Written by Dixya Bhattarai.
Coco Shrimp, a Hawaiian-style shrimp shack, gained a loyal following when they started out as the first and only mobile-seafood restaurant in Fort Worth. Their first brick-and-mortar opened in December 2019 and is located at 318 Bryan Ave in Fort Worth. The Coco Shrimp family is now expanding to Heritage Trace Parkway. The construction is already in the works, and there will be a drive-through at this location.
Coco Shrimp is inspired by the great flavors & the relaxed island lifestyle of Hawaii, and they are excited to bring a taste of Hawaii back to their hometown!
Food Truck – 4440 Basswood Blvd, Fort Worth, TX
Brick-and-Mortar – 318 Bryan Ave, Fort Worth, TX
The world’s largest honky-tonk, known for its concerts, two-stepping, and bull-riding, is now reopened as a restaurant. Billy Bob’s closed in June when the bars in Fort Worth were mandated to shut down. They have restructured the business, obtained new permits, and will be utilizing their on-site kitchen to serve dishes like a BBQ sandwich, Chicken Fried Steak, and Ribeyes!
Bull riding is suspended until further notice but live shows/concerts have resumed with limited capacity.