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Fort Worth’s Reata restaurant expanding this fall with 203 Cafe in Sundance Square


The team behind Fort Worth’s well-regarded Reata restaurant will open a fast-casual concept called 203 Cafe in Cowtown’s Sundance Square this fall.

Designed primarily for workers on the go, 2,200-square-foot 203 Cafe will be located on the second floor of Fire Station No. 1 in Sundance Square at 203 Commerce Street and between the Wells Fargo and Bank of America towers.

When construction is completed, 203 Café will offer fast casual breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, along with catering to downtown businesses. The menu will focus on sandwiches (housemade pastrami rubens, citrus-and-herb-roasted turkey, brats) and grab-and-go offerings.

“When we initially established ‘Reata on the Road’ as a ‘temporary’ catering company back in 2001, we had no idea how significant our catering business would grow to be, especially among the downtown office community,” said Mike Micallef, owner and president of Reata Restaurant Group, in a prepared statement. “We also recognize that sometimes office workers need another option for lunch on the go. 203 Café will provide a different menu than Reata through satisfying items that are easy to take back to a desk or a conference room.”

 

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