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THE DOGWOOD FORT WORTH to Host January 27 Grand Opening with Roger Creager

The Dogwood Fort Worth, the newest brick and mortar location from Carmack Concepts’ founders Brad and Chad Womack along with Jason Carrier, will be celebrating their official grand opening with Texas Country artist Roger Creager, DJ Aiden Brasher, Ice Luge and Shotski activations, and cocktails from Deep Eddy Vodka. Guests can enjoy libations all night, as well as the premier in-house food menu until 10:00pm.

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We Are Celebrating National Soup Month With A Rahr Beer Cheese Recipe

OIP (55)by Steven Doyle

January is National Soup Month, and we shared plenty of our favorite soups found throughout Dallas and Fort Worth in coming weeks. Go buy a few six packs of the Ugly Pug, our favorite Rahr & Sons brew. You will want to serve the beer with the soup, of course.

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Fort Worth Ghost Kitchen

Innovative Chef Lanny Lancarte announced today that Fantasma Kitchens has launched Pizza Zapasta and El Pollo Tocayo. The kitchen is located on the footsteps of Fort Worth’s trending North Side, joining Lancarte’s first all-delivery concept, Eat Fajitas, the fiesta delivered to your door. All three concepts will be located under a singular roof inside a renovated Methodist Church.

Fantasma Kitchens (fantasma defines as ghost in Spanish), will be Lancarte’s second venture into the ghost kitchen movement and completes his trio of food concepts. Eat Fajitas, El Pollo Tocayo, and Pizza Zapasta will be available “ghost-style,” served to customers in to-go and delivery options available within the Fantasma Kitchens app.

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The Ultimate DFW (and Beyond) Chicken Fried Steak List 2021

babesby Steven Doyle                                                  Babe’s CFS

Today is a day of celebration and joy as we mark the official Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day. The day’s founder, Jeffrey Yarbrough, said on this auspicious occasion, “I am honored to have worked closely with restaurateurs Tom Perini and Ralph Sheffield to elevate this savory southern dish that reflects our state history. Besides my wife and kids as the loves of my life, creating the official Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day has been a dream come true and makes me so proud to be a Texan.”   Continue reading

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Fred’s Texas Cafe Announces New West Fort Worth Location Opening Spring 2022

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. 

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Junior League of Fort Worth announces 15th annual Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market

The Junior League of Fort Worth (JLFW) is hosting its 15th annual Christmas in Cowtown Holiday Gift Market (Market) at the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibits Hall in the Will Rogers Memorial Center. From Thursday, October 14 through Sunday, October 17, Christmas shoppers can peruse more than 200 merchants from across the country, showcasing home goods, jewelry, clothing, children’s gifts and more. Single-day tickets cost $15 and can be purchased here.  

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