Eats

Serious, Neapolitan

LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Campania, in the southwest corner of Italy, just above the toe of the “boot,” boasts that thin-crust pizza originated in Naples, the region’s largest city. In addition, the Neapolitans say they also created th...


T for Trying

Chow, Baby
Ooh, Chow, Baby got served! The challenge came via Jason, a former co-worker who is now a rocket scientist at Lockheed Martin. This is one typical career progression for Weekly staffers; since the other option for aging journal...



Bubblicious

ANTHONY MARIANI
Opened by sisters and partners Holly, Nga, and Kim Vu in early 2007, Noodles @ Boba Tea House is situated in a corner spot in a new strip mall at the intersection of North Beach Street and Basswood Boulevard. The sisters have p...


T for Trying

Chow, Baby
Ooh, Chow, Baby got served! The challenge came via Jason, a former co-worker who is now a rocket scientist at Lockheed Martin. This is one typical career progression for Weekly staffers; since the other option for aging journal...



The Word in Anglo is Good

Chow, Baby
Big, big news in the Eateries Near Thrifteries department: Picosos Mexican Restaurant (1950 Menefee Av.) has given frugal Chow, Baby another northwest destination for spending a little and getting a lot.


Brawny

LAURIE BARKER JAMES
In March, the mostly industrial area around White Settlement Road and Foch Street got a little fancy. Now sitting alongside the car dealerships, auto shops, a lumberyard, a venerable barbecue joint, and a couple of mom-and-pop ...



The Word in Anglo is Good

Chow, Baby
Big, big news in the Eateries Near Thrifteries department: Picosos Mexican Restaurant (1950 Menefee Av.) has given frugal Chow, Baby another northwest destination for spending a little and getting a lot. Owner John Villanueva a...


FoodArte de Tarrant

Chow, Baby
One of Chow, Baby’s many eating-related visions of hell would be running a food booth at a Sundance Square festival. It’s hot as a kitchen in there; people are always yelling at you for more napkins; and you’r...



Giddy Up

Peter Gorman
I wouldn’t drive 32 miles one way from Fort Worth just for the pleasure of dining at the Chuck Wagon Restaurant. But if you happen to be in Weatherford when you get hungry, heading for the long-time mom-and-pop eatery isn...


FoodArte de Tarrant

Chow, Baby
One of Chow, Baby’s many eating-related visions of hell would be running a food booth at a Sundance Square festival. It’s hot as a kitchen in there; people are always yelling at you for more napkins; and you’r...