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Open only two weeks, Brewed is a destination for brunch with its scratch-made biscuits, chicken and waffles, Scotch eggs and doughnut holes.
Just across the street from the Paris Coffee Shop--perhaps Fort Worth’s most storied and old-school restaurant--stands a newfangled, two-week-old concept already percolating with business.
Brewed is a gastropub within a coffee bar (or is it the other way around?) housed in a 4,000-square-foot former office building along the stretch of the indie restaurant row that is Magnolia Avenue.
Step inside Brewed and you might be surprised by just how fast you’ll be smitten with its warm Austin-by-way-of-Santa Monica vibe.
If an Anthropologie store wasn’t raided in the making of Brewed, that would be a surprise. The precious (in a good way) knickknack-loaded eatery is open all day, serving made-from-scratch Southern food and 14 beers on tap, coffee from its neighbor, Avoca, and the fermented tea known as Holy Kombucha.
While the menu is still being unfurled, we checked in for a quick lunch and were impressed by the garlic bread and house-made burrata ($8), as well as the venue’s duck-fat fries with garlic salt and black pepper ($4.50).
Lines are already out the door for brunch on Sundays, but where else can you get chicken and waffles with an Austin-brewed Live Oak HefeWeizen?
Brewed, 801 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth; 817-945-1545 or brewedfw.com
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