Avoid getting hangry at the airport. | Photo courtesy of DFW International Airport
Navigating the airport — especially during the holