This week's hot headlines
Taylor Sheridan's Texas-sized honor tops this week's 5 most-read Fort Worth stories
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. Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan honored with Texas' highest arts award. The stars at night are always bright in Texas, but they were particularly brilliant in Austin on February 22 as some of the state's biggest superstars gathered to receive the 2023 Texas Medal of Arts. Among them: Weatherford's Taylor Sheridan, creator of TV's Yellowstone universe.
2. Iconic restaurant says goodbye and more Fort Worth restaurant news. This roundup of restaurant news around Fort Worth includes some openings, some expansions, and a big closure or two. There's also new dishes and menus to try. Here's what's happening in Fort Worth restaurant news.
3. Bennigan's Monte Cristo sandwich now served at 2 Dallas-Fort Worth ghost kitchens. A once-popular chain is getting a revival, beginning first with baby steps. Bennigan's, the Irish-pub-styled neighborhood tavern, has opened two ghost kitchen operations in DFW called Bennigan's On The Fly, that are serving a concise menu of Bennigan's classics including the famed Monte Cristo sandwich.
4. Grapevine food hall puts lobster rolls, hot chicken, & pizza on the menu. A buzzy food hall in Grapevine has exciting new vendors serving chicken, Italian food, and seafood: Harvest Hall, the European-style food hall in historic Grapevine, has added three dining options that will open in March.
5. Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival 2023 sculpts jam-packed weekend of art, food & entertainment. Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival - always a highlight of the spring calendar - is coming back for its remarkable 36th year. "Main St.," as fans know and love it, will take place April 20-23, 2023 in downtown Fort Worth. (Look how cool and easy-to-remember that date is.)