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1. New cafe in North Fort Worth does eggtastic breakfast, brunch, and lunch. There's an exciting new restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch in Fort Worth's Alliance Town Center: Called Eggtastic Brunch Cafe, it's located at 9160 North Fwy. #452, in the same shopping center as Sam Moon, where it opened in mid-April and is already drawing raves from locals for its hearty and well-made dishes, doting service, and cheerful bright atmosphere.

2. Fort Worth chef Tim Love cooks up collection of premium jeans and accessories. Fort Worth chef Tim Love’s next project trades chef’s whites for blue jeans: Love Collection, his debut line of premium women's and men's apparel and accessories, launched Friday, May 19 online and at one of Love’s properties in the Fort Worth Stockyards.

3. Burleson's Jellystone Park unlocks grain bin cabins, covered wagons, and tipis for summer glamping. Ahead of the busy summer travel season, the North Texas Jellystone Park in Burleson has added a few of the coolest new "glamping" accommodations in Texas. Furnished tipis, covered wagons, and grain bin cabins opened to guests on May 19.

4. New lagoon-waterpark with lazy river dives into Dallas-Fort Worth. A long-awaited waterpark in Cedar Hill is debuting Memorial Day weekend with two of Texas' favorite splashy attractions: a lagoon and lazy river. The Lagoon at Virginia Weaver Park will open Saturday, May 27 after more than a year in development.

5. Action-packed Fast X drives home the ridiculousness of series' premise. Believe it or not, we are now over 20 years into the existence of the Fast & the Furious franchise, evolving from a street-racing story to one that could be compared to the Mission: Impossible and James Bond series. Our critic reviews the latest entry, Fast X.


New cafe in North Fort Worth does eggtastic breakfast, brunch, and lunch

Brunch News

There's an exciting new restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch in Fort Worth's Alliance Town Center: Called Eggtastic Brunch Cafe, it's located at 9160 North Fwy. #452, in the same shopping center as Sam Moon, where it opened in mid-April and is already drawing raves from locals for its hearty and well-made dishes, doting service, and cheerful bright atmosphere.

The menu includes omelets, pancakes in a wide assortment of varieties, benedicts, skillets, crepes, and specials such as steak & eggs featuring a substantial 8-ounce ribeye with a side of golden Waffle-House-style hash browns.

They take basics like French toast and give them a little something extra, via treatments such as banana & Nutella French toast with slices of fresh banana. There's also a cinnamon roll option, dipped in batter and fried, then topped with cream cheese icing.

There's biscuits & gravy, migas, a breakfast sandwich with bacon, egg, & American cheese on choice of bagel or croissant, and a breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, tomato, onion, jalapeño, Monterey Jack & cheddar, and hash browns in a flour tortilla.

They do a "sweet combo" option with eggs, choice of bacon, ham, or sausage, and choice of two pancakes, French toast, crepes, or waffles. They also cover the "healthy" category with avocado toast, and a granola bowl with berries and yogurt.

Lunch options include salads such as Cobb and chicken Caesar, chicken-fried chicken and chicken-fried steak, burgers - including one topped with fried egg & American cheese, as well as a Beyond burger option - sandwiches, and wraps.

On trend with breakfast and brunch restaurants, they also offer cocktails ranging from mimosas and bloody Marys to an avocado margarita with pineapple & spicy tajin; an Irish coffee with Bailey's and Jameson; and the luscious-sounding Abuletias Con Cafe, with Don Julio Blanco, Abuelita chocolate, coffee, and whipped cream, a bargain at $9.

The restaurant is the newest venture from the Kim family, who own a number of restaurants in the area including Hanabi Hibachi and Sushi, right across from Eggtastic.

Co-owner Ted Kim says they love doing breakfast and brunch, but that they've expanded into a new arena at Eggtastic.

"This is our first restaurant that incorporates a commercial coffee roaster outlet," Kim says.

They're using the beans for their in-house coffee program, which runs the gamut from espresso drinks to straight brewed coffee, and they're also selling roasted beans, roasted from light to medium to dark.

"We're sourcing green beans from coffee growers around the world - that's been a highlight for us," Kim says.


