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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
The Haltom Theater, which stood vacant for years, is gearing up for a big celebration when it opens on New Year’s Eve. The historic theater, featuring events and concerts, is part of the growth that is taking place in Haltom City.
The new Crockett Row Food Hall is more casual than the other food halls, ”and I think more fun,” said John Tesar, the Dallas steakmasster opening the first Fort Worth location of his Knife Burger walk-up stand. The food hall will stay open late on weekends.
More tacos, sushi and ramen in Fort Worth, biscuits in Roanoke, coffee with a mission in Keller — all arrived in November. And a once-ubiquitous Tex-Mex chain closes its last Tarrant, and possibly DFW, location.