Six Flags Over Texas, the Thrill Capital of Texas, will welcome guests during weekends and holidays in January and February.
In addition to the park’s roller coasters and rides, the return of Ice Carving with Reverend Butter will bring chilling live entertainment to the stage in the GOTHAM CITY. The award-winning ensemble will show off their ice carving talents by slicing and dicing 300-pound blocks of ice into amazing sculptures using chainsaws.
Six Flags Over Texas, the Thrill Capital of Texas, celebrated its 60th anniversary today by announcing that an all-new ride experience will make its debut for the 2022 season. Pirates of Speelunker Cave, is a state-of-the-art attraction that will place guests squarely in the middle of a pirate treasure hunt thwarted by resident Speelunkers. This exciting, new attraction is the second new ride announced at the park and is scheduled to open early in 2022. Aquaman: Power Wave, a previously announced multi-launch water coaster, will also debut next season.
“As the world’s first regional theme park, Six Flags Over Texas has built a solid reputation of providing innovative thrills and lifelong memories for generations of families,” said Six Flags Over Texas Park President Ron McKenzie. “What better way to celebrate our park’s 60th anniversary than by announcing a brand-new attraction that pays homage to our past and launches us into the future,” added McKenzie.
Khanh Nguyen’s cult classic pizza concept, Zalat Pizza, is growing to its 11th unit with its first location in Arlington and will open at 1805 N Collins St, Suite 141, Arlington, TX 76011 on Monday, April 5. The new location will function as another ghost kitchen for the growing pizza brand, strictly serving takeout through Zalat’s website or delivery via third party delivery apps.
“We are excited to offer a more convenient location for our fans living in Arlington who have been driving to Fort Worth to get their Zalat fix,” says Nguyen, CEO and Founder of Zalat Pizza. “We have had great success with our ghost kitchen model this year and believe our customers in Arlington will enjoy eating our craft pizzas in the comfort of their own homes too!”
I have known this week’s chef for quite a while. He has an air of no-nonsense charisma that makes for a unique chef that has blazed a trail in the DFW area for many years now, loading us up with beef created many different ways, from a bountiful haunch plated pretty to a fantastic bunned bit of savoriness.
No doubt that as an avid reader of these pages you have heard mention of chef Kenny Mills who re-opened his award winning Original Chop House Burgers in Arlington just recently to accolades. A man who makes a burger that we queue up for with bated breath. A man we just recently sat with and discussed his interesting history. Continue reading →
Dog Haus – the craft casual concept known for its gourmet all beef hot dogs, handcrafted sausages, humanely raised Black Angus beef burgers, one-of-a-kind fried chicken sandwich, and local craft beers on tap – will celebrate the grand opening of Texas’ second Dog Haus Biergarten location in Arlington on Aug. 3.
Located at 4000 Bagpiper Way, Ste. 110, in Arlington Highlands, this will be Franchisee Ron Ryan’s second Dog Haus Biergarten location. To commemorate its arrival, Dog Haus is inviting locals to swing by for a FREE Haus Dog on Saturday, Aug. 3. Continue reading →
Chef Kenny Mills of the Arlington Chop House Burger (not related to the restaurant in Dallas by the same name) is making a reprise. Previously Mills sold his restaurant citing a bout of weariness for the reason for selling. However, the new owners were not able to keep up with demand and eventually shuttered. Continue reading →