New French-inspired cafe in Arlington serves breakfast and brunch all day

Brunch News

There's an elegant, independently-owned breakfast and brunch restaurant newly opened in Arlington with some fresh and creative takes on the same old morning fare. Called Lac Bleu Brunch Cafe, it's a French-inspired brunch restaurant that just opened at 3990 N. Collins St. #116, in a small center across from Lake Viridian — "Lac Bleu" is French for "blue lake."

They're serving brekky basics such as omelets, pancakes, and French toast, but often with a fun little twist. For example, with your classic breakfast of eggs, sausage, and bacon, you can get a choice of toast or one of a quartet of little "sweets" that include mini-waffles and mini-pancakes.

And here's another twist: There are three neat breakfast bowls all using hashbrowns as a base. Hashbrowns!

As follows:

  • Meaty, hashbrowns topped with bacon, sausage, ham, & eggs - kind of like a standard breakfast plate, but all rolled into a bowl.
  • Veggie, hashbrowns with spinach, mushroom, onion, tomato, pepper, eggs, and optional plant-based sausage, which is cool.
  • Farmers, hashbrowns topped with sausage, bacon, or ham, plus eggs, sauteed onions, & peppers.

Benedicts come in three varieties: with Canadian bacon & Hollandaise, with cream cheese & lox, or a California benedict with avocado and tomato.

Breakfast sandwiches include the buzzy Croque Monsier, which they describe as ham and Swiss on sourdough and "an outer layer of cheese"; and croque Madame, like a Monsier, but with the addition of a sunny-side egg.

Lunch options include a cheeseburger, a Beyond burger, and a quartet of panini: chicken pesto, Caprese with spinach-tomato-mozzarella cheese, a French dip with roast beef, caramelized onions, & provolone, and a turkey-cranberry with Swiss cheese.

A healthy section features toasts: avocado toast, peanut-butter, and a delicate cream cheese with sliced cucumber. There's also oatmeal with fruit, granola-yogurt bowl, and two chia puddings, also healthy, with choice of almond milk or coconut milk.

There are hot and cold coffee and espresso drinks and a selection of cocktails that include mimosas, bellinis, a St. Germain margarita, a screwdriver, and a tequila sunrise, how cool is that.

Lac Bleu is actually a spinoff of Egg Bar Brunch, its sister restaurant in South Arlington which opened at 457 E. Interstate 20, #121 in early 2021. Egg Bar has a significantly larger menu that extends into categories like pizza, not to mention a machine on-site that squeezes fresh orange juice for the mimosas. Lac Bleu is smaller, more refined, and healthier.

Either way, both locations serve breakfast all day. (Well, "all day" in this case is "until 3 pm" since that is when they close.)

"We take pride in our passion for fresh ingredients, honest cooking, and an enjoyable atmosphere," says spokesperson Junghwan Sung.


Get Mother's Day 2023 brunch at these restaurants in Fort Worth

Brunch News

One of the best (and surely easiest) ways to spoil mom on Mother’s Day is brunch. That's why it's so popular! A celebratory meal and you've shown what a good daughter or son you really are.

Mother's Day 2023 is May 14, meaning that it's not too soon to form a plan and make a reservation. We're here with a list of all the restaurants around Fort Worth that are hosting this most special of meals.

Here's where to get Mother's Day brunch in Fort Worth:

B & B Butcher's Shop. Brunch with live music, balloon artist, and photo-ops, plus complimentary mimosa or bellini for mom. Menu includes hash, egg white omelet, chilaquiles, benedicts, chicken & waffles, pancakes, bagel with lox, French dip, reuben, steaks, seafood, and sides. 10 am-3 pm. Also open for dinner 4-9 pm. 817-737-5212.

Blue Mesa Grill. Brunch features carving station with brisket, glazed ham, glazed salmon, and poblano cheese-stuffed chicken breast; plus Belgian waffles, fried chicken, biscuits & gravy, frittatas, omelets, build-your-own street taco station, Adobe Pie, blue corn cheese enchiladas, sweet corn cake, Chimayo corn, salads, coconut lime tres leches cake, churros with chocolate & cajeta sauces, banana pudding, mini flans (honey, cheesecake, and mango), and fudge brownies. $35, or $10 for 11 and under. 8 am-4 pm. 817-332-6372.

