The story behind Chef Point is the stuff of legend. It began as a little restaurant within a gas station, but the quality of the food didn’t fit its humble surroundings. The juxtaposition of elevated comfort food - like lobster mac and cheese, blackened pork chops, and a famous bread pudding - in a more casual setting helped Chef Point gain a local fanbase and national attention. Now years later, Chef Point has expanded into an expansive restaurant and patio, with locations in north Fort Worth and Colleyville.
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