Home  >  Dining


A heaping helping of news & reviews from DFWs dining scene.

Wheelhouse rolls into Design District with worthy food, service and design

Wheelhouse 105


The first thing to notice about Wheelhouse isn’t the food, the setting or the service — all of which deserve praise of varying degrees — but the sculpture. Read more

85ºC Bakery Cafe planning to perk up Fort Worth


Courtesy 85º Bakery Cafe

About this time last year, reports started coming out about 85º Bakery Cafe — Read more

Lee’s Grilled Cheese restaurant closes in north Fort Worth; food truck rolls on

Lee's Grilled Cheese (Fort Worth) - Chipotle Gouda, Herb Ro.JPG

Special to the Star-Telegram

Lee’s Grilled Cheese, a popular food truck which became a busy restaurant, is back on wheels after the storefront location closed Friday. Read more

Keller restaurant FnG Eats cancels Grand Prairie location, plans new concepts closer

0905_klr_FnG 8

Star-Telegram archives

FnG Eats has abandoned the idea of a Grand Prairie location and will open other concepts in Keller, chef-owner Bob Stephenson said Friday. Read more

Another new market: Eatzi’s first Fort Worth store set for May 11 opening

The first Fort Worth location of Eatzi’s Market & Bakery is expected to open May 11 in University Park Village. Read more

Once you get past the confusion, Americado’s food is a hit

Americado 107


If there was ever a restaurant in need of a know-before-you-go guide, it’s Americado Mexi-Food Hall, a newly opened Mexican restaurant on the city’s south side. Read more

A new Enchiladas Olé with a sunset view

Meso 104


Enchilada sauce maker Mary Patino Perez has wanted a new location for months, and now she has it. Read more

New Enchiladas Olé in South of Fourth will include sunset views

INDULGE Ehchiladas Ole 1

Star-Telegram archives

The new South of Fourth development along the Trinity River east of downtown has its first tenant. Read more

Big Bend’s Tejas line takes on Mexican brands


Big Bend Brewing

Dos Equis. Corona. Maybe Modelo or Pacifico. A mountain of limes. These are the dominant players of Cinco de Mayo (other than tequila, of course). Read more

Mad for Plaid: If you can’t win a plaid jacket at Colonial, at least you can drink one

The month of May is marked by celebrations — graduations, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day weekend — and in Fort Worth, a hallowed PGA tournament tradition that culminates with the celebratory fitting of a plaid jacket. The Dean & Deluca Invitational kicks off May 22 at Colonial Co... Read more

Page 3