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The first Tarrant County location of Unrefined Bakery will be opening in the Hulen Heights shopping center, next to Goodwill and across from Chik-fil-A at 3250 Hulen Street # 130.

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The next installment of Books That Cook will be June 22 at the Southwest Regional Library in Fort Worth. The theme is Cowboy Cooking and it is focused on three Texas chefs and cookbook authors: Mike Micallef of Reata, Tom Perini of Perini Ranch and Lou Lambert of Lambert's and Dutch's Hamburgers.

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What began life on Magnolia Avenue as an apparel concept by owners Tommy and Tammy Brown quickly shifted gears last year to a wine and beer bar more in keeping with its catchy name, 44 Bootlegger, and rustic ambience. “We just celebrated our one year anniversary. My, how time flies,” said To…

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In the Montgomery Plaza location that has seen more than its fair share of turn-over in its short lifespan, the most recent American Bistro concept – M Bistro is closing as well.

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The prepared meals market was set to celebrate the opening of its first Fort Worth location with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, May 31. Eatzi’s CEO Adam Romo and Fort Worth’s District 9 representative, Councilwoman Ann Zadeh, were scheduled to share remarks with the crowd. The ribbo…

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The West 7th development in Fort Worth today unveiled its new name and branding as Crockett Row at West 7th. Along with the rebranding announcement, development officials also announced two new tenants: Common Desk, a coworking space, and C.H. Robinson, logistics provider.

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Chef Maritza Sepulveda opened her waffle-centric Pinky’s inside Ridgmar Mall, to surprised fans a few months back, and promptly closed it in April with plans for a change of venue. She announced the closure of her first Ridgmar Mall location in a facebook post, “Due to scheduling differences…

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The owners of Heim BBQ today announced they signed a lease Monday making way for the barbecue restaurant’s second location, this one in the River District development on the city’s westside.

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Fort Worth diners recall two recent, short-lived restaurants in the West 7th District by Thai chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin, Bite City Grill and Kin Kin Urban Thai. He is now dipping his toe back into Tarrant County with a new opening in Colleyville − Sai Fine Asian Bistro.

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Firebird Restaurant Group, which owns El Fenix, Snuffers, Taqueria La Ventana, and Meso Maya just added Tortaco to their line-up last October 2016.

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Super Chix will strut over to Fort Worth’s Southside next fall when it takes up shop in the Near Southside Mercantile, the new 28,000-square-foot mixed-use development along Eighth Avenue and Oleander Street. Another fast-casual mainstay, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, will be its neighbor.

The Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival kicked things off with BBQ Showdown on Thursday, March 30, 2017, at W.R. Watt Arena. As festival-goers entered the arena the smell of smoked meats and anticipation was in the air. Ultimately, Heim Barbeque took home the big prize for best barbeque.

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Not that you need an excuse…but National Margarita Day is February 22 (oddly enough on a Wednesday). And, with our ever-fluctuating weather lately, we could all use some ice cold refreshment. Typically Margaritas contain at least two standard ingredients – tequila and limes, beyond that the …

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Teriyaki Madness, a Denver, Colorado-based, fresh Asian grill, will soon return to Colleyville. Shree Rama is re-opening the city’s Teriyaki Madness on Feb. 24, located at 4712 Colleyville Boulevard in Colleyville.

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Ramiro “Milo” Ramirez along with co-owner and sister Rosalia “Ro” Ramirez are not done taking over the world yet. They will be breaking ground Monday on the first phase of a Magnolia location of their wildly popular taqueria, Salsa Limón.

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The Union Gospel Mission of Fort Worth hosted a fundraising event called “Making a Difference” on Jan. 17 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Writer and producer Ron Hall, co-author of the New York Times bestseller Same Kind of Different as Me, and the stars of the film version, Djimon Houn…

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For those in search of the next big thing…all eyes have been on the opening of Chef Marcus Paslay’s new restaurant, Piattello Italian Kitchen. And, I am happy to report that it is as good as we had hoped it would be.

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Founded in Texas in 1967, Golden Chick is a DFW-based family of chicken restaurants best known for its delightfully crispy Golden Tenders and Golden Fried Chicken. It announced Monday the opening of its fifth location in Fort Worth. The new restaurant is located off of U.S. Route 287 at 2820…

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After over four and a half years of aging, Firestone and Robertson Distilling Company (F&R) today announced that its TX Straight Bourbon is ready for release. A limited amount of the spirit will be available at the company’s Fort Worth distillery, and in select Dallas and Fort Worth stor…

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After food-tuck fame, brother and sister team, Ramiro and Rosalia (better known as Milo and Ro) Ramirez have continued branching their tasty taco empire across town. Their newest (fourth brick and mortar), known as Salsa Limón Centro opens its doors to the public this week at 550 Throckmorto…

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The modern Thanksgiving table thankfully sports less marshmallow topped, carb-loaded side dishes these days. Fresh and simple sides are the updated version of the holiday.

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Hometown hero, Rahr & Sons Brewing Co., which led the way in Fort Worth’s craft beer movement, has racked up a lot of hardware during their twelve years in business − over 60 awards and a fair amount of those are glimmering bronze, silver and gold medals.

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When area chefs and restauranteurs show up at next spring’s Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival, it will be to both dazzle their adoring fans and to further market their brand to the community. During Festival season they are treated like rock stars and the spotlight shines on them. But, that is…