The third annual Taste of Granbury event is back, but this time with a new venue. The popular tasting event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 20, from 5-8 p.m. at La Bella Luna, 7700 Glen Rose Highway.
Brett Berry has taken over Warren's Backyard from his parents, Steve and Joni Berry, who ran it as a venue for weddings and other special events. Under Brett and his buddy Jeremy Newberry, the venue on Weatherford Highway is a casual gathering place for friends and family, offering smash burgers, outdoor seating under shade trees, an indoor bar and at times live bands.
Angelika and Nathan Wright, who opened Ketzler's Schnitzel Haus and Biergarten nine years ago, are baiting appetites with their new seafood restaurant, The Fisherman's Corner.
July 4th will be here before you know it, and slots are filling fast for the chamber's three-day "With Liberty & Justice for All" celebration. There are still some spaces left for arts and crafts vendors and the Hometown Parade, but they're going fast.
At 2 p.m. on a recent weekday, the dining room inside Chick-fil-A was largely empty after the lunch rush, but the drive-through window was busy as ever as employees scrambled to fill orders for a line of vehicles that snaked around the building.
A previous Granbury City Council bestowed historic landmark status to the Brazos Drive-In hoping to save it. The current City Council removed that label for the same reason.
Beer, barbecue, and friendship led to Brad Yarborough and David Pae going into business together. Their Shenanigans BBQ food truck is named in honor of Yarborough's wife, Shannon, to whom him affixed that nickname shortly after they met.
BAKED Bread & Pastry Co. employee Grace Barksdale has found a sweet way for the people of Hood County to show support to war-torn Ukraine.
“Use the whole animal — as much as possible, if possible.” “Don’t lose the point of cooking wild game by masking the flavor.” “Use proper cooking methods for the cut.” “Cook respectfully.”
Venison tenderloins and backstraps are the easiest cuts to take from field-dressed deer and are tender and tasty. So much so that they are often cooked in hunt camp the same day the animal is taken. Many hunters then process the rest of the carcass into chili and jerky. There’s nothing not t…
Jazz lovers will have to wait an extra week for the first Granbury JazzFest, but the weather will be worth it.
Bob's Off The Square Bar & Grille was a hit practically from the time seven friends and business partners opened its doors in late 2018. The popular gathering place is now under new ownership, but the Bob's name and the tradition of friendship continues.
The Granbury JazzFest, to take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26 - will be spread across three stages: Granbury Square Plaza, Langdon Center, and Hewlett Park.
Bruce Baird, retired founder of Granbury Dental Center, and local architect Brian Gaffin have teamed up on a project that is sure to be a favorite among golf fans.
There are three ways to think about cooking wild game. One is to enhance the flavor of the meat with various complementary sauces. Duck a l’orange is a perfect example of taking a game bird and elevating it to haute cuisine.
Mexico native Josefina Bravenec has finally achieved her years-long dream of opening her own storefront tamale business, and sales are brisk.
No matter what the treat, pet owners should watch out for the dangers lurking in holiday décor, foods and pet presents because some pets are dead set on emergency room visits — turning that treat into a costly vet treatment.
When the Christmas parade was canceled last year due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, many felt like the Grinch had stolen Christmas. This year will be different.
McAlister's Deli, known for its sandwiches, soups, salads and sweet tea, is set to open in Granbury in early December.
Restaurant Anise offers unique, visually appealing dishes that are off the beaten path and don't require a drive to Fort Worth.
Couple's love of tacos and each other lead to Mi Amor Tacos late-night food truck.
Saturday night he rocked the backyard stage at Brock’s Food & Drink in Acton as children chased chickens and their parents swigged ice cold beer arriving to tables by the buckets. They came to see the Texas legend and the Sons of the Bunkhouse Band to help James and Jan Brock mark the one year anniversary of their honky-tonk and smokehouse.
Street tacos, Mexican street corn (elote) cups and hand-ground brisket burgers are all popular staples at Firefly Grilling Co., a new pop-up food venue that’s been making the rounds recently at Silver Saddle Saloon and Revolver Brewing in Granbury, Texas.
The Best of Hood County season is underway! Businesses across the county are asking for your vote — Competing to earn the coveted "Best of Hood County" banner as one of your favorites. Vote, share, talk among yourselves, and show some love for our great local businesses!
James Brock wanted to buy Brock's Food and Drink for his son to take over. Instead he has built a bar and smokehouse that is true to its name — Brock’s omnipresence and culinary reputation: “We slow cook everything. I mean, every day, all day and all night long. We’ll do in this little restaurant over 100 tons of meat on that smoker this year.”
Lauri and Bill Rousseau of Tolar took a risk opening a restaurant during a pandemic - but it has paid off.