This roundup of Fort Worth food news covers the gamut from pizza tacos to healthy bowls and smoothies. There is an opening and a closing, and a bit of everything else.
Here’s what’s happening in the restaurant news in Fort Worth:
Mamaka Bowls, a California-style smoothie bar, has opened a location in WestBend, Fort Worth’s shopping and dining destination. Started by mother-daughter Carrie and KK Hudson, who started making bowls at home. Thy opened the first Mamaka Bowls in Fayetteville, Arkansas, then Waco, and now Fort Worth. The menu includes homemade smoothies, bowls and granola, with over 15 flavor blends, all dairy free and no added sugar, such as The Peach, with orange juice, peaches, mango, banana and coconut, topped with granola, strawberries, grated coconut and banana.
Located at 1653 River Run, # 151, the store has a surf theme with outdoor garage doors and hanging swings.
Tulips, the concert hall which opened in 2020, is closing its deli operation to regroup. They initially opened the deli in December 2020 on an interim basis to overcome them during COVID-19, but the deli was never intended as a permanent thing.
“We found the fastest way to prepare food, which was to place a deli where a bar was supposed to be, and it was never supposed to outlast the COVID restrictions,” says owner Jason Sweat. “But Bria Downey isn’t kidding when it comes to a menu, and we were pleasantly surprised with the response. Now is the time to figure out how to feed hundreds of people without sacrificing a part of the business that we do. have all grown to love. “
Taco shack has a new owner. Dallas-based Fiesta Restaurant Group, Inc. sold the brand to YTC Enterprises, LLC, a subsidiary of Yadav Enterprises, Inc., a California-based restaurant company. According to Release, the proceeds from the sale will repay part of Fiesta’s loans and allow the company to focus on growing its Pollo Tropical chain. Yadav is the largest franchisee Jack in the Box, one of the largest franchisees Denny’s, the largest franchisee of TGI Friday’s, a significant investor in the ownership group of the global parent company of TGI Friday’s, a franchisee of El Pollo Loco and a franchisee of Corner Bakery Café. They better be good with Taco Cabana!
Tacos de Torchy has a Thai-inspired Tuk Tuk taco for his taco of the month for July, a return item from 2017, featuring Thai beef fajita, cooked coleslaw, crushed peanuts, pickled cucumber and carrots, sriracha, avocado sauce and jack cheese for $ 6.50. The July cocktail is Torchy’s Cherry Limeade with Tito’s Craft Vodka, Sweet & Sour, Sprite & Cherry.
Tacodeli offers a limited-time menu item, the Barbacoa Taco, from July 6 to August 1, featuring HeartBrand beef cheek barbacoa, cilantro, onion, avocado and arbol salsa, for 4.25 $.
Five Pizza Pie has a new crunchy parmesan stuffed crust pizza. The outer edge of the dough is stuffed with mozzarella cheese, then topped with marinara sauce, mozzarella, and Parmesan. More Parmesan is sprinkled on the outer crust before going to the oven. It is finished with a mixture of buttered garlic. Until July 11, you can get a Crunchy Two-Topped Parmesan Stuffed Crust Pizza for $ 5 with promo code STFDCRNCH redeemable online or in store.
Home delivery from Volleman launched in Dallas-Fort Worth. Home delivery service offers dairy, bread, produce, protein, and staple foods made in Texas. This is a partnership between Volleman’s Family Farm, the only glass bottling dairy owned in Texas, and Matt Shatto of Shatto Home Delivery, a Kansas City-based home delivery service. Participating Dallas businesses include Shug’s Bagels, Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, and Empire Baking Company.
Chipotle will offer free entries to buy one, get one on July 6 as part of the White House initiative to get more Americans vaccinated. The BOGO offer will be valid in restaurants from 3 p.m. to closing. Say “BOGO Friends” at checkout to redeem.
Capital grid is hosting a summer wine party available until September 6 called The Generous Pour, featuring a collection of seven signature labels available for $ 28 with dinner. Visit TheCapitalGrille.com to make reservations in Dallas, Plano and Fort Worth, or order online.
Sadler’s smokehouse in Henderson introduced their Sadler’s Smokehouse Ready-to-Eat Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Pulled Chicken and St. Louis Ribs to Albertsons, Shaws, Associated Wholesale Grocers, Hy-Vee and Kroger. It’s $ 10 for pulled pork, pulled chicken, and St. Louis ribs, and $ 16 a pound of brisket.
DoorDash has partnered with Albertsons to offer on-demand grocery delivery to nearly 2,000 of their branded stores nationwide through DoorDash, including Albertsons, Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, Acme and more. Consumers can order over 40,000 on-demand grocery items for delivery within the hour with no time slots, queues or minimum order size required.
DoorDash has also partnered with Beyond Meat to offer limited edition 4th of July grill kits. You get Beyond Burger, a grill pan, apron, cooking tools, a bottle opener, and a recipe card for $ 15 in 14 cities across the United States, including Dallas and Houston.