Written by Dixya Bhattarai.
Photo courtesy of Southlake Style.
The Biscuit Bar
This Plano-based, biscuit-centric casual restaurant is a new addition at the Mule Alley redevelopment project in the Fort Worth Stockyards. They serve a variety of savory and sweet Southern classics on a biscuit, all of which are made from scratch, in-house and daily. Currently, there are a total of four locations in the DFW area: Plano, SMU/Highland Park, Deep Ellum and North Arlington.
The Biscuit Bar is celebrating its grand opening on Friday, August 28th & Saturday, August 29th from 4 to 8 p.m with a music-filled event “Biscuits & Jams.”
Former Gypsy Scoops location at Race Street is now home to La Onda, Latin-themed seafood restaurant and bar. The menu will celebrate raw and cooked seafood featuring the best of the East Coast, West Coast and Alaska. The bar will focus heavily on tequila, mezcal, sotol and pisco based craft cocktails as well as liquors infused with fruits and herbs local to South American regions. Chef Victor Villarreal and his wife Misty Villarreal are currently planning for an October opening.
Tulips Fort Worth
The former Collective brewery is transformed into a mid-size music venue with a full bar service, coffee bar with an espresso machine, draft cold brews and lattes, and coffee-based cocktails. The plan also includes an outdoor patio that will offer rotating food trucks and specialty events. Due to concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus and government restrictions, Tulips grand opening plan has now been set for February 27th.