La Onda: La Onda, a Latin inspired Craft Cocktails, Seafood and Caviar Bar owned by chef Victor Villarreal and his wife, Misty Villarreal, is hosting pop-up dinners partnering with local breweries and distilleries in March.
Location: 2905 Race St. (previously occupied by Gypsy Scoops).
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Hedary’s Food Truck: Specializing in Mediterranean cuisine, Hedary’s truck
can usually be found at the intersection of Rosedale and Main streets from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. The menu includes grilled lamb and beef gyros; a kafta sirloin sandwich, Mediterranean-style pizzas and more. The truck is run by Antoine Joseph Hedary, whose grandparents opened the original Hedary’s restaurant on White Settlement Road in 1976.
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Kintaro Ramen: Chef Jesus Garcia brings his popular ramen back to the exact same place where he opened his first ramen restaurant (Oni Ramen). Previously, Kintaro Ramen operated as a ghost kitchen doing takeout and delivery only, but now they are fully operating from their brick-and-mortar location for dine-in and takeout.
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Islas Tropical: Paco’s (one of Fort Worth’s most authentic Mexican restaurants) adds frutas-and-mangonadas dessert shop next door serving frutas con tajin y chammoy, mangonadas, cueritos, paletas, and more!
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Smokestack 1948: An indoor/outdoor bar, food trailer, and live music venue inspired from food truck parks in Austin is serving craft cocktails, pizzas and sandwiches near TCU. The concept comes from FW native chef & entrepreneur Carter Froman, who recently opened a drive-thru coffeeshop called Carter’s Coffee.
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Written by Dixya Bhattarai.

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