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WeEat Hospitality Group is an Illinois-based restaurant group with its sights set on Texas. The group, which is behind brands like Bulldog Ale House, Burnt Pizza, and Honey Berry Café, has recently opened a location of Honey Berry Café in North Dallas. WeEat is also in the process of opening a Plano location of its restaurant and winery concept, Goat & Vine. But don’t worry–you won’t have to make that trip unless you really want to.
Permit intel obtained by What Now Dallas-Fort Worth shows the hospitality group has found a site for Goat & Vine a little closer to home. The application, which has been approved, was submitted for a Mixed Beverage Permit at 2600 W 7th Street in Fort Worth. Goat & Vine will make a home for itself in right here in Montgomery Plaza, the shopping center and luxury condominium development.
In case you haven’t yet made the trip up to Bolingbrook, Illinois, here’s what you need to know about the new eatery headed to the heart of Fort Worth. Goat & Vine’s menu boasts an ample selection of apps and salads, surf and turf, steaks, and burgers. Oh, and the eatery is currently so amped on their pastas (they have a selection of signature and traditional dishes) that if you order one in-house, they’ll send you home with a traditional pasta dish for free! The bistro’s wine selection is “chosen to satisfy every sense of taste” and offers white, black, and premier labels. You can also enjoy handcrafted cocktails and beer while you tuck into your baked goat cheese or filet sliders.
And if you’re really serious about the winery side of things, you can join Goat & Vine’s wine club, which also grants you access to tastings, discounts, and birthday gifts.
We were unable to reach Paul Marrin, Director of Operations at WeEat Hospitality Group, so you’ll want to check back in for details on the opening timeline. In the meantime, visit Goat & Vine’s website or follow the eatery’s social media for more information.