Grapevine restaurant Great Scott announces it will close in 2020

A board of prepared meats and cheeses from Great Scott.
Great Scott will close in early 2020. (Amber Friend/Community Impact Newspaper)

Great Scott will close in early 2020. (Amber Friend/Community Impact Newspaper)

Owners Matthew and Danielle Scott will close their restaurant, Great Scott, in January 2020. Danielle Scott said she and her husband had reached an amicable agreement with the landlord of the location to close the restaurant. The Scotts had described the restaurant as a passion project for them, and they offered prepared meats, wines, cocktails and local craft beers. The restaurant is located at 1701 Cross Roads Drive, Grapevine. 817-717-7701. www.greatscottrestaurant.com
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