A dining establishment made well-known by Food Network’s Guy Fieri is closing: Chef Point Bar & &Restaurant, the restaurant-in-a-gas-station in Watauga, will close at the end of January after twenty years.
The dining establishment will close its area at 5901Watauga Rd on Sunday, January 29, 2023.
In excellent news, its 2nd area in Colleyville, at 5220 TX-121 will stay open.
According to a release, husband-and-wife owners Franson Nwaeze and Paula Nwaeze have actually chosen to downsize operations to simply the Colleyville area so that they can take pleasure in household, buddies, and life.
“While mournful and difficult, it is pleasing that our Watauga area is closing its doors at the top of its video game when the food, service, and consumer fulfillment have actually never ever been greater,” Paula Nwaeze states in a declaration.
Founded in 2003, Chef Point Watauga soared to worldwide popularity in 2011 when Guy Fieri included them on Diners, Drive-Ins & &Dives, highlighting their fine-dining menu consisting of meals such as duck l’orange and swordfish packed with crab, in addition to their signature bread pudding.
They consequently made functions by CNN, Paula Dean, Fox News, Fort Worth Star Telegram, Texas Monthly, Food & & Wine, Zagat, and more.
Buoyed by their success, they opened their 2nd area in Colleyville in 2018, where they replicated their fine-dining menu, complete bar, and red wine list, in a larger area, with live music and a dog-friendly patio area.
The Colleyville area will stay open for lunch, supper, breakfast, and is readily available for catering and on-site occasions.
For their Watauga bye-bye, the couple will host a week-long going-away celebration start Saturday, January 21.