North Richland Hills restaurant Wicho’s finds a new home in Grapevine
10 Feb 2021
Wicho’s House Restaurant was in North Richland Hills for about a year and a half before the family-run business decided that its 7,000-square-foot footprint was too burdensome during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But instead of calling it quits, the Tuney family has moved to a smaller space in Grapevine, where they opened this week. The new location, roughly half the size of the previous incarnation in North Richland Hills, is at 2100 W. Northwest Highway, off State Highway 114.
“We were looking for something close by,” said Kimberly Tuney, who works at Wicho’s, along with other family members, including dad Luis.
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