Chef Stefon Rishel with Trident Restaurant Group will soon open the Wishbone & Flynt doors to the public. Together the group brings more than 75 years of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry to the new concept, which will launch in the trendy South Main district of Fort Worth. The restaurant is slated to open in late January/early February of 2020. Continue reading
Fort Worth’s first “Groceraunt”, a family-owned urban neighborhood grocery/restaurant/wine bar and workspace will soon open located next to the historic Burnett Park on the ground floor of the amazing “First On 7th” space in the former Bank Of America Building
The Neighbor’s House Promise is based on the early neighborhood tradition of knocking on your neighbors door to borrow a cup of sugar or anything else that may complete the family meal. Neighbors House Grocery is wanting to serve the Downtown/West 7th community with that friendly neighborhood feel and have confidence in knowing that if they don’t carry that special item you’re looking for, they will exhaust all resources to get it in your hands. Continue reading
Milkshake Concepts, the hospitality group behind Vidorra, Citizen and now Serious Pizza, will officially open STIRR’s second location in Fort Worth, Texas on October 22, 2019. It will be located at Crockett & University in the former Kona Grill space at the corner of the West 7th district. This modern American restaurant, patio and rooftop bar originally opened in Dallas, Texas in the Deep Ellum neighborhood serving up chef driven dishes and creative cocktails. Continue reading
Don’t sacrifice quality and flavor over convenience. Velvet Taco offers all three with its Backdoor Chicken.
For a single Andrew Jackson, Velvet Taco will give you a whole, slow-roasted rotisserie chicken, six handmade corn tortillas, two sides of creamy elote, one side of roasted pico de gallo, and its signature heat sauce and Valentina. Continue reading
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art reopens to the public on September 14 after a three-month closure that completes a year-long renovation project. The museum building and galleries feature a new layout that provides an improved experience for visitors while preserving the vision and legacy of founder Amon G. Carter Sr. and his daughter Ruth Carter Stevenson. The September 14 grand reopening celebration begins at 10 a.m. with daylong events during our annual Party on the Porch featuring live music, food trucks, and cash bars. Members will have exclusive access now through 13 during the museum’s Members-Only Preview Days. Continue reading