A 1920s home will be transformed into a restaurant in the River District

The abandoned home on Roberts Cutoff Road will be renovated into a restaurant with a patio and beer garden.

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The 1920s bungalow-style home will be transformed into a casual restaurant. | Photo via Loopnet

A 1920s bungalow-style house will be transformed into a 2,700-sqft restaurant in the heart of the River District.

According to a state filing, the restaurant will be called Crystal Springs Hideaway and will be located at 113 Roberts Cutoff Rd. — across the street from the Crystal Springs apartment complex. Other popular restaurants in the area include Heim Barbecue, Salsa Limón, and Lettuce Cook.

The listing names J.D. Granger — the former Executive Director of the Trinity River Vision Authority — as the owner. Fort Worth firm Fender-Andrade Architects will oversee the designs.

Construction on the site is expected to begin later this month and wrap up by the spring of 2024. The renovation is expected to cost about $500,000 and will incorporate the water tower that sits out back.

The vision for Crystal Springs Hideaway will include casual dining with a beer garden and a dog-friendly patio.

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