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Wild Salsa Reopens in Downtown Fort Worth

Wild Salsa has reopened at its original Cowtown location at 300 Throckmorton in City Place Center. The Mexico City-inspired restaurant is now open for dinner on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Wild Salsa originally opened in Dallas in 2011 and expanded to downtown Fort Worth in 2016. However, the pandemic, like so many other businesses, forced the restaurant concept to close — a four-year slog. Rumors of Wild Salsa’s return have circulated from time to time, but nothing has been confirmed. In June, DRG Concepts, Wild Salsa’s parent company, confirmed that the restaurant would indeed be reopening, this time with a special dine-in menu.

The recently renovated restaurant serves dishes such as Sonoran Chicken Enchiladas, Grilled Arrachera Steak Fajitas, Grilled Mahi Mahi and Chipotle Shrimp Tacos.

Wild Salsa also has an impressive Tequila menu including Smoked Oaxacan, Fresa Caliente, El Flamenco and Wild Salsa’s signature Wild Rita. Wild Salsa also offers complimentary valet parking on Throckmorton and parking in the City Place Center garage.

Since first opening in Dallas, Wild Salsa has won the Best New Restaurant Award from D-magazineAnd Dallas Morning News Reader’s Choice awards, as well as recommendations from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

“The Wild Salsa experience takes regional Mexican cuisine to new levels of energy and flavorful adventure — intentionally different in excellence and relentless quality,” according to a press release. “The concept delves deep into the authentic traditions of Mexican cuisine with ingredients that are fresh and sourced primarily locally from Texas.”

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