Posts Tagged ‘restaurants’
Art by Natalie Ibarra

Good Grub

Fort Worth Weekly
Mexican Breakfast Critic’s choice:  La Tortilandia, 1112 W Berry St The massive size of the inexpensive breakfast burritos ($3.25) at La Tortilandia may limit their portability, so have a forklift ready if you plan on taking...


Art by Elizabeth Ratfliff

On the Town

Fort Worth Weekly
Happy Hour Readers’ choice: Bar Louie, 2973 W 7th St Critic’s choice: Upper 90 on College, 961 W Magnolia Av From 2 to 7pm Mon-Fri, the Near Southside bar offers $2.50 wells and domestic bottles, $3 16-oz. domestic drafts, ...



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Dagwoods: Craft Culture to Ridgmar

Steve Steward
Just when I think I’m over “craft culture,” I end up popping into some new place with reclaimed wood on the walls and chalkboards covered with lists of obscure, mythical ales and realize that I should just STFU and enjoy ...


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The West 7th Vortex

Chow, Baby
Restaurants come and go. That’s just the nature of the business. I’ve worked in and have written about the biz long enough to know not to get too attached to a place. But every once in awhile I’m taken aback when I hear t...



This California roll is one of the sushi entrées at Pan Asia Cuisine. Photo by Jordan Ricaurte.

Too Big a Pan?

Some gems can be found amid the plethora of choices at Pan Asia Cuisine.
Kristian Lin
Maybe you’ve heard the phrase “jack of all trades, master of none.” That’s always the danger with a restaurant that serves pan-Asian fare. So it is with Pan Asia Cuisine, an emporium that opened at a busy corner of Camp...


Ol’ South Pancake House, 1509 S University Dr, FW. 817-336-0311.

You Can’t Go Home (Fries) Again

Chow, Baby
After college, I spent a lot of time trying to unlearn some things from the bottom of a rocks glass in local taverns. When the bars closed, there was really only one option for after-hours dining: Ol’ South Pancake House (150...



Local Foods Kitchen specializes in fresh, organic, locally sourced takeout. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Go Local, Go Home

Local Foods Kitchen brings elevated takeout to town.
JOSIE VILLA-SINGLETON
Local Foods Kitchen 4548 Hartwood Dr, FW. 817-238-3464. 7:30am–7:30pm Mon-Sat. All major credit cards accepted.   Local Foods Kitchen’s location doesn’t stand out like other restaurants on the southern stretch of Hul...


Mezcale’s serves traditional Tex-Mex cuisine without pretension. Photo by Lee Chastain.

In The Mezcale Tradition

For old-school Tex-Mex, this new arrival is at the head of the class.
LAUREN PHILLIPS
There was a time (and it wasn’t that long ago) when family-run Tex-Mex restaurants were the backbone of Fort Worth’s casual dining scene. These neighborhood eateries were institutions in their own right, handing recipes dow...



Horseshoe Hill’s menu features some of Chef Grady Spears’ greatest hits. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Climbing Horseshoe Hill

Chef Grady Spears goes back to his delicious roots.
JOSIE VILLA-SINGLETON
Apart from a couple of spots, the Stockyards isn’t known as a dining destination. Most natives obligingly visit the historic area on the North Side to entertain curious out-of-town guests or do some boot scootin’ at Billy B...


Among the offerings on Vivo 53’s menu, the wood-fired pizza and signature chopped salad get the highest marks. Robert Garner

Viva, La Vivo

Chow, Baby
It struck me as I walked into Vivo 53 (525 Taylor St., 855-216-2378) that this city has quietly built a small but solid stable of upscale pizza restaurants. Not too long ago, the only place you could get pizza outside of Domino...