Righteous Foods, Knife Burger and more are offering deals to federal government workers affected by the shutdown. Official identification will be needed, but some of these deals are pretty sweet. UPDATED
Americado, the restaurant/dining hall that had undergone many changes in its short life, is definitely closed. But its others have another restaurant, quirky La Zona on Magnolia, and they have big plans for it.
As you may have heard, Dr Pepper started a change.org petition to become the official soft drink of Texas. But now there’s backlash stemming from the Plano-based company’s elimination of Dublin Dr Pepper in 2011.
Kaaboo Texas, a three-day festival scheduled for May 10-12 at AT&T Stadium, will feature the Killers, Sting, Kid Rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lauryn Hill, the Avett Brothers, Pitbull, Counting Crows and a whole lot more.
In 2020, the Dickies Arena will have its own kitchen staff and private club. No decision has been made yet about whether Reata will continue to operate the old Backstage Club, Reata at the Rodeo or La Espuela Mexican Cantina.
Brandon Todd, who has been with KDFW/Channel 4 since 1998, will co-anchor the 4 to 6 a.m. portion of the morning show with current early co-anchor Hanna Battah. And then he’ll report for the show till 10 a.m.
Dr Pepper has launched a petition to become ‘the official soft drink of the Lone Star State.’ From this, we infer that Texas does not have an official soft drink yet. And it turns out that we’re correct.
Grub Burger Bar, a Bryan-based chain, will officially open its first Fort Worth location Jan. 15 near Alliance Town Center in far north Fort Worth. We’re pretty full after going to an opening-eve preview.
As Tarrant County Republicans voted whether to keep Vice Chair Shahid Shafi or remove him from his vice chairman post, another Muslim Republican was at work across the street at his neighborhood burger grill.
Street parking is free before 10 a.m. So visit west Fort Worth to try Avoca Coffee, the Food Hall at Crockett Row or two good weekend brunch restaurants serving everything from pancakes and French toast to migas and huevos rancheros.
Aledo resident Trisha Ruiz complained that Whataburger was too far away when she and her husband moved “out to the country.” So he built their budding community of yard chickens a Whataburger-themed Whata-coop.