Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 24 - 12:42pm
| by Kacie Galloway |
Fido may be man’s best friend, but not all restaurants are quite so dog-friendly. However, there are a variety of options when it comes to taking your pooch out to eat in Fort Worth. As long as your pup is on a leash, he is welcome at these restaurants.
Whether you come by for a light snack...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 24 - 12:33pm
The former MK’s Sushi III on W. 7th may have a new name (The Fish Sushi & Grill) but is still giving customers the same great taste.
| by Kacie Galloway | photography by Alex Lepe | A relaxing respite from the bustling atmosphere of the West 7th shopping center, The Fish Sushi & Grill is a great destination for a flavorful and unpretentious lunch. With...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 19 - 12:39pm
The new addition to restaurateur Shannon Wynne’s list of flying-themed restaurants in Sundance Square has been a hit with its creative menu and prime location.
Chef David McMillan
| by Kacie Galloway | photography by Alex Lepe | It is clear why crowds are flocking to Bird Café; from its seasonal, unique dishes to the inviting décor, the new two-story gastro pub is winning over Fort Worth....
Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Jul 22 - 12:23pm
Currying flavor on the Southside since spring, this zesty new entrant to Magnolia’s restaurant row will have your mouth hankering to give its Thai a try.
Zowie! Although the name may be simple, the complex items this place is dishing up are anything but. Debuting on the ever-sprouting Southside this past spring, Spice is, by its own admission, “traditional Thai cuisine in a modern, contemporary setting....
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Apr 29 - 8:53am
After a semester in Rome, Italy, I quickly fell for gelato. So you can imagine when Paciugo opened in Fort Worth, my heart fluttered with excitement (and too much sugar). The beauty here is simplicity in their complex flavors. You’re not over stimulated with toppings, just choices and...
Posted By Jenni Hanley on 2014 Mar 24 - 3:06pm
Let's face it, we can't all be sommeliers. Luckily, at MAX's Wine Dive you don't have to be - and they like it that way.
| photography by Jason Kindig |
With six locations in Texas, Owner Jerry Lasco has made many a believer out of his unique “wine dive” concept. It’s inspired by the kind of dive bar where everybody knows your name, and it pairs a carefully curated wine selection with the...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 24 - 2:51pm
Tokyo Cafe was owner Jarry Ho’s first big success, followed by his tapas-style sensation, Shinjuku Station. On a recent visit, Ho mentioned that he is in the early stages of bringing an authentic Chinese restaurant to town perhaps by the end of the year.
| by Courtney Dabney | photography by Jason Kindig |
Upon entry of the restaurant, diners are greeted by paper lanterns, shoji screens and an enticing sushi bar. Seating is scattered throughout with exposed wooden trusses overhead in the first room followed by vaulted and painted ceilings in the...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 24 - 2:42pm
While Whataburger or the Waffle house certainly served their purpose when you were in high school and college, here are some of the city's best "grown-up" options when you need a bite after midnight.
| by Courtney Dabney |
(Thurs. Open until 3 a.m., Fri. & Sat. open until 4 a.m.)
Known for their handmade tortillas, the menu is both unusual and affordable, making ordering the biggest challenge. You have to ask yourself, "Am i in the mood for the ROast Pork Bahn...
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 24 - 2:32pm
On April 12, Grapevine will celebrate its 22nd Annual Blessing of the Vines & New Vintage Wine and Gallery Trail.
Guests can start the day at Delaney Vineyards where they will walk through rows of grapes, serenaded by a mariachi band as they experience the centuries-old European blessing ritual performed by a priest. A complimentary tasting and live entertainment follow the blessing, which begins at 11 a.m....
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 24 - 2:27pm
Getting kids involved in gardening process at an early age encourages a healthy love of vegetables.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden offers a monthly program from April through November for children ages 18 months – 3 years that explores the tastes, smells, colors and textures of vegetables as well as basic gardening tasks. Ideal for the little ones that love being outside, the events are set...