The Capital Grille. Brunch specials include lobster frittata with poached lobster tails, bone-in dry-aged NY strip & eggs, 8-ounce filet mignon with white cheddar hash browns, smoked salmon, and caviar. Mimosas and glasses of Champagne. 10 am-2 pm. A La Carte dinner available all day.

Cru. 3-course brunch includes appetizer, entree, and dessert with choices from goat cheese beignets, tenderloin & eggs, crab cake benedict, lobster & saffron risotto with poached egg, chocolate molten cake, and lemon pound cake with blueberry compote and lemon curd. $48. 10 am-3 pm. 817-737-9463.

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse. Specials for the entire Mother's Day weekend include a Chef's Feature surf & turf with 8-oz Filet Mignon with a Petite Cold Water Lobster Tail for $74; and the Bella Madre cocktail with Grey Goose White Peach & Rosemary, Aperol, Lemon, Monin White Peach Syrup, and Prosecco for $18. May 12-14. 817-877-3999.

Eddie V's. Three-course brunch menu includes cinnamon roll, lobster quiche florentine with fuji apple salad, avocado & crab on brioche toast, or steak & eggs with potatoes au gratin and red-eye gravy. Mimosas, bloody marys, bellinis, and brunch cocktails available as enhancements. A la carte dinner options available. 10 am-2 pm. 817-336-8000.

Ellerbe Fine Foods. 3-course brunch plus amuse includes choices from ricotta tartlet, yellow squash & kalamatas, chilled market vegetables with ranch dressing and microgreens, BLT creamy tomato soup with arugula pistou, citrus garlic shrimp with risotto, Louisiana grillades & grits with Texas Wagyu beef, Florentine biscuit & eggs, and lemon berry tiramisu. $68. Kids menu includes noodles with peas & carrots or grilled cheese sandwich, $34. 10 am-3 pm. 817-926-3663.

Fish City Grill. Mother's Day features include halibut with cherry tomato relish and lemon rice for $30; shrimp & chicken penne alfredo for $17; and watermelon margarita, with El Jimador Blanco tequila and fresh watermelon puree for $9. Mansfield, Southlake.

Grace. Open for brunch and dinner with new dishes including lamb chops with cauliflower purée and golden raisin chutney; Windy Meadows chicken confit leg and thighs with asparagus, cippolini onions, Yukon gold potatoes, and tomato; and Atlantic halibut with shellfish bisque, prawns, Savoy cabbage, and zucchini. 10:30 am-2 pm, 4-8 pm. 817-877-3388.

Hearsay Arlington. 4-course brunch includes choices from smoked salmon; crisp breads with smashed summer peas, avocado, feta, & microgreens; eggplant caprese; Heirloom tomato soup; pork roulade stuffed with chorizo & spinach; Brie & blue crab quiche; rosemary smoked half chicken with whipped beet mash; filet mignon with Boursin-mashed potatoes; seabass with summer pea puree & prosciutto-wrapped asparagus; spinach-lobster omelet with potato latkes; bourbon pecan pie, or carrot cake. 10 am-3 pm. $65. 817-591-1700.

Hotel Vin, Autograph Collection. Brunch features bottomless mom-osas, salmon, prime rib, raw seafood bar, pasta, omelets, French toast, and waffles. 7 am-3 pm. $90. 817-251-3040.

Las Colinas Resort. Brunch in the ballroom with Texas redfish, chicken cacciatore, soup, salad, charcuterie, poached prawns, crab claws, crab legs, oysters, smoked salmon and sushi bar, waffles, pancakes, carving and egg stations, pasta bar, and Grand Dessert Hall includes crepes, beignets, opera cake, chocolate praline eclairs, pistachio pear galette, raspberry rose gateaux, and passionfruit pavlova. $150, or $50 12 and under. 11 am-2:30 pm. 972-717-2420.

LAW. Restaurant at Las Colinas Resort has traditional Sunday brunch buffet with kids' menus and vegan options. $62. 11 am-2:30 pm. 972-717-2420.

