Waterside Adds Fast-Casual Seafood, More Tenants

Another eatery has joined the lineup at Waterside. 

Richardson-based Tricky Fish will open a second location at Waterside. The fast-casual seafood restaurant, owned by Cajun chain Razzoo's, features a Louisiana-inspired menu with items like po’boys, muffalettas and fried fish, along with desserts like its signature French toast sundae, topped with caramelized bread pudding croutons, vanilla ice cream and a peach bourbon sauce. Tricky Fish's 4,200-square-foot space will include a full bar and patio. It's slated to open this month.

“The expansion of the Tricky Fish brand to Fort Worth’s Waterside represents an important next step,” Razzoo’s CEO Jeff Powell said in a statement. “We’ve had such enthusiastic response from guests at our Richardson location, and we are certain that diners in this area of Tarrant County will share our love of fresh and flavorful cuisine with a relaxing atmosphere.”

Also opening at Waterside are aesthetic treatment boutique, OrangeTwist, and dental office Ideal Dental. OrangeTwist will offer services like skin care, fat reduction, and wrinkle relief; Ideal Dental will offer general and emergency dentistry, orthodontics, teeth whitening, and oral surgery among other services. 

Waterside is located at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive. The 63-acre mixed-use development, which fronts part of the Trinity River, is already home to tenants like Whole Foods Market, REI and Piattello Italian Kitchen.