Last week we explored the finest burgers in Dallas and it is only fair we tell you about some of our favorites in Fort Worth. Fort Worth means Stockyards, which means beef and they have plenty of the good stuff just waiting for you.
We hope you find our list thoughtful and invite you to not only try them all as a bucket list, but to tell us about your favorites. We will be sure to check them out for future publication because we do love a good burger.
The highly anticipated Kimpton Harper Hotel debuts in downtown Fort Worth on June 2, 2021. Development Services Group, Inc., based in Memphis, TN, acquired the architectural landmark near Sundance Square from XTO Energy and oversaw the adaptive reuse to convert it from an office building into The Harper Hotel. Originally built in 1921 in the heart of downtown Fort Worth as the headquarters for Farmer’s and Mechanics Bank, the reimagining of this striking building coincides with the 100th anniversary of its original completion. The Harper Hotel is managed by Pivot, the lifestyle operating vertical of Davidson Hospitality Group. In the heart of downtown and three miles from the historic Fort Worth stockyards, the location offers a unique destination for travelers and locals alike with the renowned Sundance Square Plaza as well as shopping, entertainment, restaurants, and a lively bar scene—all just steps away.
Serious Pizza – best known for its “Seriously Large” 30” pies – is gearing up to make its Fort Worth debut in May. Located at 2728 West 7th St., Serious Pizza Fort Worth will feature the brand’s over the top experience with giant pies, killer merch and more.
To help execute its upbeat, welcoming vibe, Serious Pizza is seeking up to 30 individuals for multiple positions, including line cooks, hosts, pizza runners, dough throwers and dish washers. Interested candidates can apply online at seriouspizza.com.
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 →
At a time when it’s needed more than ever, Fort Worth is about to get a dose of fun when Dirty Bones opens on March 17 (coincidentally, St. Patrick’s Day!). Centered around an immersive experience for enjoying wings, sports and friends, Dirty Bones is a win for every occasion.
Located at 3028 Crockett St. in Fort Worth’s West 7th area, Dirty Bones serves quality wings smothered in both classic and new, exciting sauces, such as Peanut Butter Jelly Time, Cholula Tajin Lime, 24K Gold with actual gold flakes, and Buffalo Mild-Hot for the traditionalists. The menu also boasts Between the Buns favorites, creative starters like Mile High Nachos, salads and dessert.
The Texas Opera Alliance (TOA) today announces that acclaimed bass-baritone Ryan Speedo Green will be its first Artist in Residence. Beginning Friday, March 12, and culminating with his performance at the end of the month in Austin Opera’s An All-Star Concert, Green will participate in a variety of outreach and performance programs for the Alliance’s five member companies: Austin Opera, The Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Houston Grand Opera, and OPERA San Antonio.
Green is renowned for his sensitive portrayals of a wide range of heroic roles on some of the world’s greatest stages. But he is also well known for his unique path in the opera world, an improbable journey that began in a juvenile detention facility and carried him from solitary confinement to stardom. Green’s gripping life story is the subject of a best-selling book, Sing for Your Life: A Story of Race, Music, and Family, which has recently been adapted for the stage.