Two more restaurants have signed on to Crockett Row, the 5-block entertainment district in Fort Worth.
The Blue Fish will open its first Fort Worth location at 2932 Crockett Street later this year. The award-winning restaurant, founded in Dallas in 1998, is known for its Japanese food, including rice bowls, bento boxes, and an infamous ahi tuna tower that is topped with snow crab, avocado, caviar, and wasabi cream sauce.
The Blue Fish will join Tex-Mex restaurant Taco Paseo, which opened last week in the newly-revamped food hall at Crockett Row, now known as Crockett Hall. Taco Paseo’s menu features street tacos with fillings like lengua, barbacoa, al pastor, and pollo chile, alongside fried avocado, elote, frozen margaritas, and rum-soaked tres leches.
Taco Paseo will join several other eateries in the food hall, including Polly Pot Pies, Mediterranean street food fave Shawarma Bar, and Cheeseapalooza, which offers dishes like specialty macaroni and cheese bowls, grilled cheese, and queso.
The Cultural District food hall, which was Fort Worth’s first, recently reopened after a brief closure with a new name and new interior. (It was originally called The Food Hall at Crockett Row.) The new version includes expanded patios, flexible indoor-outdoor dining, and a new website, through which diners can order pickup and delivery from all 15 of Crockett Hall’s restaurants.