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Fort Worth Export Winslow's Wine Cafe Soft-Opens on Cedar Springs

All food and drink is 30 percent off today; Monday marks the official opening.

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Popular west Fort Worth wine bar/restaurant Winslow's Wine Cafe now has a second branch in Oak Lawn: Winslow's Cedar Springs is currently in soft-opening mode at 3908 Cedar Springs, in the space formerly occupied by sandwich and coffee spot Buli (and more recently, the short-lived Daily Juice).

The simple, one-page menu includes wine-friendly fare like charcuterie and cheese plates, red coconut curry mussels, flatbreads, and sandwiches, including a tasty-sounding assemblage of bacon, wine-poached figs, and goat cheese. Joining the wine list is a small selection of cocktails with housemade ingredients like thyme syrup and orange-chamomile bitters.

Winslow's is named for owner Joe Berry's dog, a blue heeler mix that passed away earlier this year at the ripe old age of 14.

All menu items (including drinks) are 30 percent off through today for the soft-opening; Winslow's will then be closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with the official grand opening Monday at 4 p.m. Regular business hours will be 4 p.m. to midnight daily. Scope out the menu below:

Winslow's Cedar Springs Menu

Winslow's Cedar Springs

3908 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas, TX 75219, USA

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