The long-running west-side location of the Ginger Man posts on Facebook that its last day will be Oct. 21. But that’s on Camp Bowie Boulevard. “Don’t worry, funky town, we’ll be back,” the post promises.
BoomerJack’s Bar & Grill, which launched in Fort Worth, is now up to 13 North Texas locations, including a new Grapevine one that will have its grand opening on Aug. 29. And the chain is in rapid-growth mode.
Corky’s Gaming Bistro opens in Grapevine with nearly 80 classic arcade games, as well as a menu big on burgers, tacos, pizza and a bar with craft beer and cocktails with names like Pinball Wizard and Frogger.
The $250 million restaurant/entertainment/hotel complex by Globe Life Park in Arlington kicked off a four-day grand-opening celebration on Thursday night. Troy Aikman and Pudge Rodriguez were both on hand.
Board game cafes have become popular in North America, but Fort Worth doesn’t have one yet. Game Theory and Friend & Foe are out to change that, and they say that the town is big enough for both of them.