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North Fort Worth growth: Food, beverage, and grocery

North Fort Worth growth is nothing short of remarkable, but let’s break it down into categories and start with food options.


Parry’s Pizza, a Colorado-based chain, recently opened in north Fort Worth.

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North Fort Worthhasgrown massively in the past few years. Let’s look at it from just one perspective: food.

There are varying ideas of what comprises “north Fort Worth,” with Hillwood offering one map spanning from Costco on the southern side to Argyle in the north, with Trophy Club and Haslet as east-west boundaries. North Fort Worth Alliance provides different geographic borders — North Tarrant Parkway on the south, Highway 377 to the east, Highway 156 (Blue Mound Road) to the west, and Highway 114 to the north. (That map includes parts of Denton County).


  • H-E-B Alliance opened in early April.
  • Sprouts opened a location at 4525 W. Bailey Boswell Rd. in late June.


  • Parry’s Pizza opened in April with 72 taps + some delectable Polo Grounds Parm Bites.
  • Delucca Gaucho Pizzeria and Wine opened in mid-May, featuring five courses for $25.95.
  • 360 Brunch House arrived this spring in the same complex as H-E-B; it’s open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily.
  • Hash Kitchen, billed as “home of the original BYO Bloody Mary bar,” also opened in the same complex.
  • Coming Soon: HG Sply Co. plans to open this fall or winter with seating for 220+, in addition to a multi-level patio with 108 more seats outside.

Cafes + breweries

  • BOBO Bites opened its second location at 841 N. Tarrant Pkwy., specializing in Vietnamese sweet treats and teas.
  • Spurs Gelato, owned by a 70-year-old former San Francisco cop, recently opened at 5601 Basswood Blvd.
  • Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style now dishes out kalua pig + pulehu chicken in Alliance.
  • Three Wide Brewing, located very close to Texas Motor Speedway, opened in early March.

However you slice it, north Fort Worth is a major avenue of growth for the city, and the food and beverage industry represents a huge chunk of that. Stay tuned for more coverage of the commercial development.

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