Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Oct 31 - 9:53am

After a short-lived stint on West Berry Street, Americado has announced it's shutting its doors. The Mexico City-style market announced via Facebook that it will permanently close Sunday. The post thanked diners and noted that Americado will take reservations until Sunday, but any reservations...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Oct 27 - 9:50am

By Kayla Roberts In case you haven’t noticed, several pizza joints have chosen to expand to the Fort Worth area this year. If pizza gets you fired up, here’s a roundup of what’s new to the area. MidiCi 629 Stayton Ave. Status: Opening this winter Photo from Facebook...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Oct 13 - 2:58pm

By Kayla Roberts Fort Worth wouldn’t be as funky without its unique cocktail menus – so there’s an entire week dedicated to them. Fort Worth is serving up the second annual Cocktail Week this Saturday through Friday. The six-night event will feature signature concoctions from...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Oct 13 - 8:45am

By Kayla Roberts Fall is here, and with it comes cooler weather, earlier sunsets and, of course, patio season. Whether you’re looking for a place to soak up the sun or soak up a few drinks, Fort Worth has plenty of outdoor spots to do so. Here are 16 patio ideas to keep in your back pocket...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Oct 11 - 2:33pm

By Kayla Roberts A new restaurant serving up healthy takes on classic dishes is set to open before the end of the year in Southlake. Unleavened Fresh Kitchen announced Wednesday it will open three locations in the Fort Worth-Dallas area, with the first expansion happening in Southlake Town Square...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Oct 6 - 3:58pm

The more-than-a-century-old Joe Daiches Jewelers building in downtown Fort Worth will soon be the home of a new coffee shop. Vaquero Coffee Co. is expected to open at 109 Houston St. in November, according to managing partner Jonathan Heath. According to its website, Vaquero Coffee Co. will offer...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Oct 3 - 12:30pm

Pictured: Taco Heads More than four billion tacos were consumed in the U.S. last year, according to nationaltacoday.com, and we’re pretty sure at least 1 billion of those were consumed in Fort Worth. (At least, we’d like to think so.) Either way, Fort Worth loves her tacos. So...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Oct 3 - 11:23am

It was a sad sight to witness the Oliver’s Fine Foods sign being removed from the corner of the building at Throckmorton and West Fourth Streets on Oct. 2. It was also a strange day for In The Sack, the liquor/grocery store that’s taking over the space in Sundance Square, to invite...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Sep 29 - 2:55pm

by Kat Barclay The State Fair of Texas is the one event that prompts most Fort Worthians to collectively trek to Dallas, for the rides, the shopping, and the food. But mostly the food.  Over the last year, vendors have been hard at work brainstorming new and often outlandish culinary...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Sep 25 - 11:56am

SusieCakes, a California-based homestyle bakery, opened its doors in the University District’s Westbend shopping center Saturday. We got a special taste here at the office before the opening and I can report that the cupcakes are good. Really, really good. I’ve found it more-than-...

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