Posts Tagged ‘restaurant’
Chadra has moved into bigger digs but is still your place for Italian-Lebanese fare.
For almost six years, Café Chadra near John Peter Smith Hospital offered lunch crowds and evening diners a split-down-the-middle menu of Italian standards (lasagna, stromboli, pasta, ravioli) and Middle Eastern specialties tha...
The newly opened Sushi Tao can’t miss.
The word “tao” is often translated into English as “the right way.” This word has suggested a personal code of behavior, even an entire worldview, within some Asian spiritual disciplines for thousands of...
Chad’s Pizza and Burgers in Weatherford is trying to bring fresh food to the fast-food-loving masses.
Anybody who grew up in New York, Philly, Chi-Town, or Jersey will tell you that once you move anywhere else, you’ve got to give up your appreciation for pizza.
The newly opened Ronin Sushi and Sake isn’t fancy, just fabulous.
A fearsome black bust of a horn-helmeted samurai glares out from an alcove near the sushi bar of the recently opened Ronin Sushi and Sake in Montgomery Plaza.
Piccolo Mondo Italian Restaurant may look like just another strip-mall retailer, but it’s all bid’ness inside.
Movies and television have put a heavy burden on Italian restaurants, specifically on what we expect from their ambience.
Just one art exhibit won’t re-create the feel of Gallery Night by itself, but it’ll still be nice when Justin Bryant displays his paintings for four hours at downtown Fort Worth’s Fizzi restaurant on Sunday.
Next to a quaint gas station northwest of downtown, Il Toro churns out hearty, inexpensive Italian fare.
The guy behind the cash register at Il Toro Café — the same guy who tells you the specials, takes your order, fetches the drinks and food, makes sure the bread basket is always full, and hovers quietly throughout the dining ...