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Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Dec 27 - 10:58am

When Ned Grace opened his first Capital Grille in Providence R.I., in 1990, his goal was to have a presence in every capital city. The successful chain now boasts 49 restaurants nationwide.

Not one to shy away from the competition, Capital Grille boldly planted its newest namesake right across the street from Ruth’s Chris in downtown last May. Forget about Burger Wars; this could shape up to be a sirloin steak smackdown. Fort Worth residents are notably passionate about their...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Dec 3 - 10:02am

This former Eastman Texaco station, which first opened back in 1927 on the River Crest end of Camp Bowie, has been transformed into a sleek, yet inviting spot to socialize, snack and sip a glass of wine with friends.

Owners Joe Berry and his nephew Tim Berry OVERHAULED A dilapidated service station before opening in 2008. They gave Winslow's Wine Cafe a warm, lodge-like feel with exposed roof trusses overhead. Your eye is naturally drawn toward the back where the brick oven is always aflame. On the night...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Dec 3 - 9:23am

The nostalgia and simplicity of a cheeseburger and chocolate malt is hard to resist. Shaw's Patio Bar and Grill lets the good times roll again.

David and Ann Shaw have run some of your most favorite Fort Worth dining spots since 1977. Remember Blue Bonnets Grill, Shaw’s Restaurant & Bar, Bogards and Abernathy’s Restaurant & Bar? The Shaws were behind the success of each of them. Many local restaurateurs (and even...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 30 - 11:33am

At Thai Tina's, Tina and her husband, Jay Jennings, are the heart and soul of the place. They not only pay attention to the quality of the food, but they also have a real passion for the people they serve.

Tina is almost maternal, learning the names, favorite dishes and even the life stories of her regular customers. Her enthusiasm is contagious. I think she would make a fabulous motivational speaker. Tina began with a place in Flower Mound back in 1999. When it caught on, Tina continued moving up...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 30 - 11:10am

This November will be significant for business partners Amanda Garrison and Matt Mobley, owners of Sweet Tooth Bake Shop and Bistro in North Richland Hills. They are getting married!

The dynamic duo that owns Sweet Tooth Bake Shop and Bistro met while studying at Le Cordon Bleu in Dallas and went into business together last spring, reworking the former Garden Cottage Tea Room inside Golightly’s Antiques and creating a pristine little French Bistro to showcase their talent...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 26 - 11:46am

Seafood lovers have a new option in town to satisfy their desire for everything that swims in the deep blue sea at The Blu Crab, a welcome addition to the growing Westside dining scene. by Courtney Dabney The Chilean Sea Bass ($32) was paired with the house...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 2 - 5:04pm

From the enlightened offerings and expert service to upscale ambience and well thought-out spaces — top to bottom, back to front — Grace is a class act.

When you want fine dining but want to forgo stuffiness, you go to Grace. It’s your no-fail, go-to date night, touring out-of-town guests site or client-wooing spot. For starters the Organic Local Greens ($8) feature Tassione Farms greens, where the peppery arugula is allowed to speak for...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 2 - 4:35pm

Forget about familiar border town Tex-Mex, or the spa-style cuisine you enjoyed at that coastal resort. To truly understand Revolver Taco Lounge, you have to travel deep into the interior.

If a friend invited you into his home to have his mother cook you an authentic Mexican meal, would you be impatient with how long it took for her to get your dinner to the table? Well, meet your new friend, Regino Rojas, owner of the highly acclaimed Revolver Taco Lounge and wave to his mama (and a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 10:00am

When Terry and Caris Turpen decided to try their hand at wine making, they had no idea how many awards and accolades their vintages would garner. And now the food has become a major draw also at Light Catcher Winery and Bistro.

by Courtney Dabney At first the bistro-style menu was just a side venture, offering visitors something to snack on and hoping to give them a reason to relax and stay a while after a wine tasting. Then it became apparent that the lovely tree-lined property and outdoor terrace provided a perfect...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 17 - 4:56pm

Like some other restaurants, Jakes Hamburgers has a typical style of waitress. She is usually a well-trained, hard-working, college-aged gal in a tank top and low-rise jeans. They just seem to add to the ambience of this popular sports bar-themed burger

by Courtney Dabney The other thing Jakes is most known for is its poppy seed crusted bun. The seeds add that extra crunch to the array of tasty burgers. Everyone is apparently not as fond of these buns as I am, and, thanks to suggestions by customers, Jakes began offering a non-poppy seed version...

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