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...
Posted By Celestina Blok on 2015 Jan 20 - 4:46pm
A decades-old Westside favorite
The venison tenderloin with porcini mushroom sauce at Bella Italia West came sliced to reveal a ruby-red rare interior. Tender and lean, the protein was savory and slightly tart from the red wine reduction.
Posted By Celestina Blok on 2014 Dec 15 - 12:58pm
Having anchored the southeast corner of West 7th’s busiest intersection for nearly a year, AF+B is no longer a mystery nor is its acronymic name.
At AF+B, the duck pot pie combines butternut squash, carrots, local greens and savory duck meat with a creamy roux in a hefty ramekin topped with flaky puff pastry.
Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Oct 28 - 1:31pm
| by Allana Wooley | photography by Alex Lepe |
It used to be, when you told someone you were a vegan or vegetarian, the news would be received with a pitying sigh. Not anymore. As these lifestyle choices have grown in popularity over the past decade, restaurants have been quick to see the potential for exciting new food creations. Nowadays it...
Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2014 Oct 28 - 9:36am
With an imaginative selection of toppings and made-from-scratch philosophy, Chef John Franke brings a fresh take to West 7th residents at Velvet Taco.
Velvet Taco makes its own tortillas and slow roasts its corn, pork and chicken. Tacos are served a la carte.
| by Jessica Llanes | photography by Alex Lepe | It’s been almost a year since...
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...