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Houston-based Max’s Wine Dive has closed its Dallas location


Max’s Wine Dive sends word today that they’ve finally thrown in the towel in Dallas. I never went there, and apparently neither did a critical mass of others. Maybe fried chicken and champagne (or waffles) has finally jumped the shark in Dallas (though, apparently, not in Fort Worth).

“After five years, MAX’s Wine Dive in Dallas has chosen not to renew the lease at its current location. The Houston-based company has officially closed its doors on Thursday, August 10.”

The notice says the Fort Worth location of Max’s Wine Dive in the West Seventh district will remain open. So will the five other locations in Texas and Colorado.

photo: Max’s Wine Dive

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