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New Restaurant Openings Around Town

While the rain continues to fall, many of us are starting to suffer cabin fever. The good news is there are some new restaurants opening around town in the upcoming months or in early 2019. Hopefully, by then, we will begin to dry out.  If this weather has you going stir crazy and you need to try something new now, check out our 2018 master list of openings.

Babe’s Chicken House – 6711 NE Loop 820, North Richland Hills

The newest location in eight years and it will be well worth the wait.  Located about 13 miles from the original Babe’s in Roanoke, the North Richland Hills restaurant will move into a 73,000-square-foot building and is expected to be joined by a Sweetie Pie’s Ribeye’s next door. The bigger location is excellent news for those that already love their chicken and mashed potatoes!

Rodeo Goat – The Sound at Cypress, Irving

The newest location for the burger joint who changed the way Ft Worth thought about burgers is just a hop, skip and jump from the mid-cities located in The Sound at Cypress, which is part of the new Cypress Waters development.

Alamo Drafthouse – 8380 Davis Boulevard, North Richland Hills

While the favorite cinema house won’t be open until Spring 2019, there is much to be excited about. Offering up a unique and innovative cinema experience at every location. Enjoy a menu that includes casual dining options, fine wine, and cold beer. Splashed with a focus on local breweries whenever possible. The theater stays true to the latest and greatest in projection technology and offers unique programming and special events you won’t find anywhere else.

Rogers Roadhouse – 1616 Rogers Road, Fort Worth

If you love local heritage and railroads, this will be your new favorite spot. Rogers Roundhouse will commemorate the historical relationship between Fort Worth and the railroad industry. Located a stone’s throw from Davidson Yard, one of the oldest and most famous rail yards in the nation. Rogers Roundhouse, named after the yard’s retired engine repair facility or roundhouse, will be a 10,000-square-feet venue and feature both indoor and outdoor seating, complete with a spacious patio and TVs throughout. The menu will offer consistent and straightforward yet innovative fare; thirty taps will flow with an extensive range of domestic and craft beers. Plus, a robust list of spirits will combine for a curated list of cocktails.

Sidecar Tavern – 1200 William D. Tate Ave, Grapevine

The expansive vision of Ferrari’s Italian Villa owners, Jane and Francesco Secchi, the addition is slated to open in early November.  Sidecar is a casual dining concept and will offer Italian and American fares, including pasta, pizza, barbecue items, sandwiches, and drinks. Customers will be able to enjoy a full bar which will have a cobra tap to dispense cold vodka. The restaurant will also have an arcade game, televisions and patio seating.  Expect to enjoy the addition in early November.

Everest Burgers – 2325 W. Southlake Blvd, Southlake

The California based restaurant opened its doors in late September, and the menu features charbroiled burgers, salads, sandwiches, gyros, and tacos.