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El Bolero’s Succulent Lobster Fajitas Find a Third Home in Fort Worth

The Design District eatery opened two more locations back-to-back

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On the heels of opening its second Dallas outpost, El Bolero Cocina Mexicana, will launch its third area location in Forth Worth this week.

The eatery will debut at 2933 Crockett Street on Friday, becoming the newest addition to Fort Worth’s Crockett Row, which has turned into something of a dining destination as the site of Fort Worth’s first food hall and with its handful of stand-alone eateries. A Dallas Design District original, El Bolero expanded to Fitzhugh Avenue in December with its same bright, funky interiors and dishes like shrimp or steak-infused skillets of queso; tacos with fillings like chicken mole, tempura lobster, or wagyu steak; plus enchiladas, plenty of margaritas, and more.

El Bolero joins newly opened vegan dessert spot Cinnaholic which was featured on Shark Tank, Oni Ramen, moonshine-centric Mash’d, pizzeria Fireside Pies, and more, alongside a longer list of exciting eateries inside the food hall. Lowest Greenville’s Toasted Coffee + Kitchen will debut at Crocket Row this summer with a variety of toasts, sandwiches, soups, salads, and desserts on offer. According to Crockett Row’s website, El Bolero’s parent company also planned to debut its Pakpao Thai eatery there in “early 2019” — stay tuned for more information on when it will open.

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