“Is Americado open or closed?” you may ask. At the time of this typing, the South Side Mexican restaurant is indeed open.
But the sleek spot on Berry Street did, in fact, close for a few days, then reopen with a slimmed-down menu.
“We’re focusing on what we do best,” says co-owner Tyler Casey.
That means tacos, primarily, of which there are several new varieties.
These include the John Wayne, with brisket, onions, mushrooms, guacamole and queso fresco; the El Cri Cri, made with ribeye and cheddar mashed potatoes; and the Frida, stuffed with chicken tenders, buttermilk ranch and slaw.
Although the restaurant has discontinued lunch service, weekend brunch remains, starting at 11 a.m. both days, with dishes such as churro French toast, breakfast tacos and huevos divorciados.
2000 W. Berry St., Fort Worth. 817-759-9107, www.americadofw.com.