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Toasted Coffee + Kitchen Fort Worth

Toasted Coffee + Kitchen (Crockett Row at West 7th) + KITCHEN IS NOW OPEN ON Crockett Row at West 7th.

Toasted Fort Worth
To Celebrate the Restaurant is Offering $2 Lattes Through October 31st
The Toasted Coffee + Kitchen Fort Worth outpost is open in Crockett Row at 2972 Crockett Street, Fort Worth. To celebrate Toasted is offering Fort Worthians $2 lattes from now until October 31st. Guests should simply mention this article to redeem.
Toasted is designed for coffee and carbs lovers to hang-out anytime … day or night. Whether headed into the office, looking for a new spot for lunch, work, or study, or gathering with friends for brunch or cocktails on the patio, Toasted has you covered. The restaurant specializes in over-the-top, fancy-a$$ toasts and craft coffee but it’s not just a two-trick pony. The menu also features salads bursting with flavors, healthy entrees, specialty sandwiches, indulgent brunch favorites, desserts, and much more.
Toasted opens weekdays at 7:00am and weekends at 8:00am. The new spot stays open until 10:00pm Wednesdays through Saturdays and 9:00pm Sundays through Tuesdays.
The Toasted Story:
Bob Sinnott, Owner of TOASTED Coffee + Kitchen, holds 30 years of financial experience for regional and national restaurant chains, including Chili’s, On The Border, Macaroni Grill, Mi Cocina, Taco Diner, El Fenix, Maggiano’s, Corner Bakery, Meso Maya, Snuffer’s, Tony Roma’s, Bennigan’s, Steak & Ale, Taco Bueno, and Black-Eyed Pea. After graduating with highest honors with an accounting degree from The University of Texas in Austin, Sinnott began his professional career at KPMG, where his clients primarily consisted of national restaurant and retail chains.
Whether it is Mexican, Italian, burgers, or steaks, Sinnott has played it, analyzed it, and devoured it. He’s experienced public, private, and private-equity ownership and growth strategies ranging from heavy leverage to no leverage. But whatever the genre, price-point, or expansion plan, Sinnott understands that none of it works without quality food and service.