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John Pritchett founded Wild Acre Brewing Company in 2015 after an 18-year career in beer distribution out of a love for the beer industry, beer itself, and in particular, the opportunity to participate in the creative energy fostered by craft breweries throughout Texas and the US with a self-designed strategy and team of unique and passionate people.
1734 E El Paso St
Lucile’s is a full service restaurant and bar serving lunch and dinner seven days a week and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. The menu is centered around “American Food Classics,” popular American dishes made from classic recipes updated to today’s lifestyle. Daily blackboard features offer a variety of fresh seafood and homemade soup that change daily. The bar features an array of our award winning martinis, a variety of wines, bottle and draught beer.
4700 Camp Bowie Blvd
We handcraft frozen treats that make you feel as great as they taste! Our new Pop Shop is located at 411 South Main Street, part of The 4 Eleven in the new South Main Village of Fort Worth! We celebrated our opening Tuesday, March 20, 2018 to celebrate the first official day of Spring! Our handcrafted gourmet pops will make you feel as great as they taste! We use fresh, all-natural ingredients in delicious flavors for all ages! Pop by to find your new favorite flavor!
411 South Main Street
Taste-N-See’s kitchen is well known for two things: It doesn’t skimp on portions, and it knows how to make huge, moist, flavorful chicken. When you go, it’s mandatory that you try one of the chicken-and-waffle combos. If you don’t want breakfast for lunch (or dinner), Taste-N-See offers a decent selection of burgers, fish, and other Southern soul-food classics such as shrimp and grits with sides of red beans and mac 'n' cheese.
2880 W Berry St
Delucca Gaucho Pizza is a culinary experience unlike anything else, inspired by an old and unique way of enjoying pizzas that has its roots in the gaucho’s land of South America. Over a century ago, thousands of Italians immigrated to South Brazil and soon, they were sharing their tables, food, and wine, with the native gauchos. Both Italians and gauchos shared a passion for rustic cooking and abundant food.
2001 W Southlake Blvd
Miss the taste of fresh jambalaya? Stop in Cajun Corner and get your Cajun fix. Eat healthy and feel better with Cajun Corner's low-fat and gluten-free plates. Grab the kids when you head to this restaurant — its family-oriented menu and ambience are perfect for the whole clan. You'll find most people wearing their favorite T-shirt and pair of jeans, as casual dining is Cajun Corner's style.
2304 W Park Row Dr.
Inspired by a healthy, outdoor lifestyle, bartaco combines fresh, upscale street food with a coastal vibe in a relaxed environment. bartaco is specialty cocktails crafted with fresh-squeezed juices, beer out of a bottle, and hand-held foods delivered on metal trays. The rustic design complements the spirited bold and bright flavors of bartaco’s eclectic menu. The stylish ambience, cocktails, and freshly prepared tacos and “not tacos” create an unforgettable experience.
1701 River Run
Texas de Brazil Brazilian Steakhouse, is carving a new experience in dining. This continuous dining restaurant embraces a time-honored tradition of churrasco-style cooking, which was adopted from the gauchos, or Brazilian cowboys of Rio Grande do Sul, a region in Southern Brazil. The menu features various cuts of perfectly seasoned beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausage all slow-roasted over an open-flame and carved at the table by the restaurant’s experienced gauchos.
101 N Houston St.
Ring of Honor Kitchen & Bar's food, drinks and inviting atmosphere offers a unique dining experience for the Grapevine area. Award winning Executive Chef Kevin Grafton, serves up a wide variety of rustic dishes and bar food, with the occasional global inflection. Paying homage to the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor Members. You will love the food and atmosphere.
1600 Fairway Drive