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Reata Restaurant’s Next Move is Fast-Casual with 203 Café Opening This Fall

Fort Worth office workers will have a new lunch spot

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Reata Restaurant’s newest endeavor is fast-casual. The owner of the classic Texan restaurant is expanding with the new 203 Café, which will serve up quick breakfasts and lunches Monday through Friday for on-the-go office workers.

The 2,200-square-foot 203 Café is set to open this fall on the second floor of the Fire Station No. 1 building in Sundance Square at 203 Commerce Street.

“203 Café will provide a different menu than Reata through satisfying items that are easy to take back to a desk or a conference room,” Mike Micallef, owner and president of Reata Restaurant Group, said in a press release.

The focus here is going to be signature sandwiches. Think a reuben with pastrami and fennel sauerkraut on pumpernickel rye with bacon and Swiss cheese, or a toasted ciabatta sandwich piled high with fried Bay shrimp tossed in spicy and buffalo sauce. Sound good? Peruse the café’s Facebook page here.

If you stop by Reata Restaurant for lunch you might be offered the Featured Sandwich by the server. These are the...

‎Posted by 203 Café on‎ שישי 7 יולי 2017

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