Posts Tagged ‘lounge’

Lone Star State of Mind

Last Call
The recent glum weather put quite a damper on my social life and gave me a severe case of cabin fever. So I decided to come out of hibernation (heels and all) a couple of weekends ago and brave the cold to check out one of the ...


Magnolia Motor Lounge Revs Up

Gut-busting he-man fare and an automotive décor define this relatively new West 7th corridor spot.
ANTHONY MARIANI
I just couldn’t do it. I mean, everything was cooked beautifully –– the succulent beef patty topped with melted cheddar, the grilled mushrooms, the fried egg, the strips of chicken-fried applewood-smoked bacon, the slices...



On The Town 2010

Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Bartender Readers’ choice: Jason Pollard, Buffalo Bros., 3015 S University Dr, FW Critic’s choice: Carey Wolff, Malone’s Pub, 1303 Calhoun St, FW Sure, Malone’s Pub might not pack ’em in the way other bars do, and Mal...


The Keys to Happiness

Last Call
Next week, May rolls around, and — barring any surprise climactic horror — the heat will come with it. I mention this because, as I’ve gone about town over the past couple weeks, I’ve noticed a ton of bar patios rolling...



Putting the Spurs to Cowtown

JIMMY FOWLER
Most Fort Worth citizens were introduced to Queer LiberAction, a lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender activist group, on the evening news last summer. Footage of the packed July 14 city council meeting was broadcast on TV stations ...


Camp Town

Static
We can’t help it, apparently – newsies can’t start a new year without pausing to analyze the old one, picking over its bones for trends and top-10 lists and anything else that can be turned into copy in the us...



Auld Bang Syne

KEN SHIMAMOTO
Present-day Fort Worth and ’90s-era Deep Ellum are about to clash. Topping a four-band bill at Lola’s Saloon-Sixth this weekend are Haltom City’s mighty Me-Thinks, who, as they’ll freely admit, are a lit...


Best Of 2009 On The Town

Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Click here to read more and see who won best Happy Hour, Wine Bar, Cheap Margarita, and more.



The World Is Spinning

JIMMY FOWLER
When Avi Marco came to Fort Worth from Israel with his family in 2005, he had no friends and a limited grasp of the English language. His M.O. for exploring scary new places and faces was strong curiosity coupled with a passion...


Maybe Yes

John Q. Public
To the editor: As usual, Jeff Prince’s reportage, this time in his “Mayfest: Maybe Not” story (Aug. 26, 2009), was a must-read.