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Olive Oil Ice Cream; The Wild Detectives Does Tapas

Plus, Campisi's goes to school and Green Grocer gets into the omelette biz.

Melt Ice Creams in Fort Worth.
Melt Ice Creams in Fort Worth.
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FORT WORTH—Melt Ice Creams has some tasty-sounding new flavors: Guilty as Charged has housemade, eggless cookie dough, while Olive You Olive Oyl is flavored with olive oil and candied macadamia nuts. [Melt/Facebook]

OAK CLIFF—Coffee shop/bookstore The Wild Detectives will host Spanish chef Iñaki Betrán (who formerly worked in the kitchen at the Michelin-starred Arzak in San Sebastian, Spain) this Saturday and Sunday for traditional Spanish and Basque pintxos(AKA tapas) and wine. Stop by anytime this weekend for a taste. [TWD]

LOWER GREENVILLE—Green Grocer has a new breakfast option: The market will now offer made-to-order organic omelettes on Fridays from 7-9 a.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 9-11 a.m. This weekend only, buy an omelette and get a free drip coffee. [EaterWire]

SMU—Attention students: There's now a Campisi's on campus. It opens Friday in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center and will offer pastas and four individual-sized pizza varieties. (Hey, it beats Totino's.) [EaterWire]

The Wild Detectives

314 West Eighth Street, , TX 75208 (214) 942-0108 Visit Website

A F + B

2869 Crockett Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 916-5300 Visit Website

MELT Ice Creams

405 North Bishop Avenue, , TX 75208 (214) 432-0183 Visit Website

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