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Most folks know Chris Harrison as the longtime host of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette reality TV series, and from his time as host on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? But the Dallas native and fixture of prime time TV now has a new gig: brewery owner.
Some people go vegan for their health, others for ethics, and then there’s the most common reason around the world: religion. Regardless of why, there’s been a dramatic increase in the number of people eating, or at least sampling, a plant based diet. The increase is now affecting what’s available in the marketplace.
The chocolatier is opening her third DFW outpost. The upscale chocolatier, Kate Weiser Chocolate, will open a third outpost at the Shops at Clearfork this September.
FORT WORTH – Dallas-based Kate Weiser Chocolate, known for colorful, painstakingly crafted confections that take five days to make, is due to open a Fort Worth location by the end of August in the Shops at Clearfork. Get ready for Instagram overload.
North Texas’ beer scene has been feverishly bubbling this year. In addition to Union Bear Brewing Co. in Plano, Armadillo Ale Works in Denton, and Flix Brewhouse in Little Elm, which we’ve previously covered, more than a half-dozen new breweries have opened in 2018 — and more are on the way.
More stores and restaurants are on their way to The Shops at Clearfork. Here’s a quick look at eight more joining the lineup.
Two favorite little luxuries are coming to The Shops at Clearfork from Dallas — one to savor and one to show off. Kate Weiser Chocolate will open for decadent sweets in late summer, and Bachendorf’s will bring custom jewelry to dazzle Fort Worth in the fall.
Where there’s a Neiman Marcus, there could be a Kate Weiser Chocolate. “We like to follow Neimans,” says Kate Weiser, the Dallas chocolatier who has a sweets shop inside NorthPark Center in Dallas, near Neiman Marcus.
The next best thing to a pilgrimage to the hills of Galicia in Spain is a meal at this new Trinity Groves restaurant. Taking over the spot left behind by Casa Rubia at Trinity Groves, Tapas Castile serves as an enticing gateway to Spain, bridging the contemporary and classic.
This isn’t simply a story about best patios in Dallas. This is a story about primo patios for eating and drinking. What good is a patio if you don’t want to sit, sip, snack and stay awhile? Rest assured that reporters Tiney Ricciardi and Sarah Blaskovich spent many hours in the sun testing out these hotspots. Bookmark this page and refer back to it next time you’re jonesing for a certified spectacular patio happy hour spot.