Malai Kitchen. Brunch includes banh mi French toast, Thai eggs benedict, fried rice “over easy”, spicy bloody Marys, and mimosas. Price varies. 11 am-3 pm. Southlake 817-251-9141, Fort Worth 682-707-3959.

97 West Kitchen & Bar. Three-course brunch include choices from blueberry & lemon angel food cake, French toast, smoked salmon Florentine Benedict, chicken & waffles, guajillo mahi tacos, and family-style dessert. $59, or $25 for 12 and under. 682-255-6497.

Omni Hotel Fort Worth. Brunch includes pastries, cheese & charcuterie, pasta station, prime rib, coq au vin, banana leaf-wrapped salmon, Waldorf salad, beet salad, pancakes, chocolate-banana bread pudding, cakes, cupcakes, tarts, chocolate creme brulee. $68, or $40 for 12 and under. 11 am-3 pm. 817-350-4106.

Pinstripes. Brunch features specials including an Egg White “Mom-Let”, a Lobster & Egg Bruschetta, Steak & Eggs, Chicken & Waffles, and Smoked Salmon Flatbread. Bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys, plus bowling or bocce. 10 am-3 pm. 682-352-0808.

Reata. Special brunch includes huevos rancheros, eggs benedict, steak & eggs, chicken Caesar salad, 6-ounce tenderloin with mashed potatoes & vegetables, and stacked chicken enchiladas with tomatillo cream sauce. Prices a la carte. 11 am-2:30 pm. 817-336-1009.

Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. 3-course brunch includes 6-oz filet with spicy crab, burgers, blackened chicken Caesar salad,

Shell Shack. Two special dinner boils accompanied by a glass of champagne include lobster tail and snow crab cluster with corn and potatoes for $35, or two snow crab clusters with corn and potatoes for $24.

Silver Fox. Full menu plus Mother's Day special: beef tenderloin benedict, with poached egg, hollandaise, asparagus, and fingerling potatoes, for $60. Drink specials include a Bloody Mary with Tito’s Handmade Vodka for $18, and a Mimosa for $12. 11 am-4 pm. 817-332-9060.

Taste Project. Special pay-what-you-can brunch. Chef Jeff and their team of volunteers will prepare a special menu. Everyone is welcome regardless of means. Guests can do one of the following: Pay what you can afford, Pay what you would typically pay, or Pay what you would typically, plus a little extra. 9 am-2 pm. 817-759-9045.

Toro Toro. Pan Latin-inspired brunch features cold seafood station, salad bar, street corn, flat iron steak, egg station, omelets, Mexican frittata, huevos rancheros, arepas Venezolanas, seasonal fruit, cheese, charcuterie, strawberry creme brulee, Belgian waffles, and chocolate cake. $85. 10 am-2 pm. 817-975-9895.

Truluck's. Specials include a Summer Romance cocktail with vodka, Ramazotti Rosato, cava, and raspberries, plus a Young Adults menu of familiar favorites with a Truluck’s twist.11 am-8 pm. Southlake, 817-912-0500.

Whistle Britches. Brunch features chef Omar Flores' fried chicken and biscuits, chicken & waffles, tenders, challah French toast, and chicken benny. Southlake 817-912-1096.


Stephanie Allmon Merry contributed to this story.

Photo courtesy of Caterina's

Fort Worth's most romantic bars top this week's 5 hottest headlines

This week's hot headlines

Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.

1. Where to drink in Fort Worth right now: 7 best bars for romantic date-night cocktails. Celebrate love with luxurious cocktails all month long at these seven bars that just ooze elegance. Some offer dimly lit nooks for intimate seating while others present drinks whipped, shaken, and stirred with a flamboyant show.

2. 3 Fort Worth restaurants make Texas Monthly's list of best new spots in the state. Texas Monthly editor Patricia Sharpe has published her list of Texas' Best New Restaurants in 2023. One Fort Worth Mexican restaurant makes the list: Don Artemio, the upscale Mexican restaurant in the Museum District. Tim Love’s Italian restaurant Caterina’s and the revamped Paris Coffee Shop make the list of honorable mentions.

