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2023 restaurant openings and closures

Here’s a look at the new restaurants on the scene and those that have closed their doors.

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The Beast & Company is a collaboration between founder Dustin Lee and Michael Arlt. | Photo by @beastandcompanydftw

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Consider this your local foodie news wire — from popular restaurants suddenly closing to new eateries opening their doors, here’s what’s happening around Fort Worth.

Recently closed

La Onda | The Race Street seafood restaurant closed earlier this week, but the owners said it’s not the end of the road.

Thirty Eight & Vine | The Foundry District wine bar closed earlier this month + is selling its inventory.

The Beast and Company | The upscale restaurant opened last spring on Magnolia Avenue but closed due to financial strain on April 3.

Blue Butterfly Cafe | Last month, the clean-eating cafe closed its Camp Bowie shop.

Original Mexican Eats Cafe | The Camp Bowie diner will close at the end of June and consolidate its operations at its newest restaurant The Original Del Norte.

Edelweiss German Restaurant | The German eatery in Benbrook Traffic Circle closed last month and is working on finding a new location.

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Gold Handle Coffee is located inside the former Railcar Coffee & Spirits. | Photo by FTWtoday

Recently opened

Lolas Cuban Food | The popular food truck is serving traditional Cuban cuisine at its first brick-and-mortar in Cityview Centre.

Quince | The restaurant opened in March in WestBend serving ceviche, sushi, and American bites.

Heirloom Garden Cafe | The farm-to-table eatery recently opened a food truck at Archie’s Gardenland on the west side.

Gold Handle Coffee Co. | The Duke-inspired coffee shop in the Stockyards is serving up coffee and spirits with decor inspired by John Wayne.

Koe Wetzel’s Riot Room | Country artist Koe Wetzel is behind this new West 7th bar and restaurant.

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