The breakfast and brunch restaurant will provide Cajun-style meals with a California twist, according to a Facebook post. Menu items include waffles, stuffed French toast, skillet hotties and signature omelets. The restaurant also offers a variety of lunch options such as burgers, sandwiches, gumbo, chicken and catfish entrees.
The new restaurant will take over the former Dickey’s Barbeque Pit’s location at 711 Keller Parkway. Construction to renovate the 2,949-square-foot property will begin in May, according to the project filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
“I traveled to California and visited Huckleberry’s Breakfast & Lunch with the Heritage Restaurant Brands team and a few franchisees of the brand,” said Josh Calvert, a multiunit Huckleberry’s owner. “I knew right away I wanted to bring the excitement of this brand to Texas. The operating hours, truly amazing food and the Southern hospitality just made me feel at home. The brand leadership has me feeling very confident I will be successful, and I am excited to grow in Keller, Fort Worth and beyond.”
No phone number is available. https://huckleberrys.com