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.
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 4 p.m. Thursday, KDGE/102.1 FM “Star 102.1” started playing full-time Christmas music. As expected, KLUV/98.7 FM followed on Friday. You may think both went early, but stations elsewhere flipped by Nov. 1.
More and more restaurants are doing the Thanksgiving thing — and/or providing alternatives to it — in DFW. Here’s a list (which we’ll be updating) of what’s going to be open. Make your reservations now.
The dining hall, which had already announced some restaurants, including a Knife Burger from Dallas celebrity chef John Tesar, will have a grand opening Dec. 7-8.. A couple of big Fort Worth chefs are involved.
Michael Lee grew up listening to the blues and started playing guitar at 12. He has now advanced to the live rounds on NBC’s ‘The Voice,’ surviving a knockout round so close that it was decided by a coin flip.
Details are sketchy, but it’s otherwise unambiguous: Dive Oyster Bar, which opened in late 2015, has a big “CLOSED” sign on its Facebook page. It’s one in a series of restaurants to close in its location.