Food & Drink

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Oct 23 - 12:13pm

Latte Art of a Heart
Fort Worth will get a better class of food courts when the Food Hall at Crockett Row opens soon. Tentatively scheduled to open late November or early December, in a new 16,000-square-foot space in the Crockett Row at West Seventh area, the hall will feature a half-dozen storefront eateries, along...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Oct 23 - 10:48am

Turkey Sandwich on Croissant
Until a big sign finally went up a few weeks ago, you might have never known 203 Café existed — unless you just happen to be strolling along the second floor of downtown’s Wells Fargo building.  For the past few months, this tiny café wedged between the Wells Fargo...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Oct 18 - 1:02pm

Eder Teixeira
The dream began at age 16 when Eder Teixeira asked his mother for $15,000 to open his own coffee shop. She didn’t say no, Teixeira says, but he did hear “no” from building owners who wouldn’t take the young teen seriously at the time. Ten years later, Teixeira has made good...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Oct 17 - 11:00am

Texas Live!
The season may be over for the Texas Rangers, but that doesn’t mean locals can’t still hang around Globe Life Park to watch a big game, listen to live music, gather with friends or host an event. by Sunday Nester The season may be over for the Texas Rangers, but that doesn’t...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 1 - 2:46pm

Snooze: an A.M. Eatery
Twenty-four days, my friends. Photo from Snooze Instagram  by Sunday Nester Twenty-four days, my friends. The highly anticipated Fort Worth location of breakfast chain Snooze: an A.M. Eatery will open Oct. 24. Located at the corner of West Seventh and Harrold streets, this Snooze location...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Sep 27 - 12:49pm

Pizza from Bistro 115
It was the last thing I expected to be eating in Waxahachie. Burgers — for sure. Chicken fried steak — of course. Pizza — I was betting on it. I was, after all, traveling to Waxahachie, where those three foods would be — as they often are in small Texas towns. But there I...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Sep 25 - 2:56pm

Top Chef 2018
Chefs are more accustomed to working behind swinging traffic doors than on a stage in front of goggle-eyed viewers. But that didn’t stop four courageous chefs from stepping out of their comfort zones to compete for this year’s Top Chef crown. On an elevated stage at River Ranch in front...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Sep 24 - 11:53am

Buffalo Bros
Chef Jon Bonnell and co-owner, Ed McOwen, are building an even bigger version of their TCU-area sports bar and family dining restaurant, Buffalo Bros, in the heart of downtown Fort Worth in 2019. Photo from Buffalo Bro's website by Jenelle Langford Chef Jon Bonnell and co-owner, Ed McOwen,...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Sep 20 - 12:35pm

Sea Salt Margarita from Risky's
There’s much barbecue news to share: Some of the best barbecue restaurants in the area will come together for Smoked, a daylong barbecue and live music festival happening on Oct. 13 in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Pay one price, eat all the ‘cue you can from Blacks BBQ, Heim Barbecue,...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Sep 20 - 11:56am

When you pass by the porch swing at the entry, it sets the stage for the “Southern House” part of the Fixe Southern House equation. Nearly three years ago, chef James Robert, who hails from Louisiana, opened his first restaurant in Austin. When it came time to expand his popular comfort...

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