Making Moves

Revolver Taco Lounge announced that it would move by the end of July into a new location at 2418 Forest Park Blvd. The move comes after numerous issues with the restaurant’s current landlord at the West Seventh Street location. Taking over the digs formerly occupied by Sera Dining & Wine at the corner of Park Hill and Forest Park, the new location will be more spacious and offer more parking.

Salsa Limón “Museo,” located at 929 University Drive, across from The Modern, will close in July and subsequently move to a new address in the River District at 5012 White Settlement Road. The location will change, but the classic building will not, as The Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission approved actually picking up and moving the 1940s diner. The River District, led by Fort Worth development and investment firm Fort Capital, is a nearly 300-acre residential and commercial development near the Trinity River, located primarily between Roberts Cut Off Road and Priddy Lane along White Settlement Road. Those near the Cultural District location are still in luck. Salsa Limón plans on staying in the West 7th neighborhood, possibly even in the exact same location as part of a new development planned by Greystar. Until then, the Salsa Limón food truck will be serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night food at the same University Drive address once the building is moved.

MELT Ice Creams moved from its original West Rosedale Avenue spot to a new Near Southside location at 1201 W. Magnolia Ave. on July 1. MELT 2.0 has the same signature black, white and yellow designs, boasts a 500-square-foot, dog-friendly patio and an expanded kitchen. Opening weekend saw a swarm of people heading to check out the new space with perpetual lines out the door. MELT originally opened on Rosedale in April 2014 but quickly outgrew the location. The Magnolia location allows MELT to make more ice cream and expand its menu with sundaes, (ice-cream) taco Tuesdays and a longer-lasting inventory. Embracing its Instagram-worthy wall, the new MELT has a window displaying snaps from patrons.

Locally owned women’s clothing boutique You Are Here will close its current location inside the Village at Camp Bowie in mid-August and reopen at 5109 Pershing Ave. at the corner of Camp Bowie and Pershing after Labor Day. The store will close with a mega sale through Aug. 5. Exact details are still under wraps, but owners Anne Walker Miller and Joanna Bennett will work with Simple Things Furniture to design the larger space.