Frenzy of limited-edition articles in this Fort Worth Restaurant News

This Fort Worth restaurant news roundup has a countdown. Most of the items featured here – whether they’re special menus or winter-themed drinks – are only available for a limited time. Run if you have to before you run out.

Here’s what’s happening in the restaurant news in Fort Worth:

Gong Cha Victory Heritage is a new bubble tea shop opening north of Fort Worth, on the northwest corner of I-35W and Heritage Trace Parkway, near the Alliance / Keller area, located in the same plaza Victory Shops as Kyodai Handroll Sushi. Gong Cha is a leading bubble tea brand which was founded in Taiwan in 2006. They attribute their success to the premium tea, products and services offered, including brewing fresh tea every 4 hours, making “pearls” or fresh bubbles every four hours, sourcing tea from the best Taiwanese estates and following strict quality control for all ingredients. Gong Cha United States became known for its “Milk Foam”, a lightly salted cream filling that gave the bubble tea category a new twist. They are mostly found in the Northeast, but also in all of the major cities in Texas including Dallas, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio, all of which happen to be the same cities where CultureMap has offices, so this is clearly one. very savvy company. . This will be their first location in Fort Worth, and they aim to open in December.

boos, Hooters’ fast and laid-back wing concept, opens its third Texas location in Bedford on Monday, December 6. Located at 4105 Hwy 121, it is owned by AE Restaurant Group, run by Cary and Jackie Albert, who bring 27 years of experience to the Hoots brand. Hoots Wings offers five cooking options for their wings – breaded, smoked, naked, boneless or roasted – with 14 options for sauces and dry rubs including spicy garlic, lemon pepper, Texas BBQ and garlic Parmesan cheese. The menu also includes shrimp, chicken sandwiches, and sides like fried waffles, toddlers, macaroni and cheese, and mozzarella sticks.

El Chingon offers three festive cocktails for the holiday season until December 31: You’re a Melon One, Mr. Grinch has Coconut Rum. Up to Snow Good features Rumple Minze Peppermint Schnapps, vodka, whipped cream, and a mini candy cane. Slay Ride offers Fireball Whiskey, Irish Cream and Whipped Cream. They are $ 11 each.

Jane southlake launched a Happy Hour Wine & Cheese Sunday through Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. with $ 3 off all 9-ounce glasses of wine and $ 3 off cheese boards.

Bedford Ice House has a new “Birria Melt”, made with grated braised sirloin, cheddar and mozzarella cheeses, toasted brioche and birria broth. This is a limited edition item available until December.

BoomerJack the neighborhood sports bar offers a new chicken and waffle dish, with smoked maple glazed chicken fillets served on a waffle, topped with a fried egg and maple syrup on the side; and a Jumbo Bretzel, a Bavarian pretzel served on a hook with homemade queso and spicy mustard.

Italian Grill from Carrabba offers a seasonal menu of specialties including Scampi prawns, a short Marsala rib with garlic mashed potatoes, Penne Martino with chicken, mushrooms and sundried tomatoes, and Chocolate Dream, a fudge brownie with chocolate mousse, whipped cream and chocolate sauce.

7 eleven has a new winter drink: Winter Wonderland Cocoa, hot chocolate mixed with a peppermint flavor. It’s available for a limited time, at the same price as their other hot drinks, and customizable with a range of toppings including marshmallows, cinnamon, caramel, a variety of creams, and chocolate sauce.

Bonefish Grill brought back his seasonal martini, the Winter White Cosmo, with Reyka Vodka, Cointreau, Elderberry liqueur St. Germain, white cranberry juice, lime juice and frozen cranberries.

Lakewood Brewery released new “Seduction” mixed six-packs for 2021, featuring two cans of each of the three favorite beers in their Seduction series: Double Stuffed, French Quarter and Sin Mint. This is the first time that Double Stuffed has been available outside of Lakewood Brewing Taproom; French Quarter and Sin Mint are both returning as fan favorites.

Miyoko’s dairy, a pioneer of vegan cheese, won a positive decision from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in a lawsuit over its use of terms such as butter and dairy on vegan products. Meat and dairy industry groups argued that this is confusing for consumers. The lawsuit sets a precedent for other brands fighting to defend their rights to free speech.

Shell hut was acquired by TriSpan’s dedicated dining platform, Rising Stars, designed to continue expanding into more markets in Texas and beyond. Shell Shack founder Dallas Hale, who will continue to serve as CEO, has announced plans to open five new locations each year. TriSpan partner Anthony Freijy said they are also in the “early stages” of developing a highly differentiated and experiential “entertainment-and-eat” concept.

The 2022 Bars & Restaurants Fair, formerly known as Nightclub & Bar & Show, returns to the Las Vegas Convention Center from March 21 to 23, 2022. Early bird tickets start at $ 99 and are available until January 31, 2022. Bar & Restaurant Expo is a gathering of bars and restaurant owners and operators. The event provides access to vendors launching new products, networking opportunities, workshops, Las Vegas location tours and nightlife events.

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