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Fort Worth’s Waterside will include start-up restaurant incubators

Have dreams of owning your own restaurant but need some help? Trademark Property Company’s new Waterside, a 63-acre mixed-use development currently under construction at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive in Fort Worth, will include a number of incubator restaurants. Trademark will lease three – four 600-1,000 square-foot micro-restaurant spaces exclusively planned for the property to Continue reading →


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Hot Date: Ruffino hosting Italian wine dinner at Nicola’s Ristorante on October 14

Italian wine producer Ruffino will host a wine dinner at Nicola’s Ristorante in The Shops at Legacy in Plano on Wednesday, October 14, starring Beppe d’Andrea, Ruffino’s Global Brand Ambassador, a former cellar master and president of Chianti’s slow food movement. The dinner is $99++ and begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. Wine guy Chris Teague will be there, Continue reading →


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Heim BBQ shines in Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival Collaborative Dinner at Central Market

Fort Worth’s Central Market and the Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival have been hosting a series of collaborative dinners, introducing talented Cowtown chefs to food lovers in an informal setting. “It’s all designed to bring attention to our city’s chefs and to the Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival,” which kicks off next March 31, Continue reading →



Snag a seat at Nick & Sam’s Oaxaca-themed family style Sunday Supper tonight

If you’re looking for a great meal in Dallas tonight, you’ll want to snag a seat at Nick & Sam’s monthly Sunday Supper, a help-yourself dinner served family style at a long table with about 40 guests. Each month, a different N&S’s chef chooses a culinary theme and prepares every dish. Tonight, chef Jaime Ramirez Continue reading →


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Peter Michael Winery dinner proves why Grace restaurant is Fort Worth’s best

Fort Worth isn’t flashy, and neither is the downtown restaurant Grace or its owner, Adam Jones. Too often, Cowtown gets branded as a fine dining desert, a wasteland of kid-friendly chains and down-home cooking. That’s precisely why Grace has been drawing a loyal following; they come for the city’s most affable host (Jones), the city’s most inventive Continue reading →


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