The new Crockett Row Food Hall is more casual than the other food halls, ”and I think more fun,” said John Tesar, the Dallas steakmasster opening the first Fort Worth location of his Knife Burger walk-up stand. The food hall will stay open late on weekends.
More tacos, sushi and ramen in Fort Worth, biscuits in Roanoke, coffee with a mission in Keller — all arrived in November. And a once-ubiquitous Tex-Mex chain closes its last Tarrant, and possibly DFW, location.
A new north Fort Worth location of Florida-based Burger Fi is the company’s latest with facial recognition cams at self-service order stations. The touch-screen computers recognize return diners and remember preferences.
Jadyn Wakamatsu, a 20-year-old Dallas resident, was selected from more than 2,300 submissions for a $100-an-hour ‘pupternship’ at the Fort Worth location of Mutts Canine Cantina. And she won’t have to pick up poop.
Tastebuds Eatery in south Fort Worth, known for a wide selection of vegetables, cakes and pies (but no fried food), was overwhelmed with Thanksgiving orders. Restaurateur Sunne Hill posted a heartfelt apology.
Lark on the Park, a restaurant across from Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park that’s related to Fort Worth’s Bird Cafe, Rodeo Goat and others, says it will close Sunday. It wants people to come and deplete its inventory.
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.
At Miracle in Cowtown, expect nostalgic holiday decorations and intricate hand-crafted cocktails of the potent variety. New York City-based pop-up bar makes its second appearance at Proper on Magnolia.
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