Old Is New Again

Todd Fiscus has reinvented the space that once housed Tillman’s Roadhouse inside West 7th. The new concept, Fort Worth Market + Table, opened at the end of October. With new décor, but the same chef, owner and bartender, the restaurant is divided into three sections. Opening at 7 a.m., seven days a week, Market has a grab-and-go selection of prepared salads and soups, plus rarely found artisan food brands made around the world. It’s designed as a spot where West 7th residents can stumble in to pick up pantry provisions, coffee and a ready-made meal. The Living Room @ Market has free WiFi and serves craft cocktails, local beer, house-made juices and barista-style coffee at bar-top tables and a stay-as-long-as-you-want patio. The final concept, Table, is tucked behind a private curtain and has a private street entrance. The 44-seat restaurant offers a more formal dining option with a regularly changing menu inspired by the seasons and Chef Kalen Morgenstern’s imagination.

Fiscus, an event planner and interiors expert, designed the three cohesive eateries in an effort to evolve with the city. “The dining arena has changed around us. So, it's time for us to change,” says Fiscus. “This is what I want in my neighborhood.”