news, today’s your lucky day. Five new and upcoming restaurants are on this morning’s menu.

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Eggtastic Brunch Cafe & Coffee Roastery, Alliance
We’re egg-static for this breakfast spot that recently opened in Alliance Town Center. Stop in for a deep-fried cinnamon roll or a plate of migas + wash it down with an avocado-pineapple margarita with a tajin rim.

Jeremiah’s Italian Ice, Keller
A new frozen dessert shop opened at 2122 Rufe Snow Dr. yesterday. The Florida-based chain serves 40+ flavors of Italian ice and soft-serve ice cream. Can’t decide which one you want? No problem, just order a Jeremiah’s Gelati with layers of both.

☕️ Coming Soon

Ampersand, DFW Airport
Soon you’ll be able to grab your local brew on your way to catch your flight because the coffee shop is opening a new location in Terminal C this fall. For now, stop by the West 7th or TCU location for your morning cup of Joe.

Press Cafe, Aledo
The popular patio restaurant in Clearfork is planning a second location 20 minutes west of the original. Owned by Felipe Armenta’s restaurant group FAR Out Hospitality, the American eatery will take over the former Bistro 1031 location at 109 S. Front St. this fall.

Snap Kitchen, West 7th
Crockett Row will get a new healthy option this summer. Real estate manager Younger Partners leased a space at to Snap Kitchen at 2941 W. 7th St. for ready-to-eat-meals made with local ingredients. The chain currently has a location across the street next to Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

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