Grand Vie Fall 2018 - West

Stumptown beans to freshly prepared grab-and-go offerings, Royal Blue is a modern grocery store stocked with locally sourced products, where and when you need it. | FORT WORTH More retailers and restaurants joined the growing Shops at Clearfork lineup this fall. Bachendorf’s will make its Fort Worth debut right on time, offering the finest designer jewelry, timepieces, gifts and collectibles. The Dallas-based jewelry retailer is an authorized Rolex dealer with no shortage of other luxury watch brands — think TAG Heuer, Breitling, Michele, to name a few. Peaceful spa days await in early 2019 with the introduction of Austin’s award-winning milk + honey to Clearfork. With a variety of indulgent (yet, healthy and effective) treatments for both women and men, the full-service spa promises a relaxing, healing experience. Inside, clients enjoy a calming, modern aesthetic, retail space stocked with hyper-clean products and a warm, welcoming staff. From treatment rooms and salon chairs to mani-pedi stations, have yourself a merry-little spa day. | If your Instagram feed is looking sweeter, you have Kate Weiser Chocolates to thank. Known for detailed, hand-painted designs, the gourmet confectionery brought its first non-Dallas location to Clearfork. Talk about unique gifts (and/or treats for you), the store features all of Kate Weiser’s 26 signature bonbons, as well as handcrafted candy bars, homemade chocolate bars and seasonal goodies. As one of the first eateries announced at Clearfork, Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen finally opened its doors. And guess what, it was worth the wait! What started as a counter-service, fast-casual grill in Chicago (named for founder Craig Bernstein’s dad, Doc B) has evolved into a full-service restaurant with a from-scratch menu. Whether you’re craving a double- cut pork chop or a spicy fried- chicken sandwich, Doc B’s will not disappoint. Sources suggest the tres leches is always a winner. Speaking of delicious eats, are y’all ready for a flavorful array of culinary adventures under one roof? Say hello to Fort Worth’s newest hot spot: Crockett Street Food Hall . Opening this month in Crockett Row at West 7th, the 16,000-square-foot food hall is the first of its kind in the city and features a wide variety of cuisines — including Knife Burger from “Top Chef” alumni John Tesar and former TCU football star David Hawthorne’s Not Just Q. The open, airy hall houses a collection of 14 local eateries with everything from barbeque to doughnuts and so much more. If you’re not already starving, a walk around the food hall is sure to awaken your appetite. | Bachendorf’s, Fort Worth Louis Vuitton Men’s Store, NorthPark Center Kate Weiser Chocolates, Fort Worth The Flower Gals, Dallas 13