The Scoop

Posted By Nicole Crites on 2016 Mar 29 - 11:26am

ONE YEAR AFTER THE OPENING OF ZYN22’S FIRST STUDIO ON SEVENTH STREET, THE BOUTIQUE CYCLING STUDIO ANNOUNCED THAT IT WILL OPEN TWO MORE LOCATIONS. The first will open its doors in April at Southlake Boulevard and Kimbell Avenue in Southlake, followed by another opening in Turtle Creek Village...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Mar 29 - 11:22am

Fort Worth-based Calloway’s Nursery opened two new stores in Tarrant County in March. A Mansfield location opened at 311 East Debbie Lane followed by a north Fort Worth location at 3936 North Tarrant Parkway. Designed by Schwarz-Hanson Architects of Fort Worth, each store, with a wraparound...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Mar 29 - 11:16am

Olivella’s Neo Pizza Napoletana opened in the former Jake’s Hamburger location in The Village at Camp Bowie in March. This is the first Fort Worth location for the Dallas-based pizza restaurant, which originally opened in University Park near SMU in 2007 and followed up with two more...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Mar 29 - 11:09am

The expansion of Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South, a partnership between Texas Health Resources and Adventist Health System, is set to be complete in August 2016.  The $95 million new Burleson hospital will be located immediately west of the current facility. The building, which...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Mar 29 - 11:05am

A Green Slate

Black matte paint covers virtually every inside and outside wall of The Greenhouse 817 in south Fort Worth, instantly informing patrons that this isn’t your usual, well, greenhouse. “I was inspired by European designers painting Victorian homes black,” owner Deryk Poynor says,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Feb 17 - 11:52am

| by Alexandra Plancarte | “We wanted to create a butter that tasted really good,” founder of Banner Butter, Drew McBath, says. “It wasn’t optimized for shelf life; it wasn’t optimized for cost, but it is optimized for taste and texture.” As it turns out, good...

Posted By Nicole Crites on 2016 Feb 17 - 11:48am

The 53rd Annual Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art is opening its doors for one more day this year. For three days, March 3-5, Will Rogers Memorial Center will be stocked full of rarely found antiques and art. Let’s just say this isn’t your grandmother’s antique mall. Expect to...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Feb 17 - 9:47am

| photos by Tracy Autem | Now in its third year, the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival  brings national and regional attention to the city’s food scene. In addition to sustaining local chefs, restaurants and the farming and ranching community, the annual eating and sipping extravaganza...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Feb 17 - 9:13am

A Q&A with Russell Kirkpatrick, co-founder of the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival (FWFWF):

Why did you decide that Fort Worth needed a food and wine festival? It really spawned out of participating in the Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit, which we would do every spring. The event would sell out in about five minutes. I was out there with our Reata team as was Jon Bonnell, Tim Love,...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2016 Jan 19 - 3:12pm

Shop King & Co
Stark walls and painted white wood floors create a canvas for the treasures stocked inside Shop King & Co., the duplex-turned-retail store tucked one street off of the bricks of Camp Bowie. Frances King, an SMU grad and former interior designer, opened the doors to her 1,200-square-foot, by-...

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