Cardona Foods Cafe, Mariposa’s Latin Kitchen and Rodriguez Foods of Fort Worth, along with Tommy Tamale Market & Cafe of Grapevine, rolled out their best tamales against Dallas shops for a DFW-wide contest.
Campo Verde restaurant in Arlington has been impressing customers for nearly 30 years with their elaborate holiday decorations that cover almost every available surface. Owner James Williams talks about what it takes to pull off the flashy display.
Kia McAdams, an assistant elementary-school principal from Fort Worth, played on Monday’s edition of the popular game show. And the Wheel of Fortune smiled on her throughout the episode. Well, most of it.
The choices for where to go on New Year’s Eve in DFW are many, ranging from big concerts to fireworks shows, with museums, movie theaters and even water park getting into the act. Here’s a big list of what’s up.
The Fort Worth-bred singer posts on Instagram that ‘New Years in the Funk’ in Fort Worth is where he’ll be partying for NYE. But the location’s still a secret, although it will be on the Near Southside.
Snuffer’s Restaurant & Bar has closed its Southlake location, as 12 years the longest-running one in Tarrant County. The chain also closed an Arlington location this year, but a Colleyville one remains open.
Willie Nelson song ‘Pretty Paper,’ about a disabled man hoping that you won’t pass him by, is based on a real-life Santo man on the street outside the old Leonards Department Store in Fort Worth, Texas.
Oliver’s Fine Foods, which closed in Sundance Square in April 2017, announced on Facebook that it is selling its catering business and that it will close its Mansfield store Saturday after 10 years in business.
The radio host Glenn Beck joins a list of celebrities, including Tyler Perry and Kid Rock, who have made customers’ Christmases brighter with random acts of philanthropy, according to a Dallas Morning News report
For the first time in its 70-year history, anyone can dine at the Women’s Club of Fort Worth. Z’s sells grab-and-go lunches from the club’s back door, and has a few dine-in tables in the grand old dining room.
Christmas is coming soon, and if you’re rather have your dinner out (or made for you by a restaurant), there are a lot of choices for Christmas Eve and Christmas in DFW. We unwrap a list of places here. (UPDATED)
Between Fort Worth and Arlington, Texas, a restaurant lined with holiday lights marks its 40th Christmas hosting families for what has become a DFW Christmas tradition that extends far into the new year.