Posted By Anonymous on 2019 Jun 24 - 3:28pm

By Matt Payne A change of scenery is brewing for a years-old coffeehouse in Fort Worth. Come late fall, Buon Giorno Coffeehouse & Roastery will say goodbye to its Florence Street location but will reopen a stone’s throw away on the ground floor of the First on 7th redevelopment project...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Jun 24 - 1:13pm

Kunsei Smokehouse Trailer

Fort Worth has no shortage of smoked meat, and even the chef behind Trio New American Cuisine in North Richland Hills is joining the club — but with a little more Asian flair. Jason Harper, known for his globally-inspired menu at Trio New American, has been playing with Asian ingredients and...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2019 Jun 20 - 5:22pm

RLV

A Texas winery is bringing a taste of France to Fort Worth this fall. Rancho Loma Vineyards (RLV), based in Coleman County, is opening a tasting room next to The 4 Eleven venue at 411 South Main St. this October. RLV specializes in French wine varietals and currently offers 13 different wines....

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Jun 18 - 1:15pm

Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku Station Yes, there is good sushi in this burgers-and-barbecue town. And since it’s National Sushi Day, here are our top places to roll.  1. The Japanese Palace, located on Camp Bowie West Boulevard, was one of the first to introduce the joys of sushi and sashimi to Fort Worth...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Jun 17 - 2:09pm

AVOCA

Locals often credit AVOCA Coffee Roasters for launching Fort Worth’s craft coffee craze — now, the duo that started it all is moving on. In separate Facebook and Instagram postings on Saturday, former owners Jimmy Story and Garold LaRue announced that they had both officially left the...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 Jun 10 - 3:59pm

Keith Hicks

Keith “Buttons” Hicks has officially left the building at his namesake restaurant. The former executive chef at Buttons Restaurant has joined longtime friend Brent Johnson at The Rim in Burleson. The new gig is a reunion 20 years in the making — the duo first met at Ellington...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 May 31 - 2:31pm

Coco Shrimp

Lauren Hadley, Isaac Hadley, Mary Barrus and Jordan Barrus with their children.  Soon Coco Shrimp groupies won't have to paddle out too far to get their shellfish fix, when the food truck opens its first brick-and-mortar location at 318 Bryan Ave. — the same building as Gypsy Scoops...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 May 29 - 4:32pm

Painting by Amber Caldwell The not-so-secretive pop-up brunches of Hot Box Biscuit Club won’t soon be so hush-hush. Hot Box Biscuit Club announced plans to put down more permanent roots at 313 South Main St., next door to the newest Gypsy Scoops ice cream shop that opened last week. The...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 May 23 - 10:31am

Gemelle

The opening date is set for Fort Worth chef Tim Love’s new restaurant in the former Thurber Mingus building along White Settlement Road. Gemelle, an Italian joint, will open at 4400 White Settlement Road on May 29. Love announced plans for the restaurant on his twin daughters’ 16th...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2019 May 22 - 9:48am

Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop

When a new location of Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop opened in Arlington in January, it begged the question. When and where would the first Fort Worth location be opening? The answer — Ridglea Village, in a 1,198-square-foot spot at 6040 Camp Bowie Blvd. No word yet on the opening date. Scott...

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