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 - 10:42am
| 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 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 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...
Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2015 May 27 - 3:06pm
Japan’s hottest noodle trend hits the Cultural District thanks to ramen expert and Head Chef Ito Takao, who brings the traditional flavors of his native Tokyo to the Fort Worth dining scene.
Head Chef Ito Takao makes all of his broths from scratch and only uses fresh noodles. He is successfully bringing traditional flavors of his native Tokyo to Fort Worth.
At Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya, diners can choose from...
Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2015 Apr 23 - 11:32am
A master in the art of sandwich making since 1928, Fort Worth’s original kosher-style delicatessen, Carshon’s Deli, continues to serve classic, made-from-scratch cuisine under the stewardship of long-time owner, Mary Swift.
In addition to delicious sandwiches, Carshon's offers tasty soup options.
Reuben and Bagel Chips
Chopped Liver Sandwich...
Posted By Celestina Blok on 2015 Mar 24 - 3:02pm
Diners are increasingly seeking establishments with large selections of suds. The Social House, the West 7th development’s newest eatery, capitalizes on this trend by offering more than 50 craft brews on draft along with comfort pub fare.
The Irish pork nachos at The Social House consist of a heaping pile of thinly sliced potato chips fried until dark brown and topped with chopped tomatoes and green onions, an “avocado mousse” that resembled guacamole and shreds of pulled pork...
Posted By Celestina Blok on 2015 Feb 25 - 4:36pm
Dining at Edelweiss is like taking a step back in time. The much-loved German restaurant on the traffic circle, with its checkered tablecloths, plastic flowers and jolly renditions of the Chicken Dance, hasn’t changed since it opened nearly 50 years ago.
Enough to feed two hungry people, the Combination Plate comes with sauerkraut, red cabbage, spatzle, fried diced potatoes, a single brat, one large smoked pork rib and two types of schnitzel.
| photography by Alex Lepe | Interiors...