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Taste Community Restaurant

Opening strong with exceptional dishes on a solid menu, Taste is the city’s first donation-based, volunteer-run restaurant. Owner-chef Jeff Williams turns out an irresistible starter in slightly melty pimento cheese atop toasted baguette slices, along with a velvety cumin-scented carrot soup. Chunks of tender ribeye figure into the rich, dark chili, and big, firm Gulf shrimp crown a wide, shallow bowl of lush white-cheddar grits. The restored century-old Near Southside building features exposed brick walls, plenty of natural light, modern furnishings, and clean lines, thanks to work made possible by generous donations from the public. Prices aren’t published on the menu or check, but diners are asked to pay what they can afford, pay what they would at a comparable restaurant, or pay what they’d typically pay plus a little extra.

City: Fort Worth


Drinks: No bar

Price: $

Rating: ★★

Address: 1200 S. Main, Fort Worth, TX, 76104

Hours: L Tue–Sat.

Phone: 817-759-9045

Website: https://www.tasteproject.org/comeeat/

Last updated: December 19, 2017