Frankie’s, Café Brazil Moving West

Dallas establishments to open in FW

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Frank Heinz

    Commentary
    by Bruce Felps

    In a sweeping generality, Fort Worth generally does not like Dallas. The question is about to become: Will Fort Worth like Dallas eating and drinking establishments?

    We’ll know soon enough.

    Frankie’s Sports Bar should be open at Sundance Square sometime next month. The 8,000-square-foot joint fills in a first-floor section of The Carnegie and features a 15-foot wall plastered with 30 high-def TVs.

    Having been to the Uptown location a few times, even though it is on the other side of Central Expressway, I can recommend the place as a sports-watching, beer-drinking mecca.

    Good timing, too, since it opens just before Super Bowl XLV. It’ll make a fine place to watch the game because us — we? — local commoners will not get into Cowboys Coliseum that day.

    Café Brazil, a semi-mainstay for brunch in Dallas, takes over the old Los Vaqueros space across from TCU — because college kids need hangover food, too — and should be open during March.

    Word: Migas, hold the tomatoes, with the cheesy-hash brown casserole in lieu of the Rosemary potatoes. Them’s good eatin’.

    Be nice to them, Fort Worth.


    Bruce Felps owns and operates East Dallas Times, an online community news outlet serving the White Rock Lake area. He wants you to know that the preceding message was not paid for by Frankie’s or Café Brazil. Hell, it was barely paid for by NBC.