Sinless Foods: Keto-friendly donut shop is taking over an Airstream on S. Main St. on Dec. 3, which was formerly occupied by Dusty Biscuit Beignets. The Sinless Foods menu will include over 15 flavors of keto and diabetic-friendly donuts, cinnamon rolls, and tamales made with coconut and almond flour, as well as healthy hot chocolate!
Location: 105 S Main St., Fort Worth
p.s. Dusty Biscuit is preparing for a big move to their own brick and mortar at the former Alchemy Pops space at 411 S. Main St., Fort Worth.
Hotel Drover: The Marriott Autograph Collection hotel and resort located in the Fort Worth Stockyards just recently added Grant Morgan as executive chef for their signature restaurant 97 West Kitchen & Bar. The restaurant plans to feature classic Texas-style cuisine, elevated ranch classics and reimagined Southern comfort foods, scheduled to open in early 2021.
Location: 2501 Rodeo Plaza, Fort Worth
Lou Dong’s Night Market: Pop-up serving variations of Taiwanese street food every Friday and Saturday night at The Boiled Owl Tavern by Chef Alan Huang. The menu is always rotating so expect deliciousness like fried Taiwanese street chicken, braised oxtail stew, and Taiwanese milk bread and nutella sandwich.
Location: 909 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth
Hoang’s Noodle House: Food truck turned brick-and-mortar in a gas station in North Richland Hills served their last meal on November 28th. Known for their fried lobster tail atop garlic noodles and egg rolls, Owner Johnnie Hoang served really delicious and freshest noodles and rice dishes from scratch using family recipes. We hope they will reopen in another location or get back to the food truck soon.
Written by Dixya Bhattarai.
Photo courtesy of Hotel Drover.