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Mexico’s New Mediterranean and Fresh Cuisine Dominates This Fort Worth Restaurant News

Fort Worth‘s culinary scene is cooking, with exciting openings, comforting reopenings, mouth-watering new dishes, mouth-watering new drinks and everything in between. Here’s what’s happening in the Fort Worth restaurant news: Rachel’s Mediterranean Grill, a Mediterranean chain from Buffalo, New York, will open a location in Fort Worth at 2801 Heritage …

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Big burger chain Fuddruckers bolsters its presence in Texas with malls

A popular burger chain has announced a new partnership that will expand its footprint across Texas and beyond. Fuddruckers has partnered with Brookfield Properties to open 10 new mall locations in Texas and four other states. Additionally, the company launched shadow kitchens to capture more delivery and takeout activity. In …

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🌱 Where to Eat in SXSW + Austin Rodeo Kicks Off + New Perennial

Good day, people of Austin! Gabriela Couvillion here with a new issue of the Austin Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Warm with low clouds dissipating. High: 82 Low: 64. Here are the top stories in Austin today: South by Southwest (SXSW) takes place in Austin Austin from March 11-20, and …

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Gordon Robert Blake | Obituary

Gordon Robert Blake, 72, of Buda, Texas, died Feb. 17, 2022, surrounded by his devoted wife of 43 years, Candace, and their children. Gordon, son of Zada ​​Metzler Blake and Gordon John Blake, and proud big brother to Tara, Scott and Dan, was born in Batavia, NY, and raised in …

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Governor Greg Abbott asks Texas retailers to remove all Russian products from their shelves

In an act of solidarity with Ukraine, Governor Greg Abbott on Saturday asked Texas retailers to voluntarily remove all Russian products from their shelves. Abbott tweeted that he had requested members of the Texas Restaurant and Texas Package Stores Associations, as well as all other retailers. “Texas stands with Ukraine,” …

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Applebee Restaurants in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Central and East Texas are Bringing Back DOLLARITA – Margaritas for $1 – for 1 Day Only on Day 2: National Margarita Day, Tuesday, 02/22/2022

Local Applebee franchisee SSCP Management recently made the LARGEST MARGARITA IN TEXAS(Must-watch downloadable video to prove it and see it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axRzBRw7Ok8) Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) On a day unprecedented in history when number 2 will dominate like it has never done before – Tuesday of the second month of 2022 on …

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HEB monitors Mexico’s avocado ban as restaurants prepare to ‘smell it first’

News of a halt to US imports of avocados from Mexico surprised restaurants and vendors as much as consumers on Super Bowl Sunday. But HEB says it does not foresee any disruption at this time. “HEB is monitoring the situation closely and working with our suppliers,” Dya Campos, director of …

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11 Last-Minute Romantic Getaways to Texas for Valentine’s Day

RDares are nice, candy is fine, but if there’s one absolutely foolproof Valentine’s Day gift, it’s a romantic getaway. In honor of love-themed vacations, we’re highlighting some of the best hotel stays (with incentive offers) across Texas, because the only thing better than a thoughtful retreat is a short and …

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Best things to do this week: January 24-30, 2022

Katie’s Seafood House, one of more than 30 participating restaurants offering meals and special prices during Galveston Restaurant Week | Photo courtesy of Visit Galveston Update: Monday, January 24, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. Make the most of your week with our top 10 picks and things to do this week …

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The omicron-induced COVID-19 surge has hit some Texas restaurants and bars harder than others – Houston Public Media

Many Texas restaurants and bars have been forced to close temporarily — for days, a week, sometimes longer — as this latest wave of COVID-19 brings staff shortages and other challenges. As the Omicron variant began to catch on late last year, bar owner Lee Daugherty grew concerned. He began …

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Omicron-induced COVID-19 surge hits some Texas restaurants, bars harder than others

