Firebirds Wood Fired Grill is a sophisticated, contemporary steakhouse restaurant with a high-energy twist to the traditional grill, offering a classic American steakhouse menu packed with bold flavors in an inviting, fire-centric atmosphere.
It was named one of ten “Breakout Brands” by Nation’s Restaurant News and was awarded the Diners’ Choice Winner 2021 by OpenTable.
Dedicated to serving the community, not only does Firebirds support ever-increasing levels of sustainability efforts across all of its restaurants, it also partners with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, which has raised more than $2.5 million for children’s cancer research through its fresh lemonade sales.
AllianceTexas, where Firebirds will be making its new home, is a groundbreaking developmental achievement that has transformed the North Texas economic landscape and connected the area to the global industry. The Hillwood development, which spans 27,000 acres, is rooted in the world’s first industrial airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, and houses one of the nation’s primary intermodal hubs.
Currently, AllianceTexas is home to 533 businesses that have generated over 63,000 direct jobs, and features approximately 53 million commercial real estate square feet under development.
The area houses corporate headquarters, medical providers, centers of higher education, shopping and entertainment destinations, as well as vibrant residential communities. An estimated $92 billion in cumulative development activity has taken place in the North Texas region since 1989.
Firebirds is hiring over 100 team members in this new Fort Worth Location, situated at 2900 Amador Drive. Steve Kislow, CEO at Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, explained: “We are delighted to bring Firebirds Wood Fired Grill to Texas. After careful deliberation and research, we know that Fort Worth’s vibrant culture and authenticity aligns perfectly with our values and deep sense of community.”
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