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Tokyo Cafe

August 24, 2017

Finally got to check out Tokyo Cafe! This local asian restaurant serves up some seriously delicious food. Tokyo Cafe is nestled on the corner of Perishing Avenue and Camp Bowie in West Fort Worth. On our visit we tried the Teriyaki Chicken Bowl and Sesame Chicken with Fried Rice and both were full of authentic […]

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Black Rooster Cafe – Downtown

August 17, 2017

Fort Worth Downtowners rejoice! Black Rooster Cafe recently opened their doors on Houston St. and is serving up their delicious pastries and breakfast/brunch items. If the name sounds familiar it’s because it’s their second location. Their “mothership” is on Forest Park Boulevard near TCU. On our visit we had their Avocado Toast and their Rooster […]

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Central Market’s Hatch Chile Festival

August 8, 2017

Central Market chefs are busy roasting chiles for the 22nd annual Hatch Chile Festival. Starting on Wednesday, August 9, the store will host cooking classes, feature hatch chile products, share recipes, and more. The five Central Market locations bring over 330,000 pounds of New Mexican hatch chiles into the state for the yearly celebration. You […]

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City Surf Fitness

August 3, 2017

At City Surf Fitness you probably won’t be able to make it through a class without laughing.  It might seem strange to add a surfboard to a list of fitness tools but there are endless ways to use it. Surfboards require balance, an element that is often overlooked in other workout settings. The surfing exercises […]

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Gypsy Scoops

July 20, 2017

What started as a dessert truck business has grown to include a vintage ice cream parlor in the past year.  Located just north of downtown Fort Worth, Gypsy Scoops conquer any sugary craving. In its first five years, Gypsy Scoops was solely mobile business that could only be found on the road, hence the name […]

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Breckies – Fort Worth

July 12, 2017

Breckies in north Fort Worth is definitely a must try if you consider yourself a foodie. The location is a easy to miss if you’re driving through North Tarrant Parkway, as it sits on a hill,  but it’s worth the trouble of finding it because the food is delicious! On our visit we had the Aloha […]

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