Caviar Delivery Service
Nekter Juice Bar
CAVIAR FOOD DELIVERY
ADDS FW RESTAURANTS
After two successful years in the Dallas market, Caviar started its delivery service in Fort Worth on March 15. “We have strong relationships with our Dallas restaurant partners, so it just made sense for our second service location in Texas to be in Fort Worth,” said Catherine Ferdon, with Caviar Communications.
Diners can order from the photographic menus of local restaurants via Caviar’s website or by downloading its free mobile app for Android and iOS platforms. The delivery service began with around 15 restaurants and is quickly adding new partners. The app even tracks the location of your order so you can watch as the courier travels from the restaurant to your door.
“For more than two years, we’ve been proud to partner with Caviar for our Dallas location,” said Jay Jerrier, owner of Cane Rosso’s Fort Worth location. “We’ve definitely seen our sales increase as a result of delivery with Caviar, and we’ve expanded our reach to new customers that might not have stopped by our restaurant in person. Caviar’s attention to detail and consistent commitment to Cane Rosso has made the process easy for us, and now we’re thrilled to partner with them to bring our pizza to new customers across Fort Worth, too.”
LETTE MACARONS ROLLS IN
TO PARK VILLAGE SOUTHLAKE
Paulette Koumetz opened her now-famous macaron mecca in Beverly Hills in 2010. It was so on-trend that it soon spawned three more shops in California. Now Southlake’s Park Village will be home to the fifth Lette Macarons location.
Featuring classic French macarons with their thin crispy shell and characteristically doughy centers and fillings, they come in creative flavors including passion fruit, sweet wedding almond, earl grey tea, and violet cassis. Party towers are available for weddings and showers, as well as elegant gift boxes for any occasion.
The stores are ultra-modern and minimal, featuring a mostly white background and a cascading case design to drool over because, after all, part of the appeal of macarons are their delectable jewel-like appearance. “The store will open in April. This and future boutiques in the Metroplex will look like the award-winning stores in Southern California,” said Henri Lopez, who is co-owner of the Southlake franchise along with Marina Espindola.
TWO CALIFORNIA CONCEPTS
COMING TO CHAPEL HILL
Flippin’ Pizza plans to open branches in Fort Worth this summer as well as in Frisco and Plano soon. “It is our mission to serve up a slice of happiness to every guest, every time,” said Michelle McKee, director of marketing.
Serving New York-style pies and slices with hand-tossed thin and airy crusts, the company makes its dough fresh daily without oil, sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. “Flippin’ Pizza has an old-school New York vibe. The menu also features rotating craft beers on tap and hand-tossed pies made to order for those wanting to kick their feet up a bit,” she said.
For its Fort Worth debut, Flippin’ Pizza chose the Chapel Hill shopping center at Interstate 30 and Hulen Street to be in the heart of the community. “Flippin’ Pizza is all about community and family. We believe in giving back to those we serve. Through our Raise Some Dough Program we support schools, churches and other local organizations by giving up to 50 percent back to their cause,” McKee said.
Also coming to the Chapel Hill center in April is Nekter Juice Bar, which is marching across the southwest with 70 locations dotting Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada and Texas. The franchise was founded in 2010 and serves whole and natural smoothies and juices, as well as cold-pressed coffees.
Rounding out its healthy lifestyle menu are grab-and-go pressed juices, a full line of cleanses, cold-brew coffees, acai and fruit bowl combinations, and even chia seed pudding parfaits. Nekter will fill the void left when Smoothie King moved to its new location on Camp Bowie Boulevard.