Harwood Hospitality Group’s eleventh concept, Poco Fiasco, will open its doors this fall at 2828 N. Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201 in the Harwood District. The pizza and martini concept will bring elevated pizza combinations to Dallas as well as a robust martini program. The menu will feature a broad range of Brooklyn-inspired pizzas yet unmistakably a style born in Dallas.
Warren Richards, VP of Harwood Hospitality Group says, “The Harwood District offers a wide range of special culinary experiences and Poco Fiasco will be the perfect addition providing guests with mouthwatering, high-quality pizzas and an elevated drink program to pair.”
“Everyone knows that special feeling we get seeing the big blue highway sign as we cross the Texas border into swamp country — ‘Bienvenue en Louisiane. That welcoming embrace is unique to where I spent a large part of my childhood, and that’s the experience I want my customers to have. I dedicated three decades of my career to Tokyo-style sushi, and I’ve seen how sophisticated diners feel intimidated by Japanese cuisine. Refined and delicious foods shouldn’t include gatekeeping,” chef Michelle Carpenter tells us.
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.
Two new restaurant concepts, The Saint and Night Rooster, are set to make their debut in Dallas. Created by Las Vegas-based hospitality group, Hooper Hospitality Concepts (HHC), The Saint, a trendy Italian steakhouse,is set to debut in fall 2022, with Night Rooster, a modern Asian restaurant and bar, opening its doors in early 2023.
Crave readers travel with verve and you never know where one of our readers might pop up. We are traveling with you and are creating some simple guides to the best hotels (all budgets) and restaurants (again, we span the budgetary lines).
Today we visit Oaxaca. Oaxacan food is no secret. Even if you’ve never been to Mexico, you’ve probably heard that the food in Oaxaca (pronounced wa-ha-ka) represents some of the very best in traditional Mexican cuisine. Like Puebla, Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Merida, Oaxaca is one of the top food destinations in Mexico.
Plano is getting ready to welcome Fizz, a new all-day bar and restaurant concept that begins with coffee service in the morning and transitions into a lounge with drinks and music. Slated to open in early summer, Fizz comes from Jeff Murtha, who’s behind Studio 80, the popular ‘80s club in Fort Worth. It features two full-service bars, one wrapping around the 3,500 square-foot interior and another located on the 1,200 square-foot patio. The patio has a retractable roof to take advantage of sunny days and protect guests from the rain, and during cooler months, fire pits provide cozy gathering spots.