Fixe, Austin’s Southern House, is located on the ground floor of the IBC Bank Plaza in downtown Austin. (Tamir Kalifa for American-Statesman)

Southern restaurant Fixe is heading north.  But not all of the way into Yankee territory. Owners Keith House and chef James Robert will open a Fort Worth location this fall at The Shops at Clear Fork. The 6100 square-foot restaurant will feature an open kitchen, patio, wine room, bar and two private dining spaces.

As Fixe makes plans to open in Fort Worth, Adam Puksorius takes over the role of executive chef in Austin. (Credit: Logan Crable FIXE)

With Robert’s attention turned to the new location, Fixe announced that Adam Puksorius will take over executive chef duties at the downtown Austin location. The chef’s resume includes time at Asti, Mark’s American Cuisine in Houston, and Eddie V’s, where he worked with House and Robert.

“Having worked alongside Keith and James in the past I know that their commitment to quality and hospitality mirrors my own,” Puksorius said. “As they set their sights on opening the new location, I look forward to serving up the experience that guests have come to know and love from Fixe while also expanding the core menu with new dishes and bar collaborations that reflect my passion for progressive Southern cuisine.”


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