This week's hot headlines
French pastries' debut tops 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 long Labor Day weekend? Find that listhere.
1. Bodega in Fort Worth is the first in DFW to get these French pastries. There's a new croissant coming to town, and it will make its first appearance in Fort Worth. A startup called Patissery does classic croissants, pain au chocolat, and the viral "supreme" croissant rolls, all debuting at Bodega South Main on Saturday, September 2.
2. 4 North Texas cities unlock top-10 spots on new list of best U.S. housing markets. When it comes to places to buy a house, you can't do any better than North Texas. So says WalletHub's highly anticipated 2023 report on the best real estate markets in the U.S. Four cities around Dallas-Fort Worth made it into the top 10, with one suburb capturing the No. 1 ranking.
3. These are the 7 best food and drink events in Fort Worth this week. Live music paired with themed cocktails is on the menu this week, as Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. This week also kicks off college football season, and there’s a tailgating party and grilling class just for the occasion.
4. Japanese restaurant in north Fort Worth serves sushi with a colorful edge. A new Japanese restaurant has opened just west of old town Keller, with sushi, Japanese food, and robot servers: Called Takara Wok, it's located at 5301 Golden Triangle Blvd., and is a spinoff of Takara Japanese Restaurant, which opened at 3088 Basswood Blvd. west of Watauga in far north Fort Worth.
5. Top Fort Worth pitmasters to join lineup at 2023 Texas Monthly BBQ Fest. For Texas barbecue fans, chasing down the best can be daunting. A good way to sample the BBQ scene is the second annual Texas Monthly BBQ Fest, the meatopia hosted by Texas Monthly magazine, slated to blaze into Lockhart, Texas, on November 4-5.