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Tricky Fish opens at bustling CityLine Richardson

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CityLine in Richardson welcomes another new restaurant to their ever-expanding lineup, this time with Tricky Fish. Tricky Fish is owned and was developed by Razzoo's, and is described as polished-casual fresh gulf seafood with a southern twist.  Guests can choose to order at the counter and sear themselves, or make themselves comfy in the full-service bar area for a more traditional, server-centered dining experience.

The menu begins with some seafood-heavy starters like gumbo, calamari, oysters, and peel-and-eat shrimp. Non-seafood-lovers could choose from the Gravy Fries or Pork Rinds to start.

Salads, sandwiches (we're excited to try the Muffaletta), Po' Boys, and Main Plates offer a wide array of seafood and southern influence. Their signature dessert is their French Toast Sundae: an ice cream sundae topped with caramelized bread budding croutons and a peach bourbon sauce. A full-service bar features regional craft beer on tap, wine, and craft cocktails. Happy hour is daily from 3-7pm. 

“We are very excited to be opening our first Tricky Fish at CityLine,” said Chris Degan, president of Razzoo’s Brands. “The restaurant lineup will make the development a premier dining destination, and the mix of office and residential creates a great atmosphere. We were lucky to find such a perfect spot for our debut location.”

Tricky Fish
(located in the ground floor of Three CityLine)
1251 State Street
Richardson, TX

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