This roundup of Fort Worth dining news runs the gamut from tacos to pizza to healthy bowls and smoothies. There’s an opening and a closure, and a little of everything in between.
Here’s what’s happening in Fort Worth restaurant news:
Mamaka Bowls, a California style smoothie bar, has opened a location at Fort Worth shopping and dining destination WestBend. Launched by mother-daughter Carrie and KK Hudson, who started making bowls at home. Thy opened the first Mamaka Bowls in Fayetteville, Arkansas, then Waco, and now Fort Worth. The menu includes smoothies, bowls, and granola made in house, with more than 15 flavor blends, all dairy-free and no sugar added, such as The Peach, with OJ, peaches, mango, banana, and coconut, topped with granola, strawberries, coconut shreds, and banana.
Located at 1653 River Run, #151, the shop has a surf theme with open air garage doors and hanging swings.
Tulips, the music venue that opened in 2020, is closing its deli operation to regroup. They initially opened the deli in December 2020 as an interim thing to tide them over during COVID-19, but the deli was never intended as a permanent thing.
“We found the fastest way into making food, which was putting a deli where a venue bar was supposed to be, and this was never supposed to last longer than COVID restrictions,” says owner Jason Suder. “But Bria Downey does not mess around when it comes to a menu, and we were happily surprised with the response. Now is the…