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Hold On to Your Hollandaise: Bread Winners Is Coming to Fort Worth

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One of DFW's most beloved brunch spots is coming to Fort Worth. Today, Bread Winners announced its first Cowtown location in University Park Village. Via a press release:

Opening in spring 2017, Bread Winners will occupy the former space operated by Blue Mesa. The 6,300 sq. foot site will feature a vintage and eclectic design style speckled with antiques and unique “found” items. The décor will be most similar to the NorthPark Center location with white-washed brick, hardwood floors, smoky mirrors and marble tabletops. Guests will enjoy a spacious patio that will feature al fresco dining in a family-friendly atmosphere. The brand’s first Tarrant County location in Trophy Club is currently under construction and will open this fall.


Known for its baked goods and brunch, Bread Winners has four other locations in Uptown, Plano, Inwood Village and Northpark Center.

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