Another round of businesses at The Shops at Clearfork are about to make it official, as seven shopping and dining spots are opening their doors in October. The new offerings at Fort Worth's newest luxury shopping center range from wine to noodles to bling.
The center, which boasts home furnishing and specialty retailers, entertainment, and offices, is rolling out openings in waves. Neiman Marcus, the anchor, opened with a splash in February. An array of home furnishing and specialty retailers opened in September, including Louis Vuitton, Tory Burch, Elaine Turner, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Z Gallerie, and Arhaus.
October's openings include:
Burberry is the global British luxury brand known for its iconic plaid of camel with red, black, and white stripes. The store is located on the corner of Gave Avenue and Monahans Avenue, and will sell menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, accessories, and beauty.
Tiffany & Co. is the legendary New York jeweler with the iconic blue box trimmed with white ribbon. The store has an ironclad policy of never allowing a box to be taken out of the building unless it accompanies a purchase. No pilfering of the boxes is tolerated. This will be its first store in Fort Worth, and its merchandise will include Tiffany HardWear, the new collection launched with Lady Gaga earlier this year. Tiffany & Co will be located on Monahans Avenue across from Neiman Marcus.
Kendra Scott is the hugely popular accessories company founded in 2002. They sell necklaces, bracelets, and rings with large, flat, colorful stones worn by celebrities such as Paris Hilton. The boutique will be on Marathon Avenue across from The Plaza.
Hemline is the New Orleans-based clothes boutique that carries unique brands for women. Hemline has more than 20 locations. The Fort Worth store will be on Monahans Avenue near Neiman Marcus.
Joy Macarons is the Dallas-born macaron company now open on Madison Avenue, bringing visual beauty, delicate texture, and intense flavors of macarons.
Malai Kitchen is the Dallas-born Thai-Vietnamese restaurant chain serving Asian dishes such as green curry chicken. Their menu incorporates vegetarian, vegan friendly, and gluten-free options. Located on the corner of Monahans Avenue and Trailhead Bend Way, this is the third Malai, following the original in Dallas' West Village and a second in Southlake.
Crú Food & Wine Bar is the place to explore the world of wine, with over 350 selections and 60 premium wines offered by the glass and flight. Food consists of shared appetizers and individual-sized gourmet pizzas. They're located on the corner of Marathon Avenue and Gage Avenue.
Still to come: B&B Butchers & Restaurant, City Works Eatery and Pour House, Mesero, Doc B's Fresh Kitchen, Fixe, Luna Grill, Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar, AMC Theatres, and Pinstripes.
The Shops at Clearfork sits on the former Edwards Ranch family cattle operation, now occupied by many historic landmarks.