Dallas, TX (March, 2019) – Dallas diners will soon be able to more easily enjoy the coastal & Cajun inspired cuisine of Tricky Fish when the concept’s third location opens in one of the region’s most exciting multi-use developments, Preston Hollow Village at Walnut Hill and Central Expressway. Tricky Fish plans a late fall 2019 opening.
Tricky Fish is owned by Addison-based Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe, and opened its first location in Richardson’s CityLine in November of 2017. The concept’s second location, in Fort Worth Waterside development, opened last August. Razzoo’s CEO Jeff Powell is excited about the Tricky Fish expansion.
“We are really enthusiastic about the long-term growth potential for the Tricky Fish brand, and we are thrilled to provide Dallas diners another opportunity to experience the polished casual service that has been the hallmark for this restaurant,” explains Powell. “We’ve wanted to find an additional Dallas outpost for Tricky Fish, and Preston Hollow Village is the perfect partner for our continued growth.”
The new Tricky Fish location joins a wide array of dining options at Preston Hollow Village. The restaurant will be 4,000 sq. ft. and has planned indoor seating for 120, including a large patio with additional seating for 40.
“Our polished casual service model is a great fit for our North Dallas guests,” explains Razzoo’s President Chris Degan. “Guests can enjoy fantastic coastal food in a relaxed environment, as well as a full bar with a wide array of craft cocktails.”
Since its 2017 opening in Richardson’s CityLine, Tricky Fish has thrilled diners with freshly prepared food with a coastal inspiration in a polished, casual environment. The restaurant offers a daily happy hour from 5 p.m. to close, an expansive menu of craft cocktails, draft beers and sipping whiskies and a popular weekend brunch menu.
ABOUT TRICKY FISH: We believe simple is better. Great food, fresh ingredients, simply prepared…any more than that and things get complicated. Tricky Fish, the idea for it anyway, was born along Chinquapin Reef in East Matagorda Bay. And on the water off Port A and near the barrier islands south of Cocodrie, LA. Days spent on the water and evenings spent with good friends, a cold beer and amazing food. Eating out should be a break from the real world. It should be fun, relaxing, a chance to get away from all the things that make our lives… well, complicated. 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. Because simple is better. For more information, visit tricky-fish.com.