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Culture Food Bread Winners Café & Bakery to open Fort Worth location

Bread Winners Café & Bakery to open Fort Worth location

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Bread Winners Café & Bakery will open its second Tarrant County location in Fort Worth’s University Park Village next spring, taking over the space previously occupied by Blue Mesa. Bread Winners’ first Tarrant County location in Trophy Club is currently under construction and will open this fall.

“We have always known we would open a Fort Worth location,” Bread Winners owner Cindy Hughes said in a news release. “For the past 5 years, we have searched and waited for the right spot. This location at University Park Village is special and offers us a neighborhood synergy that is similar to our Uptown, Park Cities and NorthPark Center customer-base. We couldn’t be more thrilled to finally be opening in Fort Worth.”

Founded in 1994, Dallas-based Bread Winners Café & Bakery operates four restaurants Dallas area. The Trophy Club and Fort Worth locations will give the chain a total of six Metroplex restaurants. For more information, visit www.breadwinnerscafe.com.

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