This Week's Hot Headlines
5 fresh new Fort Worth restaurants fill up this week's hottest headlines
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. Where to eat in Fort Worth right now: 5 fresh new restaurants for September. Dining out is still an iffy prospect these days, with Fort Worth COVID cases continuing to fluctuate. Still, times are good for new restaurants and diners who like to try ‘em out. This month’s Where to Eat is dedicated to five new spots that have opened recently. Mask up and tip well.
2. Colossal new country music and BBQ bonanza fires up in Dallas-Fort Worth this fall. Get ready to meat-sweat. The biggest names in Texas barbecue and Texas country music will take over the North Texas town of Celina for the inaugural Troubadour Festival on Saturday, November 6.
3. Breakfast Brothers bring soul food and breakfast all day to Arlington. There's a soulful new restaurant that just opened in Arlington: Called Breakfast Brothers, it's a Black-owned spot located at 130 Bardin Rd., where it's serving breakfast all day as well as po'boys, lobster, and wings.
4. These are the 10 best things to do in Fort Worth this Labor Day weekend. This weekend around Fort Worth will feature two new local theater productions, events from two major local orchestras, a music festival featuring acts from an independent record label, a concert from a '90s country throwback, one final gasp of summer, and more.
5. Texas’ largest crystal lagoon makes a splash with new floating cabanas. Already causing quite the tropical storm since its opening, Lagoonfest Texas is stirring up a frenzy on social media with a cool new water experience. The wildly popular beachy attraction, located in Texas City near Galveston on the Texas coast, has just introduced floating cabanas — dubbed “aquabanas” — designed to marry the thrill of water with the chill of sipping cocktails in a cabana.