Chef Marcus Paslay’s new restaurant, , will open this holiday season in Fort Worth’s new Waterside development.
The menu will feature from-scratch, seasonal dishes, including selections of antipasti, soups & salads, housemade pastas & pizzas, fresh sides and desserts. Daily specials will be available on a rotating schedule. Appetizers will range from $6-$10, and entrees will range from $15-$28. A full bar menu with craft beer, a curated selection of wines, and local spirits will be available. Continue reading
by Crave Staff
Every year, Toys for Tots provides toys for children who otherwise wouldn’t have much this holiday season. The need is great. But with a little effort, you can make a big difference in a child’s life. With this year’s deadline for donations coming up on us quickly, and being short on toys this year, help is still needed. Please visit the Toys For Tots website for the locations still receiving donations. Be nimble, be quick and bring some cheer to a child’s Christmas.
The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October – December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
by Steven Doyle
Ever wish to cook at home like one of your favorite chefs in Dallas or Fort Worth? There are certainly many opportunities to take classes from a whole host of chefs including Stephan Pyles, Kent Rathbun and so many more. Each week special classes are taught at the Milestone, Sur la Table, Central Market giving the avid home cook a chance to brush up their culinary skills while enjoying a the meal prepared by the chefs.
There are also many local chefs who have written cookbooks such as The Cheese Lover’s Cookbook and Guide by Paula Lambert, Big Ranch, Big City Cookbook by Louis Lambert with June Naylor, A Cowboy in the Kitchen by Grady Spears and Matt Martinez Culinary Frontier. There are plenty of cookbooks by our favorite chefs. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
We learned this weekend that the Fort Worth version of Patrizio shuttered after being locked out by the landlord. Owner Ed Bailey was in the midst of renegotiating the lease when they received word Saturday that the building had been locked up for non-payment of rent.
The Fort Worth store was located at 2932 Crockett Street. This closure does not affect any other Patrizio locations.
*Update: The Fort Worth location is back in business.
by Angela Hopkins
Want to experience local music, dine outdoors, while sitting back and relaxing with a cold beer? If your answer is Yes! then I am pleased to tell you, we are getting another six months of Friday Fun in Fort Worth. Gather your friends and family, all ages, human and furry alike. Friday on the Green starts on April 12 at Magnolia Green Park, from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Continue reading
by Angela Hopkins
Rodeo Goat is an emerging hot spot in Fort Worth, your new favorite ice house is tucked in the midst of all new construction in the West 7th area. Unlock the cage and cruise through the cattle door dividing the parking lot and sand pebbled covered patio. Giggle at the indoor rodeo stall (used for private parties if requested). Cozy up to family style seating with bar tables accompanying tall cushioned bar stools; you know a little class spruces up the place? I liked it already.
Calling them just burgers does not seem to do this place justice. With components and toppings such as Fresno-aioli, hatch chilies, green olive tapenade, pineapple and plantains, a variety of condiments such as herb, roasted red pepper and a smoky, orange-mayo;,all made fresh in house daily along with the hand punched fries and or chips. Wowzzza. Continue reading