The Ranch at Las Colinas is just that. It is like being invited to dinner at a giant hacienda, and all your friends are there. On a most recent visit I flipped out over the fried chicken, which is the most unusual and flavorful I have tasted ever. The fried chicken at Stampede is pretty remarkable, with its oozing honey pot center, but this is much different. The chicken is first smoked, then fried. If I was some sort of spiritual speaker I would take this opportunity to lean down in front of you and repeat, “smoked… then fried!” Can I get an amen? Continue reading →
Fred’s Texas Cafe announced today its plans for expansion into West Fort Worth with the opening of a NEW Fred’s Texas Cafe on 7101 Camp Bowie West in 2022. This exciting new opening will mark the closing of a chapter and the start of a new one as the restaurant’s flagship location at 915 Currie St. will close its doors on December 31, 2020 and relocate to the new, bigger space come early spring.
Purchased in 1978 by JD and Gari Chandler, the Currie St. burger joint has seen the city of Fort Worth change around it; the building itself has been in that location for almost 50 years (previously Ken’s). During the restaurant’s four decades of operation, the business has stayed family-owned and local through the partnership of long-time friends and co-owners Terry Chandler (JD and Gari’s Son) and Quincy Wallace.The business partners, chuckwagon cooks, and familiar faces to Fred’s regulars are excited for the opportunity to bring Texas’ best burgers and western cuisine to an area of town that hasn’t had a chance to experience Fred’s signature style of food.
Addison is getting not one, but two new restaurants at 5000 Belt Line Road. The bustling strip will very soon welcome Spatch Kitchen & Cocktails and Sonny & Sons in side-by-side spaces, with each offering a distinct and delicious menu to area diners.
Spatch Kitchen & Cocktails is an elegant but comfortable spot serving seasonal American food with a Southern touch. Between its dining room and airy patio, the 5,000-square-foot restaurant seats 150 people. The full bar will pour craft beers, wines by the bottle and the glass, and fresh-made cocktails, like the Sazerac, Pimm’s Cup and classic Martini service.
Halloween comes around just once per year, but Trinity Groves is ensuring you make the most of it by starting the celebration one day early. On Saturday, October 30, the dining destination that features some of the city’s best restaurants with views and its only art-themed beer garden is pulling out all the stops for kids and adults alike. Throughout the day, Trinity Groves restaurants and shops will offer candy for the kids, food and drinks specials and fun photo opps.
Each venue with a pumpkin outside the door is handing out candy, so bring the whole family for a little trick-or-treating and keep your eyes peeled, then stay for lunch or dinner. See all the offerings below, and make your plans to partake in the merriment on October 30.
One of Dallas’ most anticipated food and wine festivals, Chefs For Farmers, returns with a powerhouse lineup of chefs with events starting November 4 and closing out with The Main Event presented by Audi on November 7, 2021. To celebrate the event’s 10th anniversary, Chefs For Farmers is bringing together top chefs and restaurants to highlight the very best from local farms and purveyors, and artisans.