Dining Out

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Feb 28 - 1:42pm

Just Like Momma Used to Make Damian’s Cajun Soul Cafe in Arlington is a chip off the old block. Chef Damian L. Placide Sr. learned to cook at Brenda’s Diner in New Iberia, La., a restaurant his mother has owned for 23 years.

The Barbeque Ribs at Damian's are moist and meaty pork ribs that come draped in a killer vinegar-based sauce that will leave your lips burning nicely. Gumbo ($8.25) is filled with chunks of chicken, beef and popcorn...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jan 31 - 4:56pm

by Celestina Blok Dining a la truck is a contagious trend around these parts. We examine life on the road for some food truckers and the latest food truck park to open in Fort Worth. On any given Friday, well after midnight, the Tank, Salsa Limón’s 1975 Waymatic food trailer...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 30 - 12:47pm

by Ellen Parker

Man Caves, which airs on the DIY Network and MLB Network, came to the Rangers Ballpark. Former Texas Ranger closer, Mitch Williams, along with the show’s host and licensed contractor, Jason Cameron, renovated an average Rangers’ suite in five days. The right-field suite transformed into...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 17 - 4:20pm

Few people were as sad as I to see Aventino’s Italian Restaurant close its doors a few years back after such a long run. And now I don’t have to mourn any longer.

by Courtney Dabney Over the years, there were many memorable occasions at Aventino’s, from dates back in high school to New Year’s Eves and even rehearsal dinners. The romantic and intimate setting was the perfect backdrop, along with the welcoming family service that the Westside had...