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Austin Comfort Food Spot Fixe Southern House Hits Fort Worth This Fall

There will be biscuits.

Fixe in Austin
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As Eater reported late last year, Austin biscuit haven Fixe has designs on opening its second Texas outpost in Fort Worth. Now, we’ve got a little more details on what exactly that’s going to look like.

Announced via release, Fixe has chosen The Shops At Clear Fork for its Fort Worth outpost. There, the restaurant will join forthcoming concepts like Chicago-based health food spot Doc B’s and luxury retailers like Neiman Marcus at the swanky shopping center. “We have always felt right at home in the sophisticated yet relaxed feel of Fort Worth, and couldn’t be more thrilled about being a part of its very exciting culinary community,” said Fixe owner Keith House in a statement.

Fixe will occupy a 6,100 square foot space designed to “evoke the feeling of entering a home in rural Louisiana.” Diners will be able to watch all the action as their dinner is prepared via Fixe’s open kitchen. The restaurant will seat about 200 guests indoors along with a patio, wine room, and rentable private dining spaces.

Fixe is expected to land in Fort Worth this Fall. Stay tuned for more details on who will lead the kitchen.

Fixe, Purveyor Of Austin’s Best Biscuits, Heads To Fort Worth [EDFW]