Reviews

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2016 Sep 30 - 3:03pm

One Haute Hoagie

| photography by Alex Lepe | Sandwiched between a beauty product supplier and embroidery shop, Dagwoods’ understated storefront is easy to miss, but its local craft beers and upscale sandwich offerings are definitely worth a trip off the beaten path. Located on the outskirts of Ridgmar Mall...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Aug 17 - 1:48pm

Press Café attracts hikers, bikers and a robust brunch crowd with its primo location on the Trinity River and an elegant, yet casual, mix of classic sandwiches, fresh salads and great coffee.

| photography by Alex Lepe | Chef and Owner Felipe Armenta has been a busy bee. His newest endeavor, Cork & Pig Tavern, opened in June, joining his roster of successful Fort Worth restaurants - The Tavern, Pacific Table and the recently opened Press Café. The name Press Café...

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2016 Aug 17 - 1:34pm

| photography by Alex Lepe | Yes, enchiladas, tacos and combo platters heavy with rice and beans are on the menu, but Benito’s is not a Tex-Mex restaurant. Here queso is real cheese and not a processed sauce, and the chile con carne is not poured from a can. Rich, deep red mole rojo and...

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2016 Jul 22 - 11:54am

With its prime location and solid menu of Middle Eastern favorites, Terra Mediterranean Grill has established itself as a fixture in West 7th’s restaurant corridor.

There’s no guarantee that a restaurant, no matter how beloved, will survive its first year, particularly in the highly competitive West 7th area. However, Adam and Jalal Chanaa are no strangers to the business, and they know how to create food concepts with staying power. More than two...

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2016 Jul 22 - 11:37am

| photography by Alex Lepe | The clientele is diverse at Restaurante El Patrón, as indicated by the varied vehicles in the parking lot, from the sleek Porsche Cayenne to a ladder-adorned work truck, witnessed on our lunch visit. The casual Mexican dive in Fort Worth’s Northside...

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2016 Jul 13 - 4:21pm

For more than 30 years, Camp Bowie residents have enjoyed authentic Italian classics at Aventino’s, a neighborhood gem with three generations of family history. Walking into Aventino’s midway through dinner service on a Thursday night, I’m pleasantly surprised by the warmth of...

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2016 Jun 29 - 4:22pm

| photography by Alex Lepe | Satisfying an uncertain nostalgia for the food court cuisine of the ‘90s while doubling as a quaint dive for a quick bite or quiet, unrushed meal, Opa! Mediterranean Café does just what owner Alan Asadian hoped for when he opened the fast-casual eatery a...

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2016 May 24 - 11:14am

Next door to a 7-Eleven on Camp Bowie is the modest storefront for Samson’s Market Bistro, Fort Worth’s first East African deli, serving up traditional and unforgettable Ethiopian meals in Arlington Heights. “Have you ever eaten Ethiopian food?” owner Samson Yosef asks,...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 May 24 - 10:09am

Sushi Axiom on West 7th provides a brief respite for busy professionals by day and a comfortable atmosphere for couples by night. Its American take on Japanese favorites has been satiating Fort Worth palates for years.

While the fare served at Sushi Axiom is inspired by Japanese cuisine, there is little tradition found in its restaurant. From silverware present on the tables to fried rolls loaded with cream cheese, Sushi Axiom maintains its success by catering to a crowd that prefers the Americanized version of...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Apr 19 - 1:47pm

Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, opened by Chef Tim Love more than 15 years ago in the historic Stockyards, still soars with its inventive fare and rustic elegance.

| photography by Alex Lepe | Along the brick-laden North Main Street sits a passage back in time to the Old West. Upon entering the unassuming façade, the main dining space oozes the charm of an old saloon with displayed Stetsons, mounted stuffed animal heads and the markings of Texas...

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