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Punch Bowl Social’s Grown-Up Wonderland Debuts In Fort Worth Next Month

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Its opening comes on the heels of the brand’s first Dallas location

cocktail and dart board at Punch Bowl Social Courtesy Punch Bowl Social

Just a month after debuting its first North Texas location in Deep Ellum, Punch Bowl Social is set to debut its second local outpost in Fort Worth later this month.

The Denver-based chain for food, booze, and bar games will downsize its typically massive footprint to about half the size at 1100 Foch Street in the West 7th Corridor. This is the 18th national location for the growing brand, and it will feature eight mini bowling lanes, three dart boards, a photobooth, classic arcade games, ping-pong, board games, and a private karaoke room. Multiple private event spaces are available for groups, and there’s also a 900-square-foot outdoor patio.

The menu includes globally influenced dishes like the chorizo fries, crab cheese rangoon dip, barbacoa and carnitas tacos, a superfood grain bowl, salads, chicken sandwiches, and both beefy and vegetarian burgers options. As far as drinks go, obviously punch will be on offer, along with cocktails, alcohol-free mocktails, local beer, and wine.

Punch Bowl Social will hold its grand opening on July 27 with ticket proceeds for the grand opening party from 7 to 9 p.m. benefiting PFLAG Fort Worth, a LGBTQ organization.

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