If you haven’t made it to Richardson in a while, it might be time for a visit. Thanks to a slew of openings over the past few months and in the next year, the city’s restaurant scene is booming.
Last week, Fernando’s Mexican Cuisine kicked open the doors. The restaurant is the third outpost of Fernando’s in DFW, joining the locations in Preston Hollow and on Knox-Henderson. Open for lunch and dinner, the upscale Mexican spot brings fajitas, brisket tacos, and shrimp enchiladas to CityLine.
And now, Tricky Fish has made its debut. The concept, developed by the minds behind Razzoo’s, is described as a “polished-casual, Southern seafood” restaurant with full-service and casual counter ordering. Look forward to dishes like po’boys, muffaletta, and an ice cream sundae topped with bread pudding croutons and peach-bourbon sauce.
The new concepts join Kent Rathbun’s Jasper’s, Top Pot Doughnuts, Coal Vines, and more dining options. Who says that the suburban dining scene is boring?