Javier's Gourmet Mexicano is celebrating 45 years of serving authentic Mexico City cuisine in Dallas.
The Popeyes chicken deal, which runs June 12-June 19, matches the original price customers paid in 1972.
Chris Sandberg 'can’t let go' of the Grilled Stuft Nacho
Dunkin’s new spring and summer menu is here, and it’s adding sweet and savory to the mix.
The new ordinance lowers fees for start-up food trucks and reduces code compliance checkups.
Customers who join Burger King’s new rewards program have a chance to get free fries every week for the rest of the year.
Under the city's current ordinance, operating a food trailer costs a lot more than a food truck, despite the similar business model. To operate a food truck in Dallas, you just need an annual permit. But if you have a less expensive food trailer, the city requires a permit for each event the trailer does business at. Small business owners say that is making the cost of business too high.
At least 100 plaintiffs are included in a pending class-action lawsuit.
A Black man claimed a Red Robin restaurant employee put semen in his salad in retaliation for alleging racism at the restaurant.
Dairy Queen is giving fans a special treat ahead of the spring time with their annual Free Cone Day. The company is bringing back the popular event after it was canceled last year due to COVID-19 concerns.
Restaurants, fast food chains that are offering St. Patrick's Day breakfast, brunch, dinner and dessert menu items
Alexandre’s in Oak Lawn has created a blue and yellow drink special to show support for Ukraine and condemn Russia President Vladimir Putin’s actions.
Many national quick-service restaurants, and even Starbucks, are facing a shortage of plastic cups.
A Phoenix restaurant owner is criticizing what he calls a "dirty move," after another restaurant managed to poach almost all staff members, prompting the restaurant to close its doors since Thanksgiving.
While many North Texas restaurants shut down Thursday because of the storm, some stayed open. But it wasn't exactly business as usual. The advice is to stay off the roads. But some workers headed to their jobs so other people had a hot meal to eat.
The Texas Restaurant Association says more than 90% of their members are experiencing higher food costs and supply chain issues, and nearly 80% don’t have the staff needed to meet customer demand. It is making a plea to Congress to replenish the restaurant revitalization fund so restaurants can stay in business.
Restaurants are still feeling the pain from staffing and product shortages during this ongoing COVID-19 surge. One Fort Worth restaurant owner says he had to close down right before New Year’s Eve because he didn't have staff. He’s still struggling to find ingredients for certain menu items and supplies.
McDonald’s is expanding its McPlant test to about 600 locations in two U.S. metro areas, including hundreds of locations here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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Many grocery stores, drug stores, gas stations and restaurants will have limited hours on New Year’s Day, and some businesses will even be closed.