May 2017

The Scoop

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Apr 28 - 4:46pm

Two custom clothing stores are expected to open in the The Shops at Clearfork this fall – Double R, a shop for women, and Q Clothier, a shop for men. Both stores, owned by the Ratan family (husband-and-wife team Ravi and Jen Ratan own Double R, while Ravi’s brother Raja owns Q Clothier...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Apr 28 - 4:43pm

Topgolf opens in Fort Worth on May 5, sporting 102 climate-controlled hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and two bars, along with a rooftop terrace and fire pit. Private event and meeting space, more than 200 high-definition TVs and free WiFi are also available in the 65,000-square-foot venue...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Apr 28 - 4:41pm

Mexican restaurant Meso Maya plans to open two locations in Fort Worth – one in Trinity Commons at 3050 South Hulen St., Suite A, in the former Rockfish location, and another in the Kress Building downtown, according to Blythe Grates, marketing director at Firebird Restaurant Group. Though...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Apr 28 - 4:28pm

| by Olivia Heinen | West 7th Street’s macarons are staying longer than expected. Savor Patisserie announced in late March that West 7th gave the pop-up shop permission to serve Fort Worthians until the end of the summer. The store was originally going to close on March 20, but future...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Apr 28 - 4:24pm

| by Molly Jenkins | The Lathery, a men’s grooming supply store in Fort Worth, opened in late March at 200 Carroll St., Suite 170, in The Foundry District. The creative mind behind the idea is also the owner of Fort Worth Barber Shop, Jonathan Morris. The Lathery serves as both a retail...

Extra Bites, fwDish

Posted By kendall louis on 2017 Apr 28 - 12:55pm

In Fort Worth the burger is King and Queen, leading to a competitive market for burger joints that translates to multiple closings (RIP, Pappas Burger and Brewsters) and openings (hello, Hopdoddy and Good Food Co.). So, when Fort Worth Magazine Publisher and Owner Hal Brown called proclaiming,...

fwDish, Reviews

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2017 Apr 28 - 12:44pm

In Fort Worth, seafood restaurants generally fall into two categories — casual chains like Flying Fish and upscale options like Eddie V’s, but Blu Crab’s varied menu and casual upscale atmosphere make it an ideal, everyday seafood house. At 8 p.m. on a Thursday, we arrive to a...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Apr 28 - 12:31pm

It seems almost too good to be true that, located near the Trinity River in Cowtown, there could sit an unassuming mecca of scratch-made Creole cuisine in an ultra laid-back environment with a genuinely hospitable staff. Fort Worth native Cindy Crowder-Wheeler has cast a wide net, capturing the...

Editor's Letter

Posted By kendall louis on 2017 Apr 28 - 12:13pm

They say it’s not the destination, it’s the journey. But when you’ve already arrived, it’s really the destination. In this issue, we invite you to be both a tourist and the antithesis of a tourist in your own city. That little obscure restaurant on the corner you’ve...

Features

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Apr 28 - 11:55am

Bloodied and shackled, Tom Lee Young hid out in a tunnel beneath the Fort Worth County Jail in May of 1913, veiled in a damp blanket of darkness while an angry lynch mob frantically searched for him in the jail above. Deputies wanted to ensure he made it to trial, so they surrounded him as they...

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