3. Texas literary giant Larry McMurtry's personal estate up for grabs at auction. The partial estate of one of the Lone Star State's most esteemed and prolific writers, Larry McMurtry, is about to go to auction — and fans will be able to get a first glimpse online. Taking place at San Antonio-based Vogt Auction Galleries on May 29, "The Estate of Larry McMurtry" auction will include items from the author's home in Archer City, Texas, including his writing desk, typewriters, artwork, and much more.

4. Huckleberry's bountiful breakfasts with Cajun twist to debut in Keller. There's big breakfast news for residents of Keller and beyond: Huckleberry's, a breakfast-and-lunch chain based in California, is opening a location in Keller at 711 Keller Pkwy., in a former location of Dickey's Barbecue Pit.

5. Willie Nelson is back at the ranch with a smokin' hot lineup for 2023 Luck Reunion. Willie Nelson says he's never been accused of being normal, and that's certainly true of his alternative music festival Luck Reunion. Returning for its 11th year, Luck Reunion is expanding from one day to three, featuring one-of-a-kind culinary and music experiences, March 15-19.


Huckleberry's bountiful breakfasts with Cajun twist to debut in Keller

Pancake News

There's big breakfast news for residents of Keller and beyond: Huckleberry's, a breakfast-and-lunch chain based in California, is opening a location in Keller at 711 Keller Pkwy., in a former location of Dickey's Barbecue Pit.

According to a post from the city of Keller, the bodacious new breakfast spot will open in June. There are also plans to open a location in Sachse, later in 2023.

Billed as "Southern cookin' with a California twist," Huckleberry's takes a Cajun spin on breakfast. Signatures include stuffed French toast and a category called "skillet hotties" featuring eggs topped with Cajun ingredients such as Andouille sausage and shrimp.

Other favorites include Creole catfish, chicken-fried steak, shrimp po' boys, and fried green tomatoes.

Too bad they're not already open because their Mardi Gras beignet sitting on vanilla cream and topped with fresh fruit would surely have made our list of Mardi Gras treats.

Lunch includes items like the spicy Bayou chicken sandwich as well as a California chicken sandwich.

They deploy a Southern-themed atmosphere with a log cabin exterior (not unlike Black Bear Diner, a similar concept, also based in California) and river rock pillared patios. The interior features weeping willow trees, firefly pinpoint lights, and Zydeco music playing in the background.

Huckleberry's is part of Heritage Restaurant Brands, which also oversees Cool Hand Luke’s Steakhouse/Saloon and Perko’s Cafe Grill.

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'Yellowstone' stars to greet fans at Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo

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Yellowstone fans, get your comfy shoes ready - there'll be a long line for this one. Cole Hauser a.k.a. "Rip Wheeler" on Yellowstone, and Taylor Sheridan, the show's co-creator, executive producer, and director of the series, will meet fans and sign autographs at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.

The event will take place from 4:30-6:30 pm only on Friday, February 3. Location is the 6666 Ranch booth near the south end of Aisle 700 in the Amon G. Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall.

According to a February 2 announcement from FWSSR, "fans will have the opportunity to snag an autograph as well as purchase some distinctive Yellowstone and 6666 Ranch merchandise while also enjoying all the features the Stock Show offers."

The event is free to attend (with paid Stock Show admission) and open to the public.

It's the second year in a row for Hauser to appear at FWSSR; in 2022, he and fellow cast mates drew huge crowds.

Sheridan, a Paschal High School graduate, is no stranger to Fort Worth; he lives in a ranch near Weatherford and filmed 1883, the prequel to Yellowstone, in and around Fort Worth. Currently, another spinoff, 1883: The Bass Reeves Story, is filming in North Texas.

The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo is winding up its 2023 run on Saturday, February 4.

The Alamo previews awe-inspiring new exhibit ahead of 2024 debut


Ask first-time visitors about their experience at the Alamo, and you're likely to hear a frequent refrain: the grounds are so small. But that's slowly changing with ambitious plans to bring the site's original footprint back to life.

Starting May 25, visitors have been getting a sneak peek at the complex's newest structure, the Mission Gate and Lunette exhibit, before it officially opens in 2024. Funded in part by a $3 million donation from the Joan and Herb Kelleher Charitable Foundation, the exhibition gives guests a broader understanding of the Alamo's scale.

