A Hurst-based business is bringing breakfast and lunch options to Grapevine.

Bacon’s Bistro Cafe plans to open by the second weekend in June at 4010 William D. Tate Ave., owner Adam Daily said. The business is waiting on its certificate of occupation from the city.

It will move into the former location of the Snooty Pig, which closed in February 2022, according to previous Community Impact reporting.

A closer look

Daily said he is proud of the menu, which serves breakfast all day and lunch as well. He said one of the more popular options in Hurst is the classic breakfast: eggs, a choice of meat, a side and bread. The Rooftop is another top seller with hash browns, sauteed vegetables and a choice of meat cooked together and topped with shredded cheddar cheese and two eggs. Chicken-fried steak can be a breakfast or lunch option, depending on when it is ordered.

In their own words

“We chose Grapevine for a few reasons,” Daily said. “The first is: It is Grapevine. Grapevine is the tourism hub of Tarrant County, and to have a restaurant in that city just opens up more opportunities. Another reason is that we want to stay in Tarrant County as we expand and specifically in northeast Tarrant. This is our home, and having driven on highways and in traffic to get into Dallas or downtown Fort Worth for several years to get to work before Bacon's, being able to stay in our community is important to us. The last reason is this Grapevine location is just in a good spot. It was a breakfast restaurant for 20 years prior to us moving in. We think people miss getting their breakfast close by and hopefully get back into that habit.”