Hookers Grill onion burgers: “Support Your Local Hookers”
Hookers Grill brings new flavor to Fort Worth food hall
Hey, Bud! Hookers Grill is open in the Food Hall on Crockett Row. What do you think of it?
—Guy in the office break room
Never thought I’d be so crazy about onion burgers, but Hookers Grill’s jalapeno-and-onion burgers made me a believer. These are Oklahoma-style onion burgers like you’d find in El Reno, or coneys like in Tulsa. They’re worth a trip to the Food Hall, off University Drive near the art museums. (There’s plenty of metered parking nearby.)
There’s no ‘Taco Tuesday’ in Texas. Yes, really. It’s the law
Hey, Bud! Do you know any restaurants promoting “Taco Tuesday”? I can’t find any.
—Rick, Fort Worth
And you won’t. That’s a trademarked promotion for a national chain that doesn’t operate in Texas, so nobody here can legally use it. But many restaurants run Tuesday taco specials, particularly the Rosa’s Cafes and drive-through favorite Taco Casa (ask for green sauce).
Wondering in Watauga
Hey, Bud! Any information on Cortez Mexican Restaurant opening in Watauga? I was wondering if it was related to the Cortez family in San Antonio.
—Jim on Facebook
This one is owned by the Ed Cortez family in North Richland Hills, and that’s all I know. But watch for it to open at 5941 Watauga Road.