Fort Worth’s newest restaurant, Taste, has officially announced its pay-what-you-can restaurant located at 1200 S. Main Street will open on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. Taste Project, the nonprofit organization the restaurant is a part of, and its Board of Directors, encourage all Fort Worth residents to come show support for the underlying issue of food insecurity throughout Tarrant County at the grand opening of this award-winning restaurant concept in the Near Southside.
Taste Project is a nonprofit organization designed to help feed, educate, and serve Tarrant County’s food insecure population, a total of 18.1 percent of Tarrant County’s overall community. Continue reading
Marcus Paslay’s Clay Pigeon has unveiled a new seasonal menu and hired Andrew Dilda as executive chef, bringing the former Reata chef back to Fort Worth.
Clay Pigeon’s new menu features a focused selection of small plates like PEI Mussels and Tuna Crudo; the Roasted Beet Salad and the Wedge Salad with duck confit; shareables such as Smoked Salmon Dip and Lobster Rolls; and entrées that include Braised Lamb Shank, three prime angus steaks and the popular CP Burger, now available daily. Seasonal sides include Brussels Sprouts Amandine and Roasted Mushrooms. Continue reading
Since opening its first location in 2013, Shell Shack has quickly proved to be a hit with locals, supplying them with perfectly-seasoned crabs, shrimp, oysters and more. The original Uptown Dallas store has since been joined by others in Plano, Arlington and Mesquite, and now, the concept is expanding to Fort Worth.
Crews have already broken ground on Shell Shack’s new home, which will be located at Parkside at Alliance Town Center. The more than 5,000 square foot interior and 2,262 square foot patio is part of the 3.5-acre project in North Fort Worth’s most exciting development, bringing dining and nightlife destinations to a beautiful setting that looks onto Bluestem Park and includes a live music stage, outdoor seating and fun activities for the whole family, like bocce ball and cornhole. Continue reading
Six and a half years after opening their Southeast Asian restaurant in
the heart of Uptown Dallas, Braden and Yasmin Wages will open the doors to their third location in Fort Worth’s The Shops at Clearfork on Monday, October 9, 2017.
“We’re excited to bring our modern take on Thai and Vietnamese cuisine and refined service to Fort Worth’s burgeoning food scene,” says Braden. “We are proud and feel very fortunate to be included in the lineup of luxury destinations in The Shops at Clearfork.” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
It’s haunting that there are merely weeks remaining in 2017. This means cooler temps, Fall parties and terrifying romps through DFW’s best haunted houses.
Most haunted houses have two prices, one for regular admission, and a second speed pass price to exit through the long lines that you will surely meet. Jump in the haunted pit of horrors for a list of our local favorites. If you wish to add to our list send us an email. Continue reading
On Saturday, September 30, Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth’s young professionals group, The Red Shoe Society, is hosting its annual tailgate party at Lola’s Trailer Park to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth. The “Rise, Rally and Red Shoes” event kicks off at noon, and will feature a “Best Tailgate Taste” cook-off, college football, and live music by Matt Tedder and his band Fatt Chedder.
Celebrity judges for the “Best Tailgate Taste” cook-off include Executive Chef Derek Venutolo from The Capital Grille, Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Sean Burke, Sarah Castillo from Taco Heads, Keith Hicks from Buttons, and Keith Damien Grober from Salsa Limon. Continue reading