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Restaurant news sizzles in this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

Restaurant news sizzles in this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

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Pretty enchilada at Mexican Inn Cafe.  Mexican Inn
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Find the Funky Munky Airstream at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Facebook/Funky Munky
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Garth Brooks at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on July 30. Copyright 8 Ten, Inc.
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Garth Brooks at press conference in Arlington on July 29.  Photo by Malcolm Mayhew
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Fort Worth has suffered 20 grass fires in the northwest part of town.  Courtesy photo
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1. Don't read this roundup of Fort Worth restaurant news on an empty stomach. Maybe grab a snack because this roundup of restaurant news around Fort Worth is brimming with tasty tidbits: exciting new openings, beloved reopenings, promising new menus, enticing new cocktails, and alluring new limited-edition items. Here's the latest Fort Worth restaurant news.

2. 6 top snow cone stands for an icy sweet treat around Fort Worth. An oasis of relief on a sizzling day can be found by way of the classic snow cone stand. With soft and fluffy shaved ice and so many refreshing flavor options, snow cones provide for a nostalgic taste of a hot summer night. Here are six must-visit Fort Worth snow cone stands.

3. Concert review: Garth Brooks thanks DFW at AT&T Stadium show in Arlington. Seven years after his last area appearance, country singer Garth Brooks returned to North Texas on July 30, performing an electrifying two-hour concert that was as much a raucous, career-spanning show as it was a thank-you letter to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

4. Top 5 revelations from Garth Brooks' Arlington show press conference. One day before his sold-out show on July 30 at AT&T Stadium, country megastar Garth Brooks was doing what Garth Brooks always does the day before a show: meeting up with the media. These are the top five things the country superstar shared.

5. Authorities charge man with arson for grass fires in northwest Fort Worth. A man was arrested on Thursday, July 28 for setting multiple fires in Fort Worth. Julio Frausto, 32, was charged with one count of second-degree felony Arson, one count of second-degree felony Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information, and one count of misdemeanor Evading Arrest or Detention.