Clever new West 7th bar tops this week’s hottest Fort Worth headlines

Editor’s note: A lot has happened this week so here is your chance to be caught up with. Read on for the week’s most popular headlines.

1. Deep Ellum operators open a cleverly named bar in West 7th Fort Worth. There is a new bar-restaurant coming from two operators from Dallas to the West 7th District of Fort Worth: called Pour Decisions, it will be in a cute room at 2800 Bledsoe St. # 200, which was previously the Fort Worth Pizzeria was located serving familiar American cuisine and cocktails in a fun, yet comfortable, setting.

2. The Fort Worth boutique hotel is checking in among Forbes’ most anticipated openings in 2021. Fort Worth’s Hotel Dryce hasn’t even opened its doors yet, but it’s already generating serious buzz. In a January 23 Forbes article, travel journalist Roger Sands lists Hotel Dryce as one of “the world’s most exciting hotel openings” in 2021.

3. Works by 30 world-famous black artists come to Arlington in a groundbreaking exhibition. The Arlington Museum of Art will host the landmark traveling exhibition “30 Americans” this summer. The list of artists on display is described as “showcasing the work of 30 emerging and established African American artists over the past three decades” and includes marquee names, including Kehinde Wiley, who painted the official portraits of the Obamas.

4. Texas-based Luby’s Cafeteria announces the schedule for all remaining locations to close. The days of the LuAnn records are drawing to a close. Luby’s expects most restaurant operations to close by the end of the fiscal year in August, the company reported in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

5. DFW’s newest food hall opens in Grapevine with an outstanding gourmet cast. Dallas-Fort Worth has a new food hall that is becoming one of the best entries in the area: Harvest Hall is a sprawling European-style food hall and venue with a collection of local culinary concepts opening in Grapevine in February will be 6.

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