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Nineteen area restaurants are offering up $5 burger specials through Sunday, to benefit Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County. Read more

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Fort Worth’s growth is far from just outward — think Alliance, The River District and its growing, tentacle-like city map — but also upward. New residences occupying old buildings and contemporary dwellings spiraling sky-high, popping up at a fre... Read more

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The long-awaited Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel in the Sinclair Building is nearing its debut. by Rebecca Williams The long-awaited Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel in the Sinclair Building is nearing its debut. The hotel, located at 5... Read more

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by: Erin Pinkham  A 10-story, all-in-one building with retail, restaurants, hotel and potential condos is coming to 1 South Main St. Elkhorn Union expects this development to serve as a gateway between the downtown and Near Southside areas, Pre... Read more

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Northland Properties Corp., owner of the Dallas Stars hockey team, has purchased the historic WT Waggoner Building in downtown Fort Worth, the fifth sale in the central business district by XTO Energy. Northland also is parent of Sandman Hotel G... Read more

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Time to get chopping. Chop House Burger opened Friday in downtown Fort Worth, located at 300 Throckmorton St., inside City Place Center. The restaurant serves items like the Chop House Burger, made with black summer truffle sauce and shaved red ... Read more

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The skillets keep sizzling in downtown Fort Worth, with a Mexican restaurant set to open and a burger restaurant on the way.  Wild Salsa opens Wednesday at City Place Center at 300 Throckmorton St., serving items inspired by the cuisine of Mexic... Read more

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After being closed for renovation for nearly four months, the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau (FWCVB) reopened its Main Street Visitor Center on Wednesday, debuting a new store and Fort Worth history exhibit. “The downtown core is vita... Read more

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Rendering courtesy of Whitestone Hospitality One of downtown Fort Worth’s newest hotel developments is waiting for a go-signal from the City of Fort Worth. Irving-based hotel developer Whitestone Hospitality is planning to build a Hilton Garden... Read more

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Take Main Street in downtown Fort Worth. Now close three blocks, from 6th Street to 9th Street. Next, set up tables and chairs for 500 guests right down the middle of the street and feature dinner from Del Frisco’s, Grace, Reata, Ruth’s Chris and... Read more

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Dallas. Growing up in Lockhart, the BBQ capital of the world, the only things I thought of when I heard the word were the Cowboys and the intro to the TV show. I’ll admit that when I moved to Fort Worth I bought into the rivalry between the two c... Read more

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We are less than three weeks away from opening Fort Worth’s first pop-up restaurant. This marks a great milestone for the 2014 Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival. During Twenty at the Tower, we will serve as many as 1,000 guests. I hope you’re one o... Read more

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In March of 2000, I wasn’t anywhere near Fort Worth. I had actually only visited once to see some friends that attended TCU. I was working at the Gruene Mansion Restaurant outside of New Braunfels, which has since closed and reopened as another c... Read more

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The site is now known as General Worth Square and was carefully designed around an 8-foot bronze sculpture of John F. Kennedy created by Lawrence Ludtke. Surrounding the sculpture is an elegant, 2,000-square-foot granite plaza with large photog... Read more

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For nearly 30 years, Alexander Calder’s red steel, 39-foot-tall Eagle sculpture was a downtown Fort Worth fixture perched in front of the Fort Worth National Bank, which was bought out by Bank One and then Loutex. It was commissioned in 1972 by t... Read more

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  was a groundbreaking, but it was also a party early in May when Sundance Square began an expansion in the 35-block office, retail and entertainment district that is the brainchild of developer Ed Bass. The project includes three buildings an... Read more

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  • $5 Burger Week in Fort Worth

    $5 Burger Week in Fort Worth

    Nineteen Fort Worth-area restaurants are offering up $5 specials this week, through Sunday, to benefit Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County.

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