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Culture Food Blue Goose Cantina to open in University Park Village

Blue Goose Cantina to open in University Park Village

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Blue Goose Cantina is finally making it into Fort Worth proper, with plans to take over the space recently vacated by Bread Winners in University Park Village.

Bread Winners Café & Bakery opened in 2017 in a 6,300 square foot space vacated by Blue Mesa Grill, but closed last month.

In a short announcement on its Facebook page, Dallas-based Blue Goose Cantina said it planned to be open by fall of this year in the Bread Winners space. Blue Goose Cantina began on Lower Greenville Avenue in Dallas, but has since expanded to Addison, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Highland Village and – currently its only Tarrant County location – Grapevine. Blue Goose Cantina offers a variety of Tex-Mex favorites as well as a wide variety of margaritas.



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