The Fort Worth-based burger joint is one of four restaurants coming to the Sound of Cypress Waters, part of a large northwest Dallas County development that is not too far from Grapevine/Southlake/Colleyville.
The Lost Cajun, so-called because its Louisiana-raised founder opened the flagship location in Colorado, will open a Keller location in the fall — and get ready for the chain to open more in North Tarrant.
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.
The five-year-old craft barbecue restaurant has been sold to two familiar customers and will reopen Aug. 14, Barbie Strein said.Owner Ashton Stauffer keeps newer Jambo’s locations in Arlington and Pantego.
Chef Jon Bonnell’s “Texas cuisine” restaurant is getting fresh decor and furnishings after 17 years, just in time to serve the $49 benefit dinners. For each dinner, $10 goes to the Lena Pope children’s agency.
Reservoir, a popular restaurant/bar in Fort Worth’s West 7th area, will open a location in Toyota Music Factory where the multi-restaurant complex Big Beat Dallas opened and closed quickly in spring 2018.
The Wagyu Katsu Sando has been called the ‘Holy Grail of Sandwiches.” Houston-based B&B Butchers is about to introduce its version in its Fort Worth location. And for some, that price might be a bargain.
Tricky Fish, a ‘coastal & Cajun’ restaurant owned by Addison-based Razzoo’s, is the latest addition to the Waterside development anchored by Whole Foods Market. It will be Tricky Fish’s second DFW location.