Jul. 09, 2014 at 4:36pm | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
The opening of a new Smoothie King might not seem that special, especially when it’s on Fort Worth’s Near Southside, where a number of independent, locally owned restaurants have opened during the past few years.
Jul. 09, 2014 at 6:49pm | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
My vegetarian wife is pretty open-minded about going to meat palaces, as long as the menu finds a place for something meatless. But apparently no amount of kale could get her into a place called Pluckers Wing Bar.
Jul. 09, 2014 at 11:33am | By Cathy Frisinger |Permalink
Whether you think of soul food as the food Grandma served or as something outside your range of experience, there aren’t a lot of options for it in Arlington, so Taste of Soul by Annie Mae is a welcome taste of something different.
Jul. 09, 2014 at 7:52am | By Scooter Hendon |Permalink
Texas brewing is typically known for being dominated by its German heritage. A mid-1800s boom of immigrants brought with it the methods, styles and traditions that helped shaped our state’s pre-Prohibition brewing. While that influence still exists, a Belgian influence from the 1990s left ...
Jul. 08, 2014 at 12:00pm | By Malcolm Mayhew |Permalink
With the kind of gritted-teeth excitement usually reserved for last-second game-winning goals, by-a-hair-close political races and Game of Thrones season finales, barbecue lovers in North Texas waited to learn the fate of Pecan Lodge Catering. Would it stay or would i...
Jul. 07, 2014 at 8:44pm | By Tim Madigan |Permalink
FORT WORTH —
In the mid-1960s, when John Roach was fresh out of business school, his allowance was a dollar a day to park in downtown Fort Worth, a dollar a day for lunch. That’s one reason Roach was a regular at Bailey’s Bar-B-Que on Taylor Street.
Jul. 04, 2014 at 6:41am | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
During a conference call for Restaurant Startup, the new CNBC show featuring Fort Worth’s Tim Love and MasterChef’s Joe Bastianich, a reporter asked the chefs about their favorite type of restaurants. Both had a quick response.
Jul. 03, 2014 at 5:54pm | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
Tristan Simon, the CEO of DFW dining empire Consilient Restaurants, has sold his stake in the company to his partner, Dallas oilman Tim Headington, and quit the biz, D Magazines Nancy Nichols reports.