Cowtown Brewing is not going to threaten the top-ranked barbecue restaurants anytime soon. But if you can’t get away from downtown, Cowtown is a good stop for lunch or dinner along East Belknap Street.
Hey, Bud! expolains that a new, more casual Saint-Émilion is now open at 3617 W. Seventh St., serving family-style coq au vin or ribeye steak and frites for two, plus entrees such as mussels, Basque chicken and a branzino-shrimp combo. T
Rosako Bailey’s cooking and charm put Rosako’s Soul Food & BBQ on a Food Network show with Guy Fieri and now, on the Travel Channel. Soon, he’ll open a second restaurant, Rosako’s Bar & Grill in Lewisville.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, which has a Dallas location for a decade and a Grapevine location for more than five years, is making its Fort Worth move: It’s long-awaited Shops at Clearfork location opens in December.
The Highland Park Cafeteria, Dallas’ 93-year-old gold-standard of Southern cooking, offers both take-home dinners and a Turkey Day menu. It’s a Dallas-Fort Worth tradition and the best bargain of the holiday. On Thanksgiving, a turkey dinner with dessert will cost $15.99.
The Parade of Lights is at 6 p.m. Sunday in downtown Fort Worth. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend. So here’s a few tips on transportation and street closures to keep you in the spirit. (Updated)
After her dad Kidd Kraddick died in 2013, Caroline Kraddick put a music career on hold to run Kidd’s Kids, the charity Kidd founded. After an ‘American Idol’ run and a new single, the music career is back.
At Miracle in Cowtown, expect nostalgic holiday decorations and intricate hand-crafted cocktails of the potent variety. New York City-based pop-up bar makes its second appearance at Proper on Magnolia.