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Former Shipping & Receiving Space to Become Distribution Bar

Shipping & Receiving is a venue unofficially etched in Fort Worth lore, perhaps best known as the place where now-superstar musician Leon Bridges launched his career. But when COVID-19 forced the Near Southside bar to shut down for good, many were left wondering what would become of the beloved space.
FORT WORTH, TX
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Chicken N Pickle coming to Grapevine next year at Delaney Vineyards

Drink this in: Grapevine has landed a Chicken N Pickle. The North Kansas City, Missouri-based company has announced that next year it will open its eighth location, and third in Texas, at Delaney Vineyards off of State Highway 121. The Grapevine location is planned to sport multiple dining areas on...
GRAPEVINE, TX

Suck It Jerky and Pickles officially opens Old Town Keller storefront

Suck It Jerky and Pickles officially opened in Old Town Keller at 121 Olive St. on Sept. 16, the jerky shop announced in a Facebook post. Suck It Jerky and Pickles got its start selling its products at the Keller Farmers Market and online. Aside from jerky, the shop also sells pickles and hot sauce made without preservatives or sugar. Owner and curator Scott Spielman said he prides himself on creating products with ingredients that customers can read and pronounce. 817-296-4161. www.suckitjerkyandpickles.com.
KELLER, TX
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Is Fort Worth the next great American booze city?

As a booze enthusiast and native Texan, I’m quite proud of how far the state has come in terms as how we brew, distill, harvest and imbibe. In fact, Texas — boasting more than 130 distilleries — now trails just California, New York and Washington in terms of its sheer volume of producers. And one Texas town that’s been right at the forefront of that movement is Fort Worth.
FORT WORTH, TX
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5 Must-Try Pizza Places in Arlington

If you’re passionate about hot, yummy pizza (and who isn’t?), you won’t be disappointed when it comes to the options available in Arlington, TX. To get your pizza party started, let’s take a quick look at five spots where you can place an order for pizza greatness:. Mama’s Pizza. 1200...
ARLINGTON, TX
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Find State Fair of Texas flavors in this Fort Worth-area city’s restaurants

State Fair spirit has come to Burleson, and the city’s unique local restaurants are bringing the flavor. Twenty restaurants are serving specials made with corny dogs, funnel cake, doughnuts and more, all a “Best Fest” tribute to the fried foods featured 45 miles to the east at the State Fair of Texas.
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No closures in Tarrant County restaurant health inspections

No restaurants were closed in health inspections conducted throughout Tarrant County between Sept. 7 and Sept. 11, according to data from the Tarrant County Health Department compiled by the Star-Telegram. The Tarrant County Health Department conducts restaurant inspections everywhere in the county except Fort Worth, Arlington, Euless and North Richland...
TARRANT COUNTY, TX
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September Trips: Brunch Club - Morning Edition

Take a quick trip to Morning Edition in Flower Mound to enjoy a wide variety of breakfast and brunch options from eggs benedict to brioche French toast. They even have a number of keto-friendly and low-carb items (entrees $7 - $15).
FLOWER MOUND, TX
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Is Fort Worth the Next Great American Booze City?

As a booze enthusiast and native Texan, I’m quite proud of how far the state has come in terms as how we brew, distill, harvest and imbibe. In fact, Texas — boasting more than 130 distilleries — now trails just California, New York and Washington in terms of its sheer volume of producers. And one Texas town that’s been right at the forefront of that movement is Fort Worth.
FORT WORTH, TX
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Local vegan chocolatiers bring good vibes to table

Wicked BOLD Vegan Kitchen, Flower Mound’s first all-vegan restaurant and North Texas’ first sober bar, is becoming a staple for vegans and non-vegans alike. “We’re seeing this space provide individuals that live a plant-based lifestyle an opportunity to introduce their non-vegan friends and family to a delicious plant-based meal… maybe we’re a gateway vegan restaurant?” owner Deric Cahill said.
FLOWER MOUND, TX

New Flower Mound location is Tropical Smoothie Cafe’s 1,000th

Tropical Smoothie Cafe’s 1,000th location opened Friday morning in Flower Mound. The popular nationwide smoothie chain opened its newest shop at 2840 Flower Mound Road, near the Walmart Neighborhood Market, according to a news release from the town of Flower Mound. The shop’s grand opening features giveaways, photo opportunities and a $1.99 smoothie happy hour from 3-5 p.m. Friday.
FLOWER MOUND, TX
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Build-your-own salad spot opens in south Arlington

A new salad spot is open in south Arlington. Salata, which bills itself as a built-to-order salad kitchen, opened this month at 4100 S. Cooper St. The restaurant is celebrating its grand opening today with live music, samples and a build-your-own succulent bar. Salata offers customizable salads and wraps, soups,...
ARLINGTON, TX

Tropical Smoothie Cafe chooses Flower Mound with opening of its 1,000th location

Tropical Smoothie Cafe is holding a grand opening Sept. 17 for its newest location at 2840 Flower Mound Road in Flower Mound. This is the franchise's 1,000th location, according to a town of Flower Mound news release. The cafe features a variety of smoothies, including Strawberry Chia Lemonade, Acai Berry Boost and Peanut Paradise. The cafe also serves wraps, sandwiches, quesadillas, bowls and flatbreads. 469-314-2400. www.tropicalsmoothiecafe.com.
FLOWER MOUND, TX
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Upcoming events in Carrollton

Carrollton will hold its 3rd annual “World of Foodies” event, a local event featuring the flavors of various cultures and nationalities, this Saturday, from 3 – 9 p.m. The food fest will be held in Historic Downtown Carrollton. Cultures represented at the event include Caribbean, German, Mexican, Salvadoran and Texas barbecue cuisines. As a celebration of flavors from around the globe, the “World of Foodies” event will have many vendors selling delectable foods such as pulled pork, Salvadoran pupusas and German bratwursts and pretzels. In addition to food options, activities such as cultural yard games, Faberge egg crafts and origami will take place throughout the six-hour event.
CARROLLTON, TX