Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Oct 22 - 9:27am
Blaine Staniford, executive chef of GRACE, keeps guests salivating with his seasonal, innovative menu additions.
| by FWTX Staff |
Always one to stay sharp and perfect his culinary artistry, Chef Staniford recently strutted his stuff at a dinner entitled Modern Texan Elegance at The Beard House in New York. Upon his return to Fort Worth’s GRACE Restaurant, he unveiled several new untraditional dishes...
Posted By Celestina Blok on 2015 Oct 22 - 9:10am
Hoya Korean Kitchen brings flavorful fast-casual cuisine to Sundance Square.
| photography by Alex Lepe |
Unlike Vietnamese and Thai, Korean cuisine has yet to make its way into Fort Worth’s mainstream dining scene, but Hoya Korean Kitchen, located in prime downtown real estate in Sundance Square, might help change that.
Opened in January in a former Quiznos, the...
Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Sep 28 - 10:52am
Live every day like it’s Taco Tuesday
| by Brianna Kessler | Could you eat tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner? If you answered yes, chances are you’re from Fort Worth. Everyone knows Texans love their Tex-Mex and love their tacos even more.
NBCDFW.com reported that Estately, an online blog, conducted a survey, "Most...
Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Sep 28 - 10:42am
| by Nicole Crites |
Inside the prestigious, modern walls of Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum hang artistic masterpieces from all over the world – as one might expect at an art museum. A little more unexpected is the delicious and refreshing café tucked away on the second floor...
Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2015 Sep 28 - 10:29am
For discerning palates, one TCU-area pizzeria is serving up artisanal flavors with a relaxed vibe and college friendly pricing sure to appeal to any “snob.”
photography by Alex Lepe | Opened early last year, Pizza Snob describes itself as “a cozy place to play with your pizza, sip a beer in a chilled glass and laugh.” And while they impishly claim to have no idea what they’re doing, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact,...
Posted By Celestina Blok on 2015 Sep 1 - 10:15am
The word is out, and Gino’s East is drawing big crowds.
First things first: Don’t be in a hurry when visiting Gino’s East.
The inaugural North Texas location of the storied Chicago pizzeria chain opened this spring in Arlington and is still experiencing lengthy wait times, and that’s just for a table. It’s another 45 minutes for...
Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Sep 1 - 9:54am
A new addition to the Flatiron District, La Perla Negra offers fresh, coastal cuisine and cocktails with a Latin flair in a relaxed yet lively tropical setting.
| by Jessica Llanes | photography by Alex Lepe | It’s satisfying to once again see the glow of patio lights and hear the laughter of patrons on a Saturday night in the space once occupied by Zambrano’s Wine Cellar, shuttered late last year. Although we’re sad to say goodbye to...
Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jul 30 - 5:25pm
| by Nicole Crites | Rana Abla, or “Miss Naughty Brownie” as she is better known, insists that sharing is overrated – at least when it comes to her indulgent three-layer brownies.
Her signature, mouth-watering brownies consist of layers of cookie dough and Oreo cookie...
Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jun 17 - 3:00pm
| by Nicole Crites | photography by Alex Lepe |
Dutch’s Hamburgers occupies a spot in one of Fort Worth’s most historic retail strip centers, directly facing Texas Christian University’s campus. It housed the original TCU Theater, built in 1949, before being demolished in 2006, and has been the home of Record Town since 1957...
Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jun 17 - 2:52pm
| by Kacie Galloway |
Two words came to mind when I tasted Heim Barbecue’s bacon burnt ends: barbecue candy. The bite-sized morsels were sweet, smoky and peppery all at once, an explosion of unexpected deliciousness. I ate them slowly throughout the meal, already planning to return on Saturday to get more. These...