If you’re a morning person, this Fort Worth restaurant news roundup has you in mind. It’s full of tales about breakfast, lunch, and everything in between. There are new breakfast restaurants, new breakfast menus, and a bit of coffee news. It seems hard to believe we could find more new breakfast options just a few days after we recently published our Tastemaker Awards report for new breakfast spots, and we’re talking about breakfast again.
Here’s what’s happening in the Fort Worth dining news:
Dinecraft BBQ And Fort Worth Lola They will be moved to 2000 W Berry St. According to Facebook, Dayne’s Craft BBQ will end May at 2735 W. for business on June 17. “No one is closing our doors; we are just moving,” their post stated. “We hope to continue seeing our favorite familiar faces, and we’re looking forward to some new faces as we enter this exciting new chapter with our amazing Lola crew.”
Rush Dishes, a healthy Colorado “plates” concept, opens a location in Southlake, at 1151 E. Southlake Blvd. In late May. Rush is a casual restaurant chain known for its healthy bowls, made with nuts, fruits, yogurt, and granola. They entered the DFW market in 2018, and currently have three in the region. This will be the fourth and according to a release, franchisees Mike and April Fox will open it.
mango is a breakfast and lunch concept that now has two locations: Keeler, at 900 S. Main St. #305, and original in Southlake, at 2750 E. Southlake Blvd. Number 140. Their menu includes omelets and so-called healthy entrees such as egg white omelette, avocado stuffed with egg white, turkey sausage, and avocado toast. Well, the latter is healthy. There are also breakfast tacos, pans, waffles, chicken and waffles, fried chicken, salads, burgers, melts and wraps.
Lone Spear Café is a breakfast and brunch chain based in Prescott, Arizona that is expanding to the suburbs of DFW with locations now open in Bedford, Denton and Allen. They do breakfast and lunch, with “cowboy food, great cowboy service, and real cowboy charm”. They also like to put together animal heads and other body parts. Allen has dead bear skin on the wall, and their Facebook page posted a video of horses walking a painful “walk” that results when trainers put caustic substances on horses’ hooves, a practice now banned. The menu features egg dishes as well as chicken fried steak, burgers and ribeye steaks. The Denton Chronicle record He says they’re also opening locations in Grapevine and Stockyards in Fort Worth and McKinney.
A snooze at AM . RestaurantWith a strong brunch activity, the brunch chain will launch a new menu on May 19 with Parmesan-Panko Crab Cake Benedict, Burrata & Prosciutto Toast, Monte Cristo Brioche French Toast, Strawberry Shortcake Pancakes and more.
Bark Taco & Smoke is a fun new mobile pop-up grill concept from Chef Blythe Bridges, formerly of Chef Blythe Southern Bistro, known for her Southern home food. It’s branching out, expanding its repertoire to include other popular fare like smoked meats and tacos including hearty dishes like birria tacos. She’s doing food and events like brunch at the Rancho Loma grape farms on Sunday, May 22.
salad and joe, Power Chain, has three new locations in North Texas, including one in Fort Worth on Summer Creek Drive, along with a location in Sachs and Dallas in Midway and Trinity. Salad and Go offers salads, wraps, breakfast burritos, soup, lemonade, iced tea, and cold brew in bulk for a cheap price.
Wildwood Grill, the popular, locally owned Southern-themed chain with two locations, ready to make it three. They’re opening a location at CityLine Market in Richardson, which they expect to open in June. Owners Dave & Mary Garner left the corporate world to open the first Wildwood Grill in Southlake in 2009, then opened in Garland in 2017. They’ve been known not only for their oak and walnut steaks, along with burgers, whiskey and beer, but also for being a friendly place For the neighborhood and family with reliable food and passion service.
Lazy Dog Restaurant And its default concept, Jolene’s Wings & Beer has a handful of new menu items launched May 18: Street Corn Fries with mozzarella, tajín-lime sauce, charred sweet corn, tomato, queso blanco, and cilantro; And spidery wings blended with a blend of orange, Szechuan pepper and chilean spices.
Le Gourmet BakingWilliams-Sonoma, a DFW-based company that makes shortbread sundae cookies, has added Williams-Sonoma to places that sell its cookies online. Founded by Dallas entrepreneur Becky Nelson in 2012, Le Gourmet makes a funky cookie that is thick, smooth, and cake-like. Can you call that shortbread? It definitely suits Dallas tastes because Dallas falls back on anything tough or crunchy. Williams-Sonoma sells three varieties—graduation, patriotic, and Father’s Day cookies—$60 for twelve.
modern marketThe fast, casual, affordable concept with five DFW locations including Preston Hollow Village at US-75 and Walnut Hill Lane, has brought back the classic Street Corn Pizza with Mexican-style street corn on creamy cheddar sauce with fresh mozzarella, jalapeno, chili powder. Smoked cream and Cotija cheese. Like the Allots pizza, see. It’s part of a new batch of summer dishes that includes a chili steak sandwich, a supremeo pizza, grilled ahi salad, and a kale caesar side salad, though reason why you can’t. I get two kale caesar side salads and call them a main salad, I have no idea.
rusty taco It features a new Southern fried chicken taco with fried chicken, chopped dill pickles, grilled honey mustard, and salad. Fresh pickles and mustards, like the Rosti Tango Margherita with a swirl of sangria.
Luna Grill It has two new wraps: the hearty and comforting Mediterranean Chicken Wrap with Kale Medley and Chickpea Salad and Feta Cheese in a multigrain lavash; Refreshingly crunchy apple and walnut rolls topped with candied walnuts, apple slices, gorgonzola, cranberries, assorted cabbage and pomegranate sauce in multigrain lavash. Priced at $10.49.
fusion pot It has a new three-course menu of cheese shakes, salad, and chocolate fondue from Best Fondue Friends Forever, starting at $35. Includes a four-course version for $47 as appetizers. An enhanced selection of dips includes prosciutto, pretzel bread, seasonal vegetables and fruits, macaroons, oreo-topped marshmallows, and fresh fruit. Shareable Sips is a new list of cocktails like the Pink Crush, with the New Amsterdam Pink Whitney Vodka and La Marca Prosecco.
Starbucks It debuted two new year-round items: Chocolate Cream Cold Brew, which features Cold Brew covered in chocolate cream and cold foam and sweetened with vanilla syrup. They say the blend of coffee and chocolate, combined with the flavor of malt in a cool chocolate froth, is designed to conjure up a salty, chocolate milkshake or the last piece of melted chocolate ice cream on a warm summer’s day. There’s also the Lime-Frosted Coconut Bar, which combines coconut, oatmeal, and mini white chocolate chips, topped with lemon frosting, snow-white, and coconut shavings. Frappuccino flavors these days include Caramel Ribbon Crunch and Mocha Cookie Crumble.