Bits and Bites: What’s Cookin’ in the Fort Worth Food Scene

There are now one, two, three new fajita / margarita delivery services in the Fort Worth area. Not long after that Lanny Lancarte started his Eat fajitas Delivery service and not long after we reported on it in July, local celebrity chef Tim Love presented its own version, called Burritos, fajitas and ‘ritas. Similar to Lancarte, Love’s thugs bring Tex-Mex classics to your door, provided your door is within eight kilometers of his company kitchen at 917 N. Main St. His menu includes fajitas with beef, chicken or vegetables, burritos and margaritas in flavors like jalapeño cucumber. Collection is also possible. Information at Finally, a third Rita delivery service was launched this summer. The appropriately named Ritas & cheese is there for you when you crave watermelon margaritas, fries and queso.

Toro Toro, The swanky Latin American steakhouse at the Downtown Worthington Hotel recently launched a happy hour that includes both foam and snacks. Get the amazing chicken skewers on a bed of heavenly mashed sweet potatoes for just $ 8 and ahi tuna ceviche for $ 10. There are $ 5 cocktails and $ 4 beer. Daily from 3 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. 200 Main St.,

A popular vegan restaurant in Granbury now has a spin-off in Fort Worth. Belenty’s Love Vegan Mexicans Opened in August at Bluebonnet Circle, last occupied by Rusty Taco. The owner Belen Hernandez is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves nachos, tacos, enchiladas, empanadas and burritos, all made with vegan ingredients. Belenty’s is also open for breakfast.

3516 Bluebonnet Circle,

September 1, 2020

12:00 PM

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