New dining expected at Fort Worth’s Victory Shops at Heritage Trace development

Jamba Juice opened in development in January. (Kira Lovell / Community Impact Newspaper)

Businesses begin to fill the new commercial development on 9633 N. Freeway on the northwest corner of Heritage Trace Parkway and I-35W called Victory Shops at Heritage Trace. Native Coffee + Kitchen, Marble Slab Creamery, Great American Cookies, Jamba Juice, and Hotworx are already open, and more dining and lifestyle options are expected to be added.

Zero Degrees, a beverage and snack chain that blends Asian and Hispanic cuisines, will open a store in development. The chain has several other locations across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Rachel’s Mediterranean Grill, a chain based in New York State, will open a location here in Texas. The chain offers do-it-yourself salads, wraps and bowls all over New York.

The Outback Steakhouse comes to Heritage Trace. The national restaurant chain is known for its steaks and its starter Bloomin ‘Onion. The chain has another steakhouse in southwest Fort Worth.

The Houston-based chain Salata is now serving its own salads as well as flavored teas and sodas from their Heritage Trace kitchen.

Embassy Suites, Hilton’s upscale hotel chain, is expected to open an Alliance location under development.

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