Cowtown Brewing is not going to threaten the top-ranked barbecue restaurants anytime soon. But if you can’t get away from downtown, Cowtown is a good stop for lunch or dinner along East Belknap Street.
Rosako Bailey’s cooking and charm put Rosako’s Soul Food & BBQ on a Food Network show with Guy Fieri and now, on the Travel Channel. Soon, he’ll open a second restaurant, Rosako’s Bar & Grill in Lewisville.
BBQ on the Brazos reopened this week in a hilltop house-trailer “dining room” on the MotorSport Ranch in Cresson off U.S. 377. It’s the top-rated barbecue restaurant in the Fort Worth area by Texas Monthly.
Sammies will reopen Monday at 3801 E. Belknap St. under Sam Gibbins, the third “Sammie” since the restaurant opened in 1946. In Cresson, regional No. 1 BBQ on the Brazos is reopening at a location near the old restaurant next to the Motorsports Ranch.
Rahr & Sons Brewing will host “BoobieQue 3,” a charity event with music, beer and food from Heim Barbecue. Dr. Emily McLaughlin, a plastic surgeon who’s also a cancer survivor, talks about the event’s origins.
‘Our craft beer and smoked meats are developed and perfected on-site just minutes from Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth,’ Cowtown Brewing Co. says on its website. Now we just need patio weather to return.
Tennessee pitmaster “Rooster” Beane has moved barbecue restaurant from Granbury, Texas, to a convenience store-gas station in town of Cresson, where top-ranked area favorite BBQ on the Brazos was located.
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.