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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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