Olivella’s Resets the Bar

An Artful Hand

Auténtica Cuba

Parting is Such Sweet Marrow

Blotch Jumbo

Eats

Eats

Whatever Will Be

The Fort Worth restaurant biz is a cruel villain sitting in a swivel chair stroking a hairless cat. It gets in the right lane...

A Cluttered Market

It’s hard to figure out exactly what is going on at Fort Worth’s new Market + Table. The West 7th eatery is cram-packed with...

A Great Sequel

AMC Grapevine Mills 3150 Grapevine Mills Pkwy, Grapevine. 972-539-5909. Hours vary depending on showtimes. MC, V, DISC accepted.   I spend lots of time at AMC Grapevine...

The Quest for Eggsellence

Sometimes you just want a badass egg salad sandwich. At least I occasionally do. But Fort Worth isn’t exactly New York. You can’t just...

Chicken-Fried Redemption

When sports writers use the word “enigmatic” to describe an athlete, that’s usually code for someone who had the world by the cajones but...

Dagwood’s Roars

The concept at Dagwood’s Grinders and Growlers is straightforward: a chef-driven sandwich menu with craft beer to wash it down. The friendly servers will...

Go for a Spin!

The number of fast-casual pizza options in Southlake is a little staggering. Even within the various sub-genres, the fast-growing, affluent Tarrant County suburb is...

Cheddar’s is for the ’Burbs

Until recently, my only impression of Cheddar’s Casual Café (1937 Airport Fwy, Bedford, 817-540-0778) came from a friend of mine who used to work...

Chow, Baby Schaden-fried

I couldn’t help but feel guilty as I sat in the massive dining room of Chop House Burgers (2230 Park Row Dr., 817-459-3700). I...

High-Octane Italian

There is something admirably gutsy about naming your restaurant after the world’s most recognized high-performance automobile. That kind of bravado sets expectations that simply...