The owners of Terry Black’s Barbeque bought a Fort Worth spot for a new restaurant. They plan to demolish a former Wendy’s and build a traditional barbecue restaurant according to a KRLD Newsradio 1080 article. They say,
“When it comes to barbeque, Texas doesn’t mess around. Just about anywhere you go in DFW, there is likely a barbeque spot nearby that would make just about every other state jealous.
Now, even more barbeque is coming to town as the owners of Terry Black’s Barbeque recently bought a spot in Fort Worth for a new restaurant.
Back in October, the owners of Terry Black’s Barbeque purchased the former Wendy’s located at 2926 W. Seventh St. with plans to demolish it and build a traditional barbecue restaurant in its place. “Nothing is imminent — we’re just excited to be in Fort Worth,” said Mark Black.”
The burger restaurant, built in 1977, is next to In-N-Out Burger on a new section of West Seventh Street. Terry Black’s Barbecue has locations in Austin, Dallas, and Lockhart according to a Fort Worth Star-Telegram article. They say,
“The burger restaurant, built in 1977 to replace a 40-year-old Texaco station, is next door to In-N-Out Burger on an upgraded section of West Seventh Street where at least two new hotels are expected near the Crockett Row shops.
Terry Black’s Barbecue opened in 2014 in Austin after a family split with 90-year-old Black’s Barbecue in Lockhart. Terry Black’s added a Dallas location in Deep Ellum in 2019 and a location in 2022 back in Lockhart.”
Mark Black said they may move up Fort Worth plans instead of Waco. The family plans to buy real estate and open various establishments.