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West 7th Mexican restaurant's closure tops this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

West 7th restaurant's closure tops week's hottest Fort Worth headlines

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Hasta luego, Fort Worth. Photo courtesy of El Bolero
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Tacos and queso is what it's all about.  Courtesy of Torchy's Tacos
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Cozy up by the fireplace at WineHaus. Facebook/WineHaus
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Most of the warrants are for things like parking tickets. KOMU.com
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Deviled eggs — so Southern, so comforting. Provender Hall
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Torchy's Tacos table shot overview
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Provender Hall/Marcus Paslay

Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.

1. Upscale Mexican restaurant from Dallas bails on Fort Worth's West 7th. In words that have been uttered before, there's been a restaurant closure on Crockett Row in Fort Worth's West 7th District: El Bolero, the Mexican concept from ARG Concepts, has closed its location there after a year.

2. Torchy's Tacos handpicks buzzy Euless for its latest new DFW location. Euless is in line for some award-winning queso this spring with the opening of its own location of Torchy's Tacos, the beloved Austin-based chain known for its "damn good" tacos, excellent tortillas, and signature green chile queso.

3. Where to drink in Fort Worth right now: 5 best bars for hopeless romantics. Elbowing your way to the bar for a cocktail? An evening out with your special someone deserves more. These intimate bars are delightfully relaxed, with cozy nooks, proper service, and drinks well-suited for a romantic occasion — even, a proposal.

4. Fort Worth court throws a warrant forgiveness party for February. If you've been skulking around Fort Worth with a warrant hanging over your head, you're getting a second chance: The Fort Worth Municipal Court has declared February "Warrant Forgiveness Month."

5. Fort Worth top chef Marcus Paslay cooks up new Stockyards restaurant. One of Fort Worth's top chefs has cooked up something new: Marcus Paslay, founder of award-winning restaurants Clay Pigeon and Piattello Italian Kitchen, will open a restaurant in the Stockyards' Mule Alley development, at 122 E. Exchange Ave.