As the Omicron variant began to catch on late last year, bar owner Lee Daugherty grew concerned. He began to implement serious protocols among his staff at Alexandre, his establishment in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas, including bi-weekly testing. It wasn’t long before someone tested positive for COVID-19. “We …

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🌱 MLK Day Events + Festival and Food Drive + New Austin Homes

Happy Monday neighbours! Here’s what’s happening around Austin today. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny and warmer. High: 69 Low: 47. Here are today’s top stories in Austin: Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and “to commemorate the civil rights activist and his work” several events are taking place …

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Dallas suburb has 7th hottest neighborhood for US shoppers

Forney’s population has increased by 60% from 2010 to 2020, and the growth shows no signs of slowing down. A new report from residential real estate platform Opendoor provides further evidence of the Dallas suburb’s continued popularity. Forney’s 75126 postcode ranks seventh on Opendoor’s new list of the country’s 10 …

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Restaurants close dining rooms, cut hours as omicron wreaks havoc on already tight workforce

[ad_1] It’s starting to look like 2020 again to the restaurant business as omicron takes a bite out of an already tight workforce. Then restaurants closed on government orders to slow the spread of COVID-19. Now, they close or return to take-out only when the latest variant infects employees, leaving …

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Texas NBA Legend Tony Parker Estate Hits Market For Nearly $ 20 Million

[ad_1] The six-bedroom main house that Parker called his home during his San Antonio career hit the market this month for $ 19.5 million. On ExpressNews.com: Here are the greatest or most memorable moments in Spurs history The property includes an additional four-bedroom guest apartment, a private water park, and …

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Mexican chain Chuy’s opens first New Braunfels restaurant

[ad_1] Timothy Fanning, San Antonio Express-News December 21, 2021 Chuy’s in 2013. The restaurant chain adds its first establishment in New Braunfels in November. Elizabeth W. Kearley / Moment Editorial / Getty Images When Chuy’s first opened at an old abandoned Texas barbecue restaurant in Austin, there were only 60 …

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Weslaco’s national franchise restaurants are among the busiest in the United States

[ad_1] WESLACO, Texas – Restaurants in Weslaco are crowded much more often than expected. In fact, on a pro rata basis, some of the city’s national franchise restaurants are among the busiest in all of the United States. One explanation could be that there aren’t enough restaurants in the city, …

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New Marfa Distillery Chihuahuan Desert Sotol Now Available in San Antonio | Flavor | San Antonio

[ad_1] click on the picture Instagram / themarfaspiritco Texas-based Marfa Spirit Co. has launched its first product, Chihuahuan Desert Sotol, now available in San Antonio. Tequila is Mexico’s most famous spirit, but it’s not the only one worth exploring. In an effort to raise awareness in the United States about …

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Houston’s Pappas Restaurants Demand San Antonio Favorite Papa’s Burgers to Change Names | Flavor | San Antonio

[ad_1] click on the picture Facebook / Papa’s Burgers Papa’s Burgers of San Antonio received a cease and desist letter from Pappas Burger of Houston. Just when we thought we had overtaken last year’s signature beef between rival San Antonio burgers, local favorite Papa’s Burgers was drawn into a new …

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Boston investor buys apartments in Frisco’s $ 1 billion Gate development

[ad_1] A Boston investor bought part of the $ 1 billion Frisco Gate development. San Antonio-based developer Embrey Partners LLC has sold their 350-unit estate in The Gate Apartments to TA Realty. The rental community is located on the west side of the Dallas North Toll Freeway, off of John …

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Frenzy of limited-edition articles in this Fort Worth Restaurant News

[ad_1] This Fort Worth restaurant news roundup has a countdown. Most of the items featured here – whether they’re special menus or winter-themed drinks – are only available for a limited time. Run if you have to before you run out. Here’s what’s happening in the restaurant news in Fort …

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In a Mineral Wells in full rebirth, there is something in the water

[ad_1] MINERAL WELLS – You remember “The Shining”, don’t you? Houston’s Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall and their baby boy Danny – all three alone for the winter in a remote old hotel in the Rockies while “All Work and No Play” Nicholson drives himself crazy trying to write a novel? …

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How Austin Became One of America’s Least Affordable Cities

[ad_1] AUSTIN – In recent years, in one of America’s fastest growing cities, change has come at a feverish pace in the Texas capital, with churches demolished, mobile home parks razed and haunted neighborhoods replaced by trendy restaurants and luxury apartments. complex. The transformation was felt perhaps most acutely across …

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Holiday tamales have been a Texan tradition for generations. But how did it start?

