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Green Grocer Will Shutter Next Week; Fort Worth's Campestre Closes Citing Worker Safety Concerns

Plus, Crossroads Diner moves into a new home.

Sadly, Campestre Chula Vista is no more.
Sadly, Campestre Chula Vista is no more.
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LOWER GREENVILLE – Green Grocer, the diminutive organic grocery on Greenville Ave, will officially close its doors on Monday, January 18th. Green Grocer struggled to stay open for the past several months, evidenced by emails to customers that all but begged them to patronize the store. During the store’s last week, all products (other than made-to-order smoothies and food) will be 25% off. [EaterWire]

NORTH DALLAS – Lovers of excellent diner fare will be interested to know that Crossroads Diner, the longstanding Walnut Hill Rd. establishment will be moving into swanky new digs at Preston and Campbell on Tuesday, February 9th. The restaurant’s last day at the original Walnut Hill location is January 24, which gives you plenty of time to go pay your respects before the big move. [EaterWire]

FORT WORTH – Just after learning that Fort Worth’s Revolver Taco Lounge was saved by a last-minute real estate deal, another beloved Regino Rojas restaurant will close its doors. According to Rojas, the landlord that owns Campestre Chula Vista refused to make much-needed repairs, which made the restaurant unsafe for workers. The restaurant won praise for its authentic Mexican cuisine and weekend buffet, the latter of which Rojas plans to revive at Revolver Taco Lounge in the coming weeks. [Fort Worth Star-Telegram]