Pay what you can afford; pay what you would typically pay; or pay what you would typically pay, plus a little extra. That’s the premise by Taste Community Restaurant, Fort Worth’s new nonprofit eatery whose mission is to help feed, educate and serve those in Tarrant County who might not know where their next meal will come from. But the restaurant is far from a soup kitchen.
Chef Jeff Williams, who founded the nonprofit Taste Project, is preparing fresh dishes with seasonal ingredients. Diners from all backgrounds are flocking for starters like farro salad with broccoli rabe and lemon vinaigrette and cream of carrot soup, along with entrees that range from a traditional burger to cornbread-stuffed quail served over pureed cauliflower.
The bright and airy space is open for lunch (for now) 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
1200 S. Main St., Fort Worth, www.tasteproject.org.