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New upscale Mexican restaurant tops this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

New upscale Mexican restaurant tops 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

Tinie's
Authentic Mexican food plus great cocktails, worth the wait. Photo courtesy of Tinie's
Michael Buble Houston Toyota Center 2019
Michael Buble will not play at Dickies Arena as planned. Photo by Jamaal Ellis
Woodshed Smokehouse Tim Love cheeseburger
Make that a double cheeseburger. Photo by Brittany Baerwald
Cotidie Houston Kristina Haag models
Cotidié's fabrics are lightweight and moisture wicking. Photo by Lauren Marek
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Concerts in the Garden: A Laser Light Spectacular
"Star Wars & Beyond" is back. Photo by Julien Lambert
Tinie's
Michael Buble Houston Toyota Center 2019
Woodshed Smokehouse Tim Love cheeseburger
Cotidie Houston Kristina Haag models
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Concerts in the Garden: A Laser Light Spectacular

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. Fort Worth's most anticipated Mexican restaurant debuts on South Main. It was a long time coming and now it's here: Tinie's, a restaurant doing chef-driven traditional Mexican cuisine, opened March 10 in Fort Worth's SoMa District. The restaurant is from names that are familiar in the local restaurant scene.

2. Coronavirus concerns affect Dallas-Fort Worth in a flurry of canceled events. Coronavirus concerns started to take their toll on events all over Dallas-Fort Worth, even before local health leaders declared a state of emergency in Dallas on March 12. Here is a running list of events that have either been canceled or postponed. We will update the list as more information becomes available.

3. Fort Worth celebrity chef gets 3 restaurants ready to fire in Houston. Houston has been waiting eagerly for Fort Worth chef Tim Love to make his debut there, and finally, they get to eat. Love took three of his popular Fort Worth-area restaurants to Levy Park in Houston's Upper Kirby area, and they opened March 12. 

4. Texas designer crafts chic clothing line for hot, muggy weather. Texas entrepreneur Kristina Haag found herself struggling with something that many women in Fort Worth can relate to — finding stylish clothing that is comfortable in hot, humid, sticky summer weather. So she created it herself.

5. Fort Worth's favorite summer festival blooms with musical tributes and symphonic sparklers. Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's Concerts in the Garden festival is back to provide the soundtrack of summer for its 30th year. The 2020 season is packed with tribute artists, favorite returning shows, and a few symphonic sparklers.