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California tacos, Texas barbecue among restaurants opening

Texas Live! Lives! Entertainment venue opens in Arlington

Texas Live! opens smack in the middle of the Texas Rangers Globe Life Park and the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium, the evening ending with concerts by Eleven Hundred Springs and The Toadies.
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Texas Live! opens smack in the middle of the Texas Rangers Globe Life Park and the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium, the evening ending with concerts by Eleven Hundred Springs and The Toadies.

Restaurant openings are coming fast and furious in mid-August, with more expected this week:

It’s the first full week for Texas Live! restaurants, new in Arlington at 1650 E. Randol Mill Road.


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Lockhart Smokehouse and Guy Fieri’s Taco Joint are open. (But the real prize in the dining-shopping center might be Troy’s. It has a discount Tuesday special.)

Tricky Fish, a casual seafood shack from the company that owns Razzoo’s, is open the Waterside shops.

Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen is open in the Shops at Clearfork.

Dos Juanito’s, serving carne-asada loaded nachos and California-style rolled tacos, is open at its first of two Fort Worth locations, Hemphill and West Baltimore Streets.

Rooster’s Bar-B-Q and Steakhouse is planning a September opening in the Cresson space where BBQ on the Brazos operated until a falling-out.

Jambo’s Original BBQ Shack in Rendon is open under new owners.

Snooze an A.M. Eatery, is close to opening at Leftbank across from Trinity Park.

Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse is a few weeks from opening in Montgomery Plaza.

Bud Kennedy, 817-390-7538 @EatsBeat
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