Denton favorite Boca 31’s second location, in Keller Town Center, is getting ready to go. Also coming: a “bowl” place on Rufe Snow Drive, and a long-overdue Old Town Keller spot that was scheduled to open last fall.
Try out new Fort Worth-Arlington restaurants you’ve been meaning to and/or revisit standout spots? With July and August traditionally slow months for dining out, there couldn’t be a better time to try out.
The restaurant specials run Aug. 10-Sept. 3. More than 100 restaurants offer $39 or $49 fine-dining dinner specials. From $8-$10 of each check is donated to either Lena Pope Home or a Dallas-area food bank.
Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse, which has a location in the Colony, plans to open in a spot where more than a half-dozen restaurants have come and gone. UPDATE: Bourbon Street Oyster Bar & Grill is also coming.
The all-new "Harley Quinn Spinsanity" ride will open to the public on Saturday, July 14, 2018, at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington. The unique ride uses gyro technology to twist, flip and spin those seeking thrills, while suspending them up to 70 feet in the air.
The Parker County Peach Festival in Weatherford, TX, is July 14, 2018. In Fort Worth, Rockin’ the River music series continues, and the Amon Carter Museum and Fort Worth Science and History Museum have programs.
In “Unfriended: Dark Web,” a group of friends is drawn into a dangerous network of internet evildoers through messages on a used laptop computer. But in this age of Russian hackers and cyberbullying, its story is too real to be fun.
If you’re searching for a pleasant-enough meal, where five tacos-per-person are the norm and margaritas on the rocks are whipped to a foamy head, well, you could do far worse than Bartaco in the WestBend district.
In Fort Worth, former fine-dining chef Sage Sakiri is doing the same dishes as always, but they’re in boxes or on paper plates for inexpensive prices in a casual east side cafe. “I think it’s where the market is today,” he said,
In Fort Worth, former fine-dining chef Sage Sakiri is doing the same dishes as always, but they’re in boxes or on paper plates for inexpensive prices in a casual east side cafe. “I think it’s where the market is today,” he said, “