Jenna Kinard, formerly of Max’s Wine Dive Fort Worth, will be the executive chef at Hotel Drover, a 4-star hotel coming to the Stockyards. She has collaborated with Paula Deen and appeared on her TV show.
Judge Beans Restaurant & Cantina, which had been part of Keller for more than 25 years, announced on Facebook during the weekend that it was closed for business. Another restaurant is expected to replace it.
Shep’s Off the Hook owners Jennifer and John David Shepherd brought his Saltwater brunch menu from Weatherford and added a daily menu that also includes fish and chicken poboys, chicken piccata and a grilled filet mignon.
Fuego Burger, the runner-up in the Star-Telegram’s 2017 Battle of the Burgers, announces on Facebook that it has closed in Rendon. But the namesake burger and its fried-cheese ring live on in Benbrook. (Updated.)
Four Sisters — Taste of Vietnam, which has been gestating for many months on South Main Street will have a sample menu during ArtsGoggle, the Southside’s annual arts event. Grand opening is a few weeks away.
After a successful launch of their Locust Cider in Washington state three years ago, brothers Jason and Patrick Spears are about to open Fort Worth’s first cidery in the up and coming South Main Village.
After some delays, Spice 8 Indian Fusion Grill is set to open Oct. 19 on North Tarrant Parkway, near where Fort Worth, Keller and Watauga meet. It’s a fast-casual twist on Indian cuisine with a lot of options.
Bourbon Street Oyster Bar & Grill is set to open mid-October in a corner spot of Montgomery Plaza next to Barrel & Bones with a focus on Big Easy cuisine such as chargrilled oysters, jambalaya and hurricanes.
‘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.
The long-running west-side location of the Ginger Man posts on Facebook that its last day will be Oct. 21. But that’s on Camp Bowie Boulevard. “Don’t worry, funky town, we’ll be back,” the post promises.