October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Monarch is showing support to raise funds and awareness by offering a special limited-time cocktail with a charitable giveback.
The limited-time cocktail, Feel the Fizzle, is a refreshing concoction of hibiscus-infused Grey Goose vodka, rose syrup, rose water, coconut cream, lemon juice and soda. For each Feel the Fizzle ordered, Monarch will donate $1 to The Bridge Breast Network, a local organization providing diagnostic and treatment services to low-income, uninsured or underinsured individuals.
Quarter Acre, the award-winning, chef-owned and operated neighborhood restaurant located on Lowest Greenville Avenue featuring global cuisine from Chef/Owner Toby Archibald has launched a new happy hour program they call “Garden Hour” Tuesday through Friday from 5 – 6:30 pm on the cozy patio or at the bar.
What has become a very long wait for opening day has finally arrived. The new Jonathon’s Diner has opened in the former Kel’s space (which is the former Pizza Inn space) in Forestwood. You can find the new location on Forest Land underneath the Tollway overpass.
Chef and culinary trailblazer, Tim Love, invites North Texas to embark on a wild culinary adventure – Rattle Battle at the Rattler Days Alley Rally, in the Fort Worth Stockyards on Friday, October 6th, 2023, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Food enthusiasts and adventurers are invited to witness this epic culinary battle. Tickets for the inaugural Rattle Battle, hosted by Chef Tim Love, are on sale now for $125and can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com or in Mule Alley on the event day.
Dea, the coastal Italian hotspot that’s the third concept from Lynae Fearing and Tracy Rathbun’s FAR Hospitality, is excited to announce Sunday Brunch at Dea. Beginning Sunday, September 24 Dea’s new brunch menu will be served from 11AM to 3PM.
National Lobster Day is Monday, Sept. 25, and you might not think of celebrated steakhouse III Forks as being the most appropriate choice for the succulent shellfish. You’d be wrong: III Forks offers lobster on its regular menu in four vastly different preparations, each one delectable in its own right.
In the Beginnings section of the menu, you can’t take the Lone Star State out of this lobster dish: Chicken Fried Lobster (pictured) features bites of breaded and fried lobster, tossed in a sundried tomato butter.