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This warm, chic spot from chef ...
This warm, chic spot from chef Felipe Armenta (The Tavern) proves Fort Worth is up for seafood, be it sushi rolls, scallop salad or oysters on the half shell.
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Acclaimed chefs Felipe Armenta, John Nestor and Virginia Dalbeck bring the "Cork and Pig Tavern" to Parks Legado
The original Cork and Pig Tavern located in San Angelo, Texas is the brain-child of chefs/owners: Felipe Armenta, John Nestor and Virginia Dalbeck, three long time friends who got their start with Hillstone Restaurant Group, the parent company of Houston's Restaurant and R+D Kitchen.
Chef Felipe Armenta, a ten year veteran of the Hillstone Restaurant Group, recently opened The Tavern in Fort Worth, adding to his other restaurants: Cork and Pig Tavern and The Grill, both located in San Angelo.
â€œParks Legado Town Center is the ideal development in which to expand our unique brand and concept,â€ said co-owner Chef Armenta. â€œThis new location doubles our seating capacity and will include an extensive wine cellar, indoor/outdoor bar and private dining room.
Our customers will enjoy the covered patio adjacent to the Micro Park and the comfortable, upscale ambiance offered at Parks Legado
Chef Felipe Armenta was ...
Chef Felipe Armenta was already an established name in Fort Worth with The Tavern.
But even so, it would have been hard to predict the unprecedented fabulousness of Pacific Table, his new casual seafood restaurant in the old La Piazza space.
The menu runs from snappy sushi rolls to oysters on the half-shell, with sandwiches and salads on the low end offset by a $28 filet mignon.
And the decor is divine, with lots of artsy woodwork and in the center, chic high stools that pull up to a white terrazzo bar (which is invariably thronged with beautiful people waiting for a table reservations for big parties only, boo).
Seafood was already looming as a big trend; with Pacific Table, Armenta has bumped it up.
Pacific Table, the chic new ...
Pacific Table, the chic new restaurant from chef Felipe Armenta, proves that the seafood trend is no fluke.
Oysters on the half shell, sushi rolls and salmon with sticky rice are just a few of the culinary thrills at this hot spot not far from TCU.
Droves of diners families, couples and the random well-heeled student or two are digging into fish as if they all grew up on the coast.
With no reservations for parties under six, the wait exceeds an hour during peak times.
But the excitement surrounding Pacific Table
also reflects the chops and versatility of Armenta
other Fort Worth restaurant, The Tavern, is none too shabby, it has a populist demeanor, with enchiladas and brisket tacos that makes the refinement at Pacific Table
that much more of an unexpected revelation.
Pacific Table, new from The Tavern ...
Pacific Table, new from The Tavern Bar & Grill chef Felipe Armenta, has posted an affordable menu of seafood platters for about $20, sushi, oysters, salads and sandwiches.
originally named the restaurant Union Pacific
for the nearby rail yard, then liked the Pacific theme for his
California-casual seafood restaurant with a few steak and chicken dishes and a special aged prime rib ($26).