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Culture Food Doc B’s coming to Fort Worth and Dallas

Doc B’s coming to Fort Worth and Dallas

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Chicago-based Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen is slated to open in Fort Worth at The Shops at Clearfork in fall 2017 and in Dallas’ Uptown next spring.

The casual restaurant features fresh, scratch-made dishes along with craft beers, wines and spirits. Doc B’s opened in Chicago in September 2013 and has locations in Chicago and Tampa, with two additional locations set to open in Florida in 2016, an Austin location in 2017, and in Aventura, Fla., in early 2018.

The Fort Worth eatery, located at 5143 Apache Plume, will feature a 35-person oval bar, complete with six televisions, a 2,500-square-foot patio, an outdoor fire pit, an open kitchen and a storefront on all three sides of the dining room.

The Shops at Clearfork

5143 Apache Plume

Fort Worth 76109

McKinney & Olive

2021 McKinney Avenue

Space D

Dallas 75201

www.docbsfreshkitchen.com

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