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The Worthington Renaissance Hotel Announces Live Music Schedule and Toro Toro’s Wine Specials

Celebrate your mid-week victories atThe Worthington Renaissance Hotel with sips and sounds. Every Wednesday, Fort Worthians are invited to ignite their senses with live music in their lobby from 5:00 PM -7:30 PM, enjoy the scenic views of Downtown Fort Worth, and sip away on a luxury list of wine labels that Toro Toro carries.  

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Shell Shack Hosts Crawfish Boils at Each Location this Summer

The days are getting longer, and the weather is getting warmer, but at Shell Shack, late spring and early summer are beloved for another reason: crawfish. The crustaceans are in season and ready to be shucked, slurped and enjoyed with friends, so to celebrate the humble creature, Shell Shack is hosting a crawfish boil at each of its locations.

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A Visit To Fish City Grill

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Fish City Grill wanted to create a comfortable place for neighbors to enjoy great seafood at affordable prices. It is indeed a casual neighborhood restaurant where you could take the family or a casual date, and the prices won’t set you back very far, but definitely deliver the goods. Fish City Grill shows off its longevity and hardiness as a Dallas Staple with progressive new menu items. Continue reading

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Dim Sum of That: A How to Guide to Dim Sum

We’ve written about dim sum in the past, and never grow weary of the subject. You can explore our articles on the subject here, here and here. Or if on LA, Vegas or one of the many North American cities to host a Din Tai Fun, go here.

A crowded dim sum parlor is a cacophony of sounds, scents, and tastes. Upon entering the dining room, you’ll likely hear snippets of animated conversation, interspersed with the clatter of wheels rolling along the floor.

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DFW Speakeasies to Get Excited About

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A speakeasy, also called a blind pig or blind tiger, is an establishment that sells alcoholic beverages, or a retro style bar that replicates aspects of historical speakeasies. Speakeasy bars came into prominence in the United States during the Prohibition era. During that time, the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcoholic beverages was illegal throughout the United States.

Speakeasies largely disappeared after Prohibition ended in 1933. The speakeasy-style trend began in 2000 with the opening of the bar Milk & Honey, which has since closed. Once tucked discreetly behind a little black door in the heart of Soho since 2002. It was at the vanguard of the speakeasy movement in London.

Our favorite speakeasy is located in New York City and is accessed through a phone booth located in Crif’s Hotdogs. Please Don’t Tell serves amazing cocktails and is available with reservations only.

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NEW Tarrant Area Food Bank West in Parker County to Showcase “Food Bank of the Future” Facility

The Tarrant Area Food Bank opens its new facility, TAFB West in Parker County, with a grand opening celebration, Thursday, April 14 from 1-2p. The ribbon-cutting and community event will welcome community leaders and key dignitaries who represent the community at large and show support for the non-profit celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2022.

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