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Grady Spears to hold benefit for Granbury tornado victims

Posted 1:02pm on Friday, May. 24, 2013

Chef Grady Spears has a lot of Fort Worth history, with stints at Reata, Dutch’s and the now-closed Grady’s. Since 2011, he’s been at Grady’s Line Camp Steakhouse, a road trip from Fort Worth but just a little bit southwest of Granbury, where the Rancho Brazos Estates subdivision was wiped out by an EF4 tornado that killed six people this month.

Grady’s Line Camp isn’t usually open Sunday, but Spears will open the doors from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday for Grady’s for Granbury, an all-day music and food event to assist families affected by the tornado. All the restaurant’s profits from that day will go toward Habitat for Humanity of Hood County, which ius dedicated to restoring the Rancho Brazos Estates neighborhood.

Musical guests will include Whiskey Folk Ramblers, Tommy Alverson and many, many others. Admission is $5 (food is extra); children 12 and under get in free. For information and updates, follow the Grady’s for Granbury events page on Facebook. Grady’s Line Camp is at 4610 Shaw Road in Tolar; for directions, go here.

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