Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’
Owner Maureen “Angela” Hucey proudly offers her jerk chicken with steamed cabbage.

High Times

Angie’s Bikkles’ address may be different, but the food is still awesome.
LAURIE JAMES
Angie’s Bikkles Caribbean Restaurant is movin’ on up. Owner Maureen Hucey recently relocated her business from a quiet spot on West Berry Street near I-35 to a more visible space, this one across the street from John Peter ...


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Cubby Hole

Though Chicago in name, this small eatery specializes in all kinds of fare done with care.
EDWARD BROWN
The walls at Chicago’s Catch are adorned with posters of the Windy City, but the bulk of the menu is surprisingly familiar (fried appetizers, catfish, fried chicken, burgers). The scant exceptions, however, are delicious. Nes...



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Gleefully Free of Gluten

CHOW, BABY
Another year, another diet craze that restaurants rush to accommodate. A few years ago the Atkins diet was all the rage. Menus all over the country highlighted dishes that fit its low-carb criteria. Then it was trans fat, and l...


The Hello Goodbye Burger is just one of the specialties featured at The Rock

Everybody Wants Some

Classic rock and hearty fare come together in The Rock.
STEVE STEWARD
Should you make it through Alliance Town Center’s gauntlet of a parking lot to reach the northeastern corner, you’ll find a gigantic building with a logo beaming from the bottom of cartoon flames, the kind you see on the ho...



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Too Righteous

CHOW, BABY
People normally just buy a Porsche when they hit a midlife crisis. Maybe that’s not what’s driving Chef Lanny Lancarte, but he has made some serious changes in his professional life. He closed one of Chow, Baby’s favorite...


Just try to eat The Junkyard burger without a knife and fork.

Navajo Burger: Fill ’er Up

Where’s the beef? Situated inside a Shell station near Lake Worth.
JOEY KEETON
Near Lake Worth, nestled just off Loop 820 on Navajo Trail, inside a Shell gas station, Navajo Burger is secretly producing some of Fort Worth’s best and easily most economical burgers. And these folks are doing it without ne...



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Happy Trails

CHOW, BABY
Chow, Baby’s pal from Los Angeles came into town for the Lone Star Film Festival and wanted a guided tour of the “real Fort Worth culinary experience.” Of course, having done this dance before, I know she really meant: ...


Not fancy, just fabulous: Righteous Foods’ multigrain waffle with fresh fruit juice and acai bowl.

A Righteous Start

Specializing in healthy, organic, locally sourced fare, chef Lanny Lancarte’s new eatery hits the spot.
JIMMY FOWLER
The logo for Lanny Lancarte’s new healthy-eating café, Righteous Foods, is a clenched fist brandishing a carrot. The hand is displaying the carrot either proudly or threateningly, depending on your perspective. Indeed, newco...



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Let the Lobster Roll Down …

CHOW, BABY
The best lobster roll I ever had was in Kennebunkport, Maine, in 1990-something. During one of the summers of my misspent college years, I was visiting a friend in Boston who told me about the delish sandwich he’d discovered....


Don’t let leisurely service keep you from Spazzio’s eggplant medallions.

Spazzio Out

This newish Arlington eatery does Italian right.
LAURIE JAMES
Spazzio’s Italian Cantina seems to be suffering from an identity crisis. The original name, Spago Pizza and Vino, apparently infringed on a Wolfgang Puck trademark. Despite the confusion, this newish family-owned eatery has q...