Food & Drink

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Apr 23 - 3:44pm

203 Cafe, the new breakfast and lunch spot from Reata’s Mike Micallef, quietly opened downtown last month on the second floor of the Fire Station No. 1 building at 215 Commerce St. (suite number – viola! – 203). The menu is vastly different than Reata’s, focusing primarily...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Mar 28 - 9:57am

April is the beginning of strawberry season, and if you want to find the freshest in town, look no further than Storm Farms in Arlington. The organic strawberry farm opened for the spring picking season at the end of March. “You want to pick strawberries that are already red,” said...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Mar 28 - 9:43am

A new pizza restaurant in Southlake has come up with a cool spin on the Brazilian steakhouse concept. Delucca Gaucho Pizza is the first restaurant of its kind in North Texas, maybe even all of Texas, maybe even the U.S. Servers stroll the dining room with skewers of food, just like at a Brazilian-...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Mar 28 - 9:32am

Boo-Ray’s of New Orleans may have vacated the space and moved just down Boat Club Road, but a few Cajun dishes still remain on the new menu of Eagle Mountain Tavern, which took up residence in that spot last December. The former head chef of Reata, Brian Olenjack opened his namesake Olenjack...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Mar 28 - 9:24am

Often, great ideas are met with support; Russell Kirkpatrick’s was met with a threat.  Several years ago, Kirkpatrick — the general manager of downtown restaurant Reata — came up with an idea for Fort Worth: Let’s have a food festival. Not just a little, one-day, one-...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Mar 28 - 9:16am

After a tour of duty working alongside the likes of Chef David McMillan at the Meddlesome Moth in Dallas and opening another Shannon Wynne establishment, Bird Café, as pastry chef, Bria Downey has broken out of the mold. Downey worked as sous-chef for the first year of Piattello Italian...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2018 Mar 26 - 12:00pm

On her recent visit to the doctor, Arlington resident Kitty Thompson learned she had crept from pre-diabetic status into the diabetic category, a more and more common occurrence in physicians’ offices across America. Under the direction of her doctor, she decided to drastically overhaul her...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:36pm

Keep an eye out for a couple new-ish barbecue trucks rolling around the area. Don Green — onetime pitmaster at North Main BBQ — can be found every Saturday afternoon behind the wheel of Green’s Texas BBQ truck, at 414 W. Euless Blvd., in Euless. In addition to brisket and baby...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:32pm

Rise Salon de Soufflé and Wine Bistro was one of the first restaurants to open last year in The Shops at Clearfork. “We are 10 years old in Dallas,” says co-owner Hedda Gioia Dowd, where her popular soufflé restaurant has been a Lover’s Lane mainstay. Rise No. 2 is...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2018 Feb 19 - 1:20pm

With just a handful of quality restaurants to feed the swarms of those migrating west to the Aledo area, folks were thrilled to see signage for Drakes Yoke emblazoned on the end of the row of brick buildings in a new development in Willow Park. The restaurant officially opened in December, and...

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