When Southern-influenced spot Fixe made its debut in Austin in 2015, it was decidedly one of the most exciting openings of the year in Capital City. Now, the minds behind the concept will attempt to recreate the magic in Fort Worth.
In an interview with Fixe Austin’s new executive chef, Adam Puskorius of Houston, CultureMap reports that the restaurant has just signed a lease on a space that will house its second location in Fort Worth. Puskorius didn’t divulge the location of the forthcoming restaurant just yet, but don’t be surprised if it lands on West 7th. The interview also suggests that Fixe will open additional locations, presumably in Texas.
Fixe has earned a great deal of praise for its “progressive Southern” fare. The restaurant’s biscuits, served with whipped Steen’s cane syrup butter, are often described as some of the city’s best. You can also look forward to swanked-up Southern classics, like fried chicken, smoked lamb brisket, and crawfish-lobster pot pie.
Eater has reached out to Fixe for an update on when the restaurant will make its Fort Worth debut and more information on its top-secret location. Stay tuned for more details.