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.
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.
Hey, Bud! expolains that a new, more casual Saint-Émilion is now open at 3617 W. Seventh St., serving family-style coq au vin or ribeye steak and frites for two, plus entrees such as mussels, Basque chicken and a branzino-shrimp combo. T
Evangelical Christians seem more sharply divided than ever over whether their message is about morality and evangelical Republican political power or about justice, righteousness and Democratic social concerns.
Wabi House opens a Fort Worth location, the first is a hit in Dallas, in the Southside at Magnolia and 8th Street. The restaurant serves a izakaya menu featuring ramen, yakitori and other Japanese appetizers.
There are pitfalls to planting these plants in the North Texas soil. Plants include bald cypress trees, sweetgum trees, lacebark elms, fast-growing trees, ornamental grasses, bamboo, gardenias and roses.
The Parade of Lights is at 6 p.m. Sunday in downtown Fort Worth. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend. So here’s a few tips on transportation and street closures to keep you in the spirit. (Updated)
The Highland Park Cafeteria, Dallas’ 93-year-old gold-standard of Southern cooking, offers both take-home dinners and a Turkey Day menu. It’s a Dallas-Fort Worth tradition and the best bargain of the holiday. On Thanksgiving, a turkey dinner with dessert will cost $15.99.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, which has a Dallas location for a decade and a Grapevine location for more than five years, is making its Fort Worth move: It’s long-awaited Shops at Clearfork location opens in December.
After her dad Kidd Kraddick died in 2013, Caroline Kraddick put a music career on hold to run Kidd’s Kids, the charity Kidd founded. After an ‘American Idol’ run and a new single, the music career is back.
Kay Granger, Marc Veasey, Betsy Price and Carlos Flores cut the ribbon to open the new Northside Community Health Center in Fort Worth. The 33,000 square foot facility will serve low-income and underinsured patients.