This week in gluttony
These are the 5 best food and drink events in Fort Worth this week
A weekend of pop-up events is in store for Fort Worth, from breakfast for dinner at a local brewery to a barbecue pop-up in a new hotel. Also on the list, a cooking class all about Asian spices and a wine-fueled evening run through a vineyard.
Friday, September 10
Cousins Maine Lobster at Southside Cellar
The popular food truck will make a rare Near Southside appearance at Southside Cellar for Friday night dining. Line up for Maine lobster rolls on buttered bread, lobster tots, lobster tacos, and even lobster quesadillas. The truck will be onsite from 5-8 pm.
Saturday, September 11
Brunch Pop-Up at Hotel Revel
Hosted by Rack Attack Barbecue, this brunch pop-up will include breakfast tacos, mimosas, and Bloody Marys. Lots of parties are involved here, as the event will take place in Sugarman’s, a bar and lounge set to open soon in the new Hotel Revel at 1212 Hurley Ave. Visit from 10 am-2 pm.
Pot & Kettle Pop-Up at Neutral Ground Brewing Co.
It’s breakfast for dinner at the Race Street brewery, who will host local caterers Pot & Kettle to share their loaded breakfast sandwiches with homestyle potatoes, cinnamon roll blondies, and more. The event starts at 4 pm, and you may want to arrive early. The last time these folks visited the brewery, their goodies sold out in 45 minutes.
Spice it Up! at The Table
Explore the various spices of Asia with chefs Hao Tran and Dixya Bhattarai at this in-person cooking class set to take place at the Near Southside market and culinary studio. The $50 class price includes a tasting menu. Class will run from 4:30-6:30 pm.
Wicked Wine Run at Lost Oak Winery
Race through the vineyards of Burleson’s Lost Oak Winery. The 5K run begins at 5:30 pm and finishes with celebratory wine waiting at the finish line. A 1K walk starts at 7 pm and includes four wine tastings along the route. All participants receive a race T-shirt and access to an after-party with live music and food trucks. Race fee is $50 per race, or $75 for both.