This week's hot headlines
Fort Worth billionaire reclaims her crown in 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 listhere.
1. Fort Worth's Alice Walton reclaims crown as America's richest woman, Forbes says. Walmart heiress Alice Walton has reclaimed the title as wealthiest woman in America, according to the newForbes 400, a list of the 400 richest people in the United States for 2023. Walton is also the third-richest person in Texas, and No. 14 in the U.S.
2. Longtime Fort Worth Tex-Mex chain Pulido's will close all 3 locations. A longtime Tex-Mex name in Fort Worth is closing down all locations: Pulido's, a small Tex-Mex restaurant chain that's been around for 57 years, is closing all three remaining locations on October 14.
3. Game-changing new coffee shop to break new ground in north Fort Worth. There’s a new coffee shop coming to Keller/far north Fort Worth, and the owner hopes you’ll stick around long enough to finish a second cup. Called Good Company Coffee, it’s the brainchild of Robin Dunivan, a local businesswoman, and her husband, Grant.
4. A Bennigan's-inspired list of Monte Cristo sandwiches in Dallas-Fort Worth. In the world of sandwiches, the name Bennigan's brings to mind one thing: their world-famous Monte Cristo. Here’s a comprehensive list of other places to get a Monte Cristo in DFW.
5. Where to drink in Fort Worth right now: 7 best buzzy new wine bars. The Fort Worth wine scene has seen some turnover in recent months, with a couple of closures earlier this year. But several new wine bars have popped up to pop bottles lately. Here are seven new-ish wine bars to visit this fall.