Fort Worth seafood restaurant Shuck Me is fishing- and family-centric; Starbucks to open 2 new locations in McKinney and more top DFW news

Chief operating partner Bill Curci said Shuck Me’s most popular food item is its fried catfish, which can be served alone or as part of a combo with shrimp or oysters. (Bailey Lewis/Community Impact Newspaper)
Chief operating partner Bill Curci said Shuck Me’s most popular food item is its fried catfish, which can be served alone or as part of a combo with shrimp or oysters. (Bailey Lewis/Community Impact Newspaper)

Chief operating partner Bill Curci said Shuck Me’s most popular food item is its fried catfish, which can be served alone or as part of a combo with shrimp or oysters. (Bailey Lewis/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Despite unique name, Fort Worth seafood restaurant Shuck Me is fishing- and family-centric

When a mutual friend of soon-to-be Shuck Me Seafood owners Roger and Monica Haverkamp first called Bill Curci years ago to help the Haverkamps with their restaurants, Curci said his first question was, “What’s it called?”

Lewisville Fishing Barge shut down to address safety concerns

“You just don’t want anybody going out there and having an enjoyable time with their families fishing and having a preventable accident happen,” said James Kunke, Lewisville's community relations and tourism director.


Starbucks to open 2 new locations in McKinney

One location will open on Virginia Parkway and another will open on Hardin Boulevard.

Julio Pineda to help bring new restaurant Sueño Modern Mex-Tex to Richardson

Restaurateur Julio Pineda plans to offer Richardson a new spin on traditional Tex-Mex dishes when the new eatery Sueño Modern Mex-Tex opens in December.

Solo Brands' new headquarters, showroom now open in Grapevine

Solo Brands, an outdoor company that owns Solo Stove, Chubbies, Oru Kayak and Isle Paddleboard, opened its new headquarters and flagship showroom Nov. 18 at 1001 Mustang Dive in Grapevine.

Bailey Lewis, Samantha Van Dyke, Miranda Jaimes, William C. Wadsack and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.


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