The Catch, a Tyler-based seafood chain, has closed its far north Fort Worth location, a few months after closing a west Fort Worth location in November. Arlington, Burleson and Mansfield spots remain open.
El Bolero Cocina Mexicana, one of two restaurants that was announced in 2017 as coming to Fort Worth’s Crockett Row at West 7th, is due to open Friday. You’ll have to wait till summer for the other restaurant.
‘The time has come for us to turn our attention back to our family,’ the owners of Farm to Fork: A Natural Food Market say in a closing announcement on their website. ‘This was not an easy decision to come to.’
The Magnolia Avenue barbecue joint’s second location, in the River District off White Settlement Road in west Fort Worth, is scheduled to open in early March. Get ready for more bacon burnt ends ... and more.
The year kicked off with a big closing and lots of small openings (many sweets and tacos are involved, including some of the vegan variety). And there were some comebacks. Here’s our monthly look back.
The Fort Worth Zoo is among the places serving a special Valentine’s dinner. You can also find a cheap comfort-food meal, beer-and-sweets pairings, a dumpling pop-up and even some traditional stuff in our list. UPDATED
Nickel City, and east-side Austin bar that has won awards from several Austin publications and made Esquire’s list of Best Bars in America, will add a location in Fort Worth’s growing South Main Village.,
Concrete Cowboy, which has popular locations in Dallas and Frisco, will take over a Crockett Row at West 7th space that’s been home to other restaurants. It’s part of the chain’s ‘Kitchen + Cocktails’ concept.