When Sera Dining & Wine opened a couple of months ago in the old Sapristi! space on Forest Park Boulevard in Fort Worth, a key element was missing: wine, unless you brought it yourself. The restaurant’s food was earning high marks, but it didn’t have its Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission permits yet.
In late November, it got them, and the restaurant is now serving French and Spanish wines by the bottle and glass. Wines include Peza Do Rei white, Acustic red, Ott Rose, and a Cotes du Rhone Viognier blend.
And while we’re nearing the climax of the DFW.com North Texas Craft Beer Battle, we should note that the restaurant is also serving three DFW brews: Rahr’s Blonde, Martin House Pretzel Stout and Peticolas Great Scot.
Sera also has one of its monthly “Sunday Suppers” planned -- for Dec. 10. Which is a Tuesday, but a scheduling conflict caused a shift from Dec. 8. This will be similar to the paella supper that kicked off the series, but will include a glass of Sherry, a choice of small-plate starters, and two paellas, including a vegetarian option. Cost is $35 per person.
Sera is at 2418 Forest Park Blvd. in Fort Worth. For updates and info, follow it on Facebook.