This week's hot headlines
Best bars for singles mingle into this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth 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. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that listhere.
1. Where to drink in Fort Worth right now: 6 best bars for singles ready to mingle. If you’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places, this list might help. These six Fort Worth-area bars are known in some circles for their matchmaking scene. Some offer swanky lounges where patrons dress to impress, and others are more casual, where even four-legged friends are invited. All make for a great night out – bonus if a new friendship blooms in the process.
2. Hop on over to this fun new boozy snack bar in Fort Worth's Sundance Square. There's a fun new spot to grab a bite and a drink, now open in Fort Worth's Sundance Square: Called Hopscotch, it's a new concept from Mockingbird Food Co., and it opened on June 9 in the former Jamba Juice location at 101 W. 3rd St.
3. Where to eat in Fort Worth right now: 6 new restaurants to try in June. It's time for the June edition of our monthly column Where to Eat, featuring our favorite dining recommendations for the month, and there is plenty of fodder. Fort Worth's restaurant scene keeps on kicking, with promising new places debuting every week. Here are our suggestions for six new places to try in June.
4. Leave cellphones at home for comedian Dave Chappelle's live show coming to Fort Worth. Comedian/actor Dave Chappelle will soon bring his "Dave Chappelle Live" stand-up comedy show to arenas in five cities in Texas, including Fort Worth's Dickies Arena, on June 30. No cellphones, cameras, or recording devices will be allowed.
5. Texans are gliding over lakes and beaches in this summer's coolest watersport – eFoiling. The trendiest watersport of summer 2023 is taking people to new heights – about two feet above water, to be exact. EFoiling (also referred to as electric or motorized surfing) lets riders glide or “fly” above the water using a battery-operated surfboard. While the watersport is still fairly new, eFoil operators recently have popped up on lakes across North Texas and on beaches all along the Gulf Coast, from Texas to Florida.