Bolero Moves Into Crockett Row


Crockett Row at West 7th – a vibrant shopping & dining destination in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District – announces the openings of Sol Sunless Tanning, Ben’s Soft Pretzels and Hooker’s Grill, as well as a new lunch menu from El Bolero.

“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Sol Sunless Tanning, Ben’s Soft Pretzels and Hooker’s Grill to Crockett Row,” said Monica Bermea, Marketing Director of Vestar, developer of Crockett Row. “We have an incredible line-up of new openings and activity among our tenants that make Crockett Row a hot spot destination. We believe our Fort Worth patrons will appreciate these innovative new concepts in the neighborhood.”

Ben’s Soft Pretzels – an Amish-inspired gourmet pretzel bakery, serving fluffy pretzels almost two-times the size of other soft pretzels – is now open inside FOODHALL. The legendary pretzels are made-from-scratch daily, featuring imported salt from Germany and served with a choice of 11 custom dipping sauces, as well as assortment of Bake N’ Shake toppings. Ben’s famous Pretzel Dog features all-beef frank and Swiss Cheese wrapped in a hand-rolled pretzel. For more information, please visit and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@BensPretzels).

Coming Soon

Hooker’s Grill – a Fort Worth Stockyards staple – is opening a stall inside FOODHALL by end of month. Family-owned and operated, Hooker’s Grill is known for its Onion Fried Burgers, winning Fort Worth Magazine’s Readers’ Choice for Best Burger. The local-favorite concept also serves Coney Hot Dogs, Frito Chili Pie, hand-cut fries, loaded tots, as well as milk shakes, coke floats, beer and wine. For more information, please follow on Facebook and on Instagram (@HookersGrillFTW).

Crockett Row will also welcome Hiatus Spa + Retreat, Toasted Coffee + Kitchen and Concrete Cowboy Bar later this summer; as well as Secret Med Spa, STIRR and Voicebox Karaoke later this fall.

Coming Soon

El Bolero – an authentic, regional Mexican concept that draws inspiration for its scratch-made recipes from the diverse locales of Mexico – has launched a lunch menu specifically for Fort Worth, available Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. New dishes include:

Street Tacos, $7 — Choice of: Chicken Mole, Vegetarian, Barbacoa or Al Pastor
Chicken or Barbacoa Enchiladas, $7 — Oaxaca, crema fresca, roasted corn relish
El Bolero Chicken Wrap, $8 — Cucumbers, red onion, cherry tomatoes, avocado
Ensalada de Bolero, $9 — Chicken, mesclun greens, heirloom tomato, rainbow carrot, radish, daikon sprouts, herb vinaigrette
Cheese + Rajas Quesadilla, $10 — Tomatillo Chicken, Barbacoa or Wagyu (+2)
Chicken or Wagyu Lunch Fajitas, $12 — Served with rajas, charro beans, garlic rice, crema fresca, pico de gallo, guacamole

Additionally, El Bolero offers weekly specials, including:
In Queso the Mondays — Half-priced Queso and $4 House Margaritas all day
Taco Tuesdays — $2 Tacos all day
Lobster Fridays — Half-priced Lobster Fajitas during lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.)
Weekend Brunch — $3 Mimosas and $15 Carafes (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
Happy Hour — $6 House Margaritas, $5 Wines and $5 Draft Beers (4 p.m. to 6 p.m.)

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