Posts Tagged ‘place’

Drewe Lies

Big Ticket
People don’t usually think of graphic novels as a medium for delicate literary satire, but that’s what Posy Simmonds accomplished when she wrote Tamara Drewe, which has now been turned into a dense and funny comedy film. It...


Club Sandwiches

Chow, Baby
Being more interested in the differences among people than the similarities, Chow, Baby is not much into activities that require a membership card — how boring to spend two hours talking about one small thing we have in commo...



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...


Buffalo Bros. Transcends Wings

Last Call
In the summer of 2001, I made my initial foray into the bar biz at a New Orleans-themed “tavern and daiquiri bar” or, if you prefer (and I do), “a daiquiria.” For about six months, I worked the door, a thankless task in...



Still a Fiesta

This Southside Tex-Mex staple stays simple, fresh, and tasty.
CAROLINE COLLIER
Very few things are like they used to be. Everything changes, and “everything” includes menus at favorite restaurants. But not at Fiesta. The traditional Southside Tex-Mex eatery does things much as it did when it opened 33...


Places, Everyone

KRISTIAN LIN
Sometimes a change of venue can make you see a play in a whole different light. The two local theater groups that we’re spotlighting here are certainly hoping you’ll have such an enlightening experience at their plays.



Bright Lights, Big Rooster

Last Call
I forget where we started out, but we ended up going to The Wild Rooster Bar, a relatively new joint on that little peninsula between Camp Bowie Boulevard and West 7th Street, occupying the space where Asel Art Supply used to be.


Brownstone’s Grrl Power

Casey Thompson’s vision of feminine-sexy Southern charm comes to West 7th.
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
Before her starring turn on America’s Top Chef on Bravo in 2007, Casey Thompson was building her profile by dishing out Asian fusion at Shinsei in Dallas. She had worked her way up to the executive chef spot there after years...



A Lone Star at Piano Texas

Cheng Zhang stood out in the always-pleasing annual TCU festival.
LEONARD EUREKA
A classical music star was born last week at the final concert of the Piano Texas Festival in TCU’s Ed Landreth Auditorium. If one performance of one concerto is a reliable yardstick, 20-year-old Cheng Zhang’s journey throu...


Pixar Re-Opens Its Toy Chest

Toy Story 3 can’t match the first two, but it’s fun.
KRISTIAN LIN
The following statement is true –– and also pretty much meaningless: Toy Story 3 is the weakest Pixar movie in the last 10 years. It’s true, because the movie never achieves the emotional weight of so many of its fellow P...