New Irving restaurant Pacific Table is inspired by the seafood of the Pacific Northwest – The Dallas Morning News

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Fort Worth restaurant Pacific Table has opened a second location, in Irving’s Water Street district.

The menu is inspired by the fresh fish from the Pacific Northwest — an interesting focus we don’t see at many restaurants in North Texas. Chef Felipe Armenta’s dishes include raw and fried oysters, lots of seafood entrees including cedar plank salmon, miso salmon and trout almondine, and sushi rolls.

Pacific Table, which opened Feb. 10, 2020, is located in Gables Water Street. The Water Street area is a 60,000 square-foot district overlooking Lake Carolyn with easy access to Toyota Music Factory and the Irving Convention Center. Nearby eateries include Hugo’s Invitados, Pax & Beneficia Coffee, Olivella’s pizza, the Ginger Man pub and more.

The new Pacific Table is at 5238 N O’Connor Blvd, Irving. The original Pacific Table is at 1600 S. University Drive in Fort Worth.

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Pax & Beneficia serves lattes, cortados and Turkish coffee.

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