Waterside is adding to its tenant lineup with coastal eatery Tricky Fish, luxury aesthetic treatment center OrangeTwist, and Ideal Dental.
A new fish restaurant concept from Razzoo’s is coming to Trademark Property’s Waterside development.
Tricky Fish will debut its coastal and Cajun-inspired cuisine to Fort Worth with a 4,200-square-foot location at Waterside with an opening planned for July. Owned by Razzoo’s, Tricky Fish is described as having “a polished-casual service model where guests can either order quickly at a counter or experience full service during dinner and weekends, in addition to a full bar and large patio.”
Menu items include a daily selection of fresh seafood dishes, entrée salads and sandwiches, including Po’boys and Muffaletta. The signature desert is a French toast sundae topped with caramelized bread pudding croutons, vanilla ice cream, and a peach bourbon sauce. The full-service bar offers a daily happy hour from 5 p.m. to close, an expansive menu of craft cocktails, draft beers and sipping whiskies.
“The expansion of the Tricky Fish brand to Fort Worth’s Waterside represents an important next step,” said Jeff Powell, CEO, Razzoo’s. “We’ve had such enthusiastic response from guests at our Richardson location, and we are certain that diners in this area of Tarrant County will share our love of fresh and flavorful cuisine with a relaxing atmosphere.”
Also coming to Waterside is OrangeTwist, an aesthetic treatment boutique for women and men. It will open a 1,798-square-foot center at in May. Services include: fat reduction, wrinkle relief, facial softening, rejuvenation and resurfacing, skin tightening and skin care.
Recently opened is Ideal Dental, located at 5925 Convair Drive, Suite F505.