Author: Laurie James
Laurie James has written about food, people, music, and the arts for multiple publications in Fort Worth and across Texas since 2006.
When Hemingway wrote "A Moveable Feast" in Paris in the 60s, he wasn’t talking about getting on a bus and hitting a few great restaurants, distilleries, or breweries for a bite and a sip. But that’s exactly what’s happening right now: food and drink tourism in Fort Worth has truly taken off.
Summer is officially here. Mark off your summer to-do's with our Summer Checklist. Fort Worth Ale Trail There are now two ways to experience the Fort Worth Ale Trail . Pick up an ale trail passport from the Main St. Visitor Center (508 Main St.) or purchase a Craft Pass online (the best value’s the
Salsa – admit it, when you read that, visions of bowls of the red or green stuff just popped into your head, right? Salsa eclipsed ketchup two decades ago as America’s favorite condiment. And here in Fort Worth, we’ve got people making amazing salsa for you to enjoy at home or in restaurants! Happy
Fort Worth is blessed with a plethora of unique restaurants shaking up some amazing margaritas. We've taken it upon ourselves to list 10 of our favorite spots to sit back and unwind. Joe T. Garcias In the garden of earthly delights that is Joe T. Garcia's patio, you'll find one of the best,
Most smaller local Mexican restaurants have a variety of the waste not, want not meats (tongue, cheek, maybe pancreas and chicharrones if you’re lucky). We’ve profiled El Mil, Juanito’s, Taquerita Tepitos, Taco Chihuas, Melis Taqueria and Granny’s Tacos in both our breakfast tacos and our Not Just for Tuesday tacos pieces.
In the 90s, coffee shops pretty much just served…coffee. In porcelain or Styrofoam cups. If you wanted milk, you got a small tin pitcher (or worse, fake creamer in a packet). Later, there were lattes, cappuccinos and mochas. Now coffee shops are getting creative with herbs, spices and alcohol to augment your cuppa Joe.