An Austin restaurant known for handmade biscuits and “upscale comfort food” plans a location in Fort Worth.
Fixe, which serves buttermilk-battered fried chicken, lobster-crawfish pot pie and biscuits with cane-syrup butter, has leased a Fort Worth location, chef-owner Adam Puskorius told the website CultureMap Houston last week.
A lease plan for the Shops at Clearfork obtained by the Star-Telegram showed Fixe along with other such restaurants as B&B Butchers & Restaurant of Houston, Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen and Dallas soufflé restaurant Rise n°1.
Puskorius is a former Chicago chef for the Florida-owned Eddie V’s restaurants. The Fixe team has included James Robert, another Eddie V’s alumnus.
The current Fixe, 500 W. Fifth St., Austin, has been singled out by the Austin American-Statesman for fried chicken, fried catfish and deviled eggs.