Comings and Goings

Seattle-based pizza joint, The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits, is opening three DFW locations. Hand-tossed pizzas and “Rocktails” (cocktails) are named for classic rock songs.
They aren’t the only new slice of pie in town, i Fratelli Pizza also opened in Keller last month.
Fort Worth abounds with great burger places. Greasy Bend Burgers joins the ranks on Race Street. The restaurant gets its name from the area of Riverside that was once known as Greasy Bend before taking the name Six Points, referring to the intersection where it is located.
A new La Madeleine French Bakery & Café has landed in Overton Park at 4626 SW Loop 820. This is only the second Fort Worth location available to local diners. The restaurant’s soft opening last month benefited the Children’s Hunger Fund.
Lonesome Dove Western Bistro reopened last month after experiencing a fire in August that destroyed the kitchen and caused damage to the dining room.
Simply Fit Meals is now open in Fort Worth on West 7th Street. Founder Chris Sanchez describes the concept as “fit fast food.” The Plano-based company sells prepackaged healthy meals made with all-natural ingredients. The dishes are microwavable and ready in a minute-and-a-half.
Guests might have visited longtime Fort Worth Tex-Mex favorite, Fiesta Mexican Restaurant, but may not have experienced Fiesta After Dark. With late-night service and a DJ, Fiesta After Dark is attracting a crowd. General Manager Joe Barriga applied for a license to sell alcohol until 2 a.m.
The long awaited Del Frisco’s Grille opened this month at 420 Commerce St. It was the first restaurant to sign a lease in the Sundance Square Plaza, a 35-block retail and entertainment district in downtown Fort Worth. Fans of the local favorite, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, have been patiently awaiting the Grille’s take on American comfort classics.
WineHaus, a boutique wine store/bar, has opened its doors on the Southside of Fort Worth. Their selection is unique because it is chosen based on being able to trace the wine from the glass to the soil and maker that produced it. WineHaus offers a wide selection of kegged wines that can be purchased by the glass or by the growler to take home.
A boutique of different sorts, Epiphany Boutique, has leased a space in the city’s West 7th development. With an eclectic mix of apparel and accessories for men and women, Epiphany Boutique is a great fit.
Texas Health Resources broke ground in October on an eight-acre outpatient center in Willow Park, located 20 miles west of Fort Worth. Set to open late next year, Texas Health Outpatient Center Willow Park will feature a fitness center, three-story medical office building and freestanding emergency department.
Sports radio fans will miss hearing Randy Galloway on the air. Galloway ended his nearly 30-year career in October. His show, Galloway and Company, will continue on with a replacement.