Weatherford Democrat


November 3, 2013

Tops in Weatherford


The communal feel to the place comes from new people finding the place regularly, wanting a place to sit and potentially having to make a few new friends in the process. While the growth is obviously welcomed, Carr admits he is almost “topped out” with the crowds he and his staff can realistically handle.

“All together we have learned to adapt and handle our growth, but it’s getting to a point where we can get almost too busy, which keeps us from focusing on the details,” Carr said. “People appreciate the effort we put into our sandwiches and the details we do. It’s part of the vision I had when we first got started: be a hole in the wall with really good food.”

When looking for a place for his new restaurant, Carr, a prior owner of Downtown Weatherford Café, said a family friend of the owner said he had a spot in the back of his stove store and the rest is history Starting out with sandwiches and a chef-driven daily special, Carr said the focus has moved from daily specials to sandwiches and burgers because it was becoming difficult for Carr, a trained chef, to continue coming up with something creative.

The Shed at David’s Stove Shop is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For more information, call 817-594-5533 or visit to find out what is cooking tomorrow.

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