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A Toast-Focused Restaurant Will Expand to Fort Worth

Toasted Coffee + Kitchen will open on Crockett Row

Nutella-banana toasts are en route to Fort Worth
Toasted [Official Photo]
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Toasted Coffee & Kitchen, Dallas’s first toast-focused restaurant, will expand to a second location in Fort Worth.

The restaurant founded by Bob Sinnott is currently in the works at the corner of Crockett and Norwood Streets in Fort Worth, according to a press release. The restaurant first arrived on the Dallas dining scene in 2016, at the peak of the avocado toast trend, and has since expanded its menu beyond bread.

When it opens in Fort Worth, diners can look forward to (of course) even more avocado toast, along with slices topped with smoked salmon and mango-habanero cream cheese, goat cheese and pear slices, or peanut butter, honey, and sea salt. Waffles, salads, sandwiches, and breakfast plates like pancakes and omelets are also on offer. Diners can even skip the toast altogether with hearty roasted chicken and veggies.

No official opening date for Toasted Coffee & Kitchen’s Fort Worth debut has been set just yet, but look for it to arrive sometime this summer.