Bars

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Oct 24 - 8:28pm

Locust Cider
by Amanda Smiley Locust Cider, which crafts and serves original hard ciders, will open its first Texas location in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, Oct. 24. Locust Cider has served traditional and specialty ciders for nearly three years and the new location on 710 S. Main will serve as both a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Sep 24 - 11:53am

Buffalo Bros
Chef Jon Bonnell and co-owner, Ed McOwen, are building an even bigger version of their TCU-area sports bar and family dining restaurant, Buffalo Bros, in the heart of downtown Fort Worth in 2019. Photo from Buffalo Bro's website by Jenelle Langford Chef Jon Bonnell and co-owner, Ed McOwen,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Sep 6 - 3:22pm

Buffalo Bros
A popular TCU-area sports bar is getting a sibling. Photo from Buffalo Bro's website by Adaline Haynes A popular TCU-area sports bar is getting a sibling. Jon Bonnell, the chef behind Buffalo Bros and other Fort Worth restaurants like Bonnell’s and Waters, announced via Facebook that...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Jan 18 - 3:52pm

by Andrew Van Heusden Calling all pinball wizards: The Craftcade, a pinball arcade bar taking patrons back to their childhood, is expected to open in the Near Southside mid-February. The 27,000-square-foot space will be located at 615 South Jennings Ave., which was last occupied by The Last Word...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Feb 7 - 12:12pm

West Seventh’s newest cafe is a coffeehouse by day and bar by night. Ampersand, a coffeehouse and bar, will open in April at 3009 Bledsoe St., in the West Seventh Street area. During the day, the cafe will serve locally air-roasted coffee, specialty craft coffee and coffee-cocktails infused...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Jul 7 - 11:45am

| by McKenzie Zieser  | You might not have noticed the stealthy transformation at 44 Bootlegger from fashion boutique and specialty gift shop to neighborhood bar. Located in the heart of the Near Southside on Magnolia Avenue, 44 Bootlegger now offers craft beer and fine wine – 44 of...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 24 - 11:58am

One more reason not to have to drive to Dallas. Campisi’s — the Big D joint that introduced pizza to the city — is planning to open a western outpost at 6150 Camp Bowie Blvd. The Campisi family took over the Egyptian Lounge on Mockingbird Lane in Dallas in 1946 and never got...