Dallas restaurateur Monica Greene headed to Fort Worth

Monica Greene/Facebook

Monica Greene/Facebook

Two years ago Monica Greene posted a message on her Facebook page that hinted she would open a restaurant in Fort Worth.

Now that hint is becoming a reality. She’s opening a new spot on the Bluebonnet traffic circle, as reported today by CultureMap’s Teresa Gubbins. The place will be called Pegaso Diner – the same name of a shortly lived restaurant she opened in 2003 in Big D.

The restaurant will open in the long vacated Tiff & Andi’s spot, not far from where Fred’s Texas recently opened a third location.

Monica has owned or been involved in several restaurants over the years, including Monica’s Aca y Alla in Deep Ellum and BEE Enchiladeria in Oak Cliff.

The original Dallas location of Pegaso served burritos, tacos and tortas, in a fast-casual atmosphere. The Fort Worth location may open by July, Gubbins wrote in her story.

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