We check out 10 hard-to-find but easy-to-love restaurants around Tarrant County, from a backyard Tex-Mex eatery that’s only open Fridays to a college-campus grill where all you have to study is the menu.
Even though broccoli doesn’t take long to cook — 10 minutes in the steamer or 20 if you’re roasting it in the oven — I like to make a batch and keep it in the fridge so it’s there when I need some green, whether it’s added to salad, an omelette, or chopped up and sprinkled on top of a homemade pizza.
While some restaurants closed on the “Day Without Immigrants” protest, restaurateur Shannon Wynne kept his flagship restaurant open, working the host stand and handing out letters sympathetic to workers.
Southlake residents Javeed and Sonia Khan were inspired by her restaurateur father to open Mughlai Fine Indian Cuisine in Dallas a few years ago. Now they’re getting ready to open a location in the city where they live.
The east Fort Worth restaurant welcomes diners with Cajun music, and serves up plenty of south Louisiana flavor. Other options include Southern Classic Daiquiri Factory and Tributary Cafe in Fort Worth and Damian’s Cajun Soul Cafe in Arlington.