Clay Pigeon chef to open 2nd FW restaurant

Posted 11:14am on Monday, Mar. 14, 2016

Fresh off chef Marcus Paslay’s appearance on the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning , there’s additional news about the Clay Pigeon Food and Drink owner: He plans to open a second restaurant this fall in southwest Fort Worth.

The restaurant, Piattello Italian Kitchen, will be in the Waterside development that will also be a home to Fort Worth’s first Whole Foods Market and to a Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza, which recently opened its first Tarrant location in Arlington.

According to a release, “Paslay’s take on comfortable Italian fare will include housemade pastas, as well as pizzas from a wood-burning oven. Special features will be available daily. In the mornings, part of the restaurant will be open as Piattello Coffee Bar.”

The restaurant will be a 5,300 square-foot space with a covered patio, according to the release. . For updates, visit or Clay Pigeon Food and Drink on Facebook.

H/T 360 West magazine, which first posted about Paslay’s plans on its Facebook page.

Also coming to Waterside: REI, Sur la Table, Taco Diner, Zoës Kitchen, Tokyo Joe’s, Massage Heights, Amazing Lash, Mattress Firm and The Pretty Kitty. For updates, visit or follow WatersideFW on Facebook. Waterside is at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive in southwest Fort Worth.

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