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on November 27, 2020. For much of his life, Juany Balderas hated making tamales. It took his family three days to do enough for extended relatives in his hometown of Mier Y Noriega, Mexico – days of painstakingly slaughtering pigs, mixing masa, …

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The 10 best menudo bowls in Mexican restaurants in San Antonio

[ad_1] To understand the menudo is to appreciate its smell. Mexican stew made with cow’s stomach, hominy, chili peppers and beef broth smells like a day’s work in a denim shirt. It smells like a stockyard alley. And in the words of an old friend from San Antonio, it smells …

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A Mediterranean grill opens its doors at Pearl

[ad_1] The team behind Austin’s famous Emmer & Rye have announced the opening of a Mediterranean concept, Ladino, next summer at Il Sogno Osteria’s former home in Pearl. “I am more than delighted and delighted that Ladino is opening its doors,” says Executive Chef Berty Richter. “For most of my …

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Texas Invitational gears up for big comeback

[ad_1] Kirk Lewis probably can’t imagine going 720 days without a cup of coffee, washing the car, or cutting the grass. And until the pandemic hit, he couldn’t imagine the Pasadena-Deer Park area going so many days without participating in a McDonald’s Texas Invitational tournament. But we’ve got about 685 …

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Dallas Culinary Nonprofit Has Dough For Catering Professionals

[ad_1] A nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting culinary innovation in Dallas distributes grants. According to a statement, the Dallas Food and Wine Alliance will award $ 16,000 to eligible applicants, which could include farmers, chefs, artisans, wine / beer / spirits makers, non-profit culinary organizations, businesses and food and beverage …

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Texas Hill Country Resorts: Romantic Texas Getaways

[ad_1] Not all Texans are born and raised romantics, even though they are happily married. Fortunately, Texas Hill Country resorts offer some of Texas’ most romantic getaways, and they’re designed to make planning a romantic getaway to Hill Country a breeze. One B&B we discovered even serves breakfast in bed …

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Bravo’s Top Chef for next season in Houston

[ad_1] If the world weren’t already familiar with the gastronomic and gastronomic glories of Houston, it would be: Bravo’s “Top Chef” arrives in Bayou City. NBC / Universal, Bravo’s parent company, and Houston First confirmed on Tuesday that television’s biggest chef contest will take place in Houston for season 19, …

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Savor the diverse flavors of Texas

[ad_1] Texas‘ evolutionary history is told through its food. Inventive and locally sourced, Texan cuisine is a delicious explosion of flavors embodying the state’s diverse cultural mix and rich Western heritage. Taste unique Texan fusion cuisine across the state at places like Houston’s Vietnamese-Cajun Crayfish + Noodles and the Asian-inspired …

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San Antonio is home to this growing vegan chain

[ad_1] In its first year of operation, Project Pollo will have 14 locations serving soy-based sandwiches and burgers across Texas. The business was launched less than a year ago in San Antonio. The Pollo project opened in September 2020, at the height of commercial difficulties linked to the pandemic. Owner …

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Best steakhouses in San Antonio

[ad_1] Best barbecue restaurants in San Antonio. Image Courtesy: Emerson Vieria on Unsplash Smoked, blackened and slow cooked – all the words that describe how San Antonio’s best barbecue is made. With as many barbecue places as there are in Texas, it’s just to be picky about how you like …

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