This week's hot headlines
New tequila with Fort Worth roots tops this week's 5 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. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.
1. New tequila with Fort Worth roots is here in time for ranch water season. What do a restaurateur, real estate developer, and nightclub owner all have in common? In Fort Worth, it’s the launch of a new tequila brand. Called La Pulga, the 100-percent agave tequila comes from Sarah Castillo, owner of Taco Heads, Tinies Mexican Cuisine, and Sidesaddle Saloon, and two of her industry pals, former bar owner Andrew De La Torre and real estate developer Stephen Slaughter.
2. Beloved Tex-Mex restaurant Mercado Juarez has surprising new Fort Worth owner. A longtime Tex-Mex favorite in Fort Worth has a surprising new boss: Mercado Juarez Cafe, which has been doing classic Tex-Mex for nearly 30 years, was sold by owner Dave Cox to Fort Worth restaurateur Marcus Paslay and his team.
3. Get Mother's Day 2023 brunch at these restaurants in Fort Worth. One of the best (and surely easiest) ways to spoil mom on Mother’s Day is brunch. That's why it's so popular! A celebratory meal and you've shown what a good daughter or son you really are. Here's where to get Mother's Day brunch in Fort Worth.
4. Hip Pocket's theater under the Fort Worth stars aims even higher for 2022-23 season. Since Hip Pocket Theatre's al fresco format depends heavily on the weather, they're opening their 47th season a little earlier this year. The six-show season begins May 19 and runs most weekends through October 29 at the outdoor amphitheater located at 1950 Silver Creek Dr. in Fort Worth.
5. Fort Worth food fans toast to culinary stars at 2023 CultureMap Tastemaker Awards. The best of the best among Fort Worth's restaurants and bars were celebrated at the 2023 CultureMap Fort Worth Tastemaker Awards on Thursday, April 27. Hundreds of hungry foodies and cocktail connoisseurs gathered at the 4 Eleven Venue in the South Main district to raise a glass to the city's top restaurants, bars, and culinary masters of the year. But first, they got to eat and drink.