Craftwork Coffee Co., a coffee bar/’co-working’ business founded by a TCU grad, plans to open Aug. 20 in the growing Foundry District near White Settlement Road.. It also has Camp Bowie and Magnolia locations.
The Lost Cajun, so-called because its Louisiana-raised founder opened the flagship location in Colorado, will open a Keller location in the fall — and get ready for the chain to open more in North Tarrant.
The $250 million restaurant/entertainment/hotel complex by Globe Life Park in Arlington kicked off a four-day grand-opening celebration on Thursday night. Troy Aikman and Pudge Rodriguez were both on hand.
Tricky Fish, a ‘coastal & Cajun’ restaurant owned by Addison-based Razzoo’s, is the latest addition to the Waterside development anchored by Whole Foods Market. It will be Tricky Fish’s second DFW location.
Chewy, an online pet products company, is expanding into Dallas with a call center that by fall could employ 500 people. The call center is where workers are encouraged to “wow” customers with personalized service.
Fort Worth’s Salsa Limon, which has had its share of change during the past few years, announces on Facebook that Salsa Limon ‘Universidad’ will close Aug. 12. Other locations are open and a new one is coming.
LiftOff Coffee & Tea, which will operate out of a recycled shipping container, will have a grand opening Thursday afternoon in Mansfield. A Garland location will also open this week; expect more to come.
Jon Smith Subs, a Florida-based sandwich shop, plans to open this week in a former 7-Eleven on Horne Street in west Fort Worth. It’s big on steak and chicken subs, and on sandwiches with ‘Bomb’ in their names.
Denton favorite Boca 31’s second location, in Keller Town Center, is getting ready to go. Also coming: a “bowl” place on Rufe Snow Drive, and a long-overdue Old Town Keller spot that was scheduled to open last fall.
Bell and Boeing joined forces and won a $4.2 billion contract to build 58 tiltrotor aircraft for the Navy, Marines and Air Force as well as Japan. Officials at Fort Worth-based Bell haven’t specified how many jobs the contract could create through 2024.
Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse, which has a location in the Colony, plans to open in a spot where more than a half-dozen restaurants have come and gone. UPDATE: Bourbon Street Oyster Bar & Grill is also coming.
North Texas planners are pursing creation of a Hyperloop test track that would whisk riders from Dallas to Fort Worth in just six minutes. But they also support high-speed rail in the same corridor — possibly setting the stage for a metro area with dual transit systems.
The Texas country singer is a partner in the sports bar/entertainment venue, and he's set to appear at its grand opening Saturday. He's not scheduled to perform, but his tour partner Wade Bowen is, so don't rule out Rogers getting on stage.
Alcon, a company that makes surgical equipment and eye care products, has a 73-year history in Fort Worth. Company officials say their plan to spin off from parent company Novartis will strengthen their commitment to North Texas.
A dozen builders have been aggressively putting up houses in west Fort Worth's Walsh area — a master-planned community that opened in April 2017. Eventually, Walsh is expected to be home to about 50,000 people.
Texas homeowners beg for property tax relief, and politicians promise it. Yet tax bills go up. In North Texas, leaders say one proposal under consideration in Austin could dramatically hurt cities and counties.