Tricky Fish will unhook its seafood at Preston Hollow Village this fall, across from eagerly anticipated new Mesero restaurant
I have no idea what a tricky fish is, but the folks who own Razoo’s Cajun Cafe decided to name a seafood restaurant brand after it. Then they opened two Tricky Fish restaurants, the first in Richardson’s CityLine in 2017 and a second last year in Fort Worth’s Waterside development.
Now, the Addison-based company has announced that they’re expanding the coastal concept with a third location, in Dallas’ tony Preston Hollow Village at Walnut Hill and Central Expressway.
The new unit is pegged to open this fall. The 4,000-square-foot restaurant will seat 120 (plus 40 more on a large patio) and sits across from one of Dallas’ most eagerly anticipated new locations of Mesero, the upscale Mexican restaurant that consistently offers some of the most eagerly anticipated enchiladas, tacos and margaritas in DFW.
Tricky Fish focuses on simply prepared fresh seafood that looks to be served on the same plates used at another place once on our list of the most eagerly anticipated restaurants, the Ranch at Las Colinas. That’s one tricky fish indeed.
The company says that “a good meal, spending time with family and friends, trying a local craft beer or glass of wine on the patio – that’s what Tricky Fish is all about.”
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