The historical re-creation was crafted by lauded San Antonio artist Carlos Cortés. A third-generation concrete faux bois artisan, his work is featured throughout the city, most notably on the River Walk, where his fantastical The Grotto greets thousands of Museum Reach visitors each year.

The life-size sculpture stands in for the original main gate of the fort at the southern boundary of the complex. Cannons and placards scattered throughout give crucial context to the structure. Though early renderings show the beams and spiked fence with more verisimilitude, the forms currently stand in ghostly concrete — inviting quiet contemplation.

When the exhibit is finished next year, guests will be more fully immersed in the hallowed grounds, which extend far beyond the walls of the iconic Church and Long Barrack. Coupled with the upcoming Alamo Visitor Center and Museum and the recently debuted Ralston Family Collections Center, it will turn the grounds into one of Texas' most awe-inspiring historic sites.

"We are deeply grateful to the Joan and Herb Kelleher Charitable Foundation for their support of the Alamo and our ongoing efforts to preserve this important piece of Texas history," says Kate Rogers, Executive Director of the Alamo Trust, Inc., in a release. "Their generosity will allow us to continue to educate and inspire visitors from around the world, ensuring that the legacy of the Alamo lives on for generations to come."

Alamo Mission Gate and Lunette exhibit

Photo courtesy of the Alamo.

The Mission Gate and Lunette exhibit gives visitors an understanding of the original grounds' scale.

Decadent desserts in jars from celebrity Top Chef roll in to Fort Worth

Dessert News

Desserts in jars from a celebrity chef are coming to Fort Worth: Jars by Fabio Viviani, a fast-casual dessert brand serving popular desserts in jars, is opening a location in the Trinity Commons/Tom Thumb center, at 3000 S. Hulen St. #150, taking over a former Wild Bird Center.

This will be the first of a planned 10 franchised stores in the DFW area. According to a representative from the company, it'll open in late 2023.

Longtime fans of Top Chef will recall the charming and dreamy Fabio Viviani, who was a contestant in 2008, voted "fan favorite," and was among the most engaging contestants to ever appear on the series. That is a totally objective statement. To be honest, this story should have featured a photo of Fabio as the lead art, instead of the desserts. To wit:

Top Chef Fabio VivianiWhy yes, chef Fabio Viviani, I will totally buy your desserts in a jar.Courtesy photo

A native of Italy who moved to the U.S. in 2005, he's cultivated a profile as a celebrity chef, hospitality developer, best-selling cookbook author, and TV host, opening dozens of restaurants, bars, and event spaces, and serving as spokesperson for several international brands.

He founded Jars in 2021 as a gourmet quick-serve dessert concept serving an assortment of classic desserts from around the world in a single-serve jar. The first corporate location opened in Chicago's West Loop in February 2023, and there are now many more in development.

The menu rotates through more than 100 recipes, featuring classics such as cherry cheesecake, birthday cake, and even gluten free options.

Selections include:

  • Double Dark Chocolate Cake - Dark Double Chocolate Custard, Chocolate Sponge Cake, Vanilla Frosting, Rainbow Sprinkles
  • French Vanilla cake - French Vanilla Custard, White Sponge Cake, Vanilla Frosting, Rainbow Sprinkles
  • Tiramisu Espresso & Cream Custard, Coffee-Dipped Lady Fingers, Nilla Wafer, Cocoa Powder
  • Tres Leches Cake - Salted Caramel, Tres Leches Sponge Cake, Sweet Strawberries, Crunch Cereal Topping

They also limited-edition seasonal flavors such as Apple Pie with Granola Crumble, Pie Crust, and Pastry Cream; and Freedom Jar with Red, White, & Blue Custards, Sponge Cake, and Blueberries.

Prices range from $7 to $10.

They also do flavored waters such as mango passion fruit and blood orange.

Bringing the Jars concept to Fort Worth are husband-and-wife Tejal and Jason Wible, Fort Worth residents and franchise veterans whose prior businesses include a location of Dogtopia.

They're particularly happy about the location.

“We’re right between I-20 and I-30 and situated near some great schools, including Texas Christian University, and several residential neighborhoods,” the couple says in a statement. “We’re confident we found the perfect spot to bring the good people of Fort Worth the next big thing in desserts.”