Okay start singing that line to the tune of The Eagles, There’s a New Kid in Town. You know you want to! Seriously though I recently had the opportunity to visit Acre over on Calhoun. This place is an entirely new concept for Fort Worth. The idea is that you can go from coffee to… Continue reading Acre Distilling & Coffee Co. – There’s a new brew in town – Part 1.
Hey y’all. I apologize for the long time, no post but I was busy with the holidays and traveling. I’m happy to be back in CowTown. Okay enough about my hiatus, let’s talk about my recent meeting with the awesome ladies at Selling the Fort. Karly Johnston and Ashley Sartain are two of Fort Worth’s… Continue reading Getting to Know Selling the Fort
That’s Cannon Chinese Kitchen’s goal is to make you feel like you are dining at your grandma’s house. That is if your grandma owned a cute little bungalow and made the most kick ass Chinese dumplings that I’ve ever eaten. I don’t know about yours but my grandma did not so I’m happy to have… Continue reading Dining at Grandma’s – Cannon Chinese Kitchen.
One of the first things that you should know about me is that I love bourbon. Brown liquor is delicious my friends. So when I heard that there was a bourbon distillery in Fort Worth well I saddled up and headed over to check it out. Because if you’re going to make a cocktail in… Continue reading Mystery Bourbon
It’s Sunday and Sundays call for brunch and football. This site isn’t about football so let’s talk about brunch and particularly one of the best brunch spots in Fort Worth, Texas. My husband and I happened to stumble upon Buttons when we first moved to Fort Worth. We were out running errands and decided to… Continue reading Brunch So Hard
This is just a quick post to share a video that my awesome husband made about his typical day here in Fort Worth. He did not include the fabulous meal that I cooked for him that night. All is forgiven though because he did buy me a cupcake 🙂 Enjoy!
So let’s talk about this margarita from Shinjuku Station which is a Japanese Restaurant. Yes, I’m in Texas, drinking a margarita from a Japanese restaurant. The name of this delectable little drink is a shinjuku – rita. The ingredients were fresh squeezed orange juice, yuzu (a Japanese citrus), agave nectar and Milagro tequila. On a… Continue reading Shinjuku Station