Wild Salsa Coming to Downtown Fort Worth
Reposted from Food, Fort Worth
A second location of chef-inspired Mexican restaurant Wild Salsa will open in downtown Fort Worth’s One City Place development later this year. A sign is already in the window and an employee at the original downtown Dallas location confirmed it’s coming.
It’ll be side by side with a new location of Chop House Burger. Both come from the same restaurant group, Dallas based DRG Concepts.
The original Wild Salsa opened three years ago at 1800 Main St., in downtown Dallas’ Mercantile Building, with Nova’s Kelly Hightower serving as the original chef (he has since left).
According to their web site, Wild Salsa makes much of their food from scratch using locally sourced ingredients. The menu includes tacos and enchiladas, along with unusual items like shrimp and bacon quesadillas, guacamole with pumpkin and sesame seeds and lamb shank barbocoa. Brunch offerings include a “taco omelette” and barbocoa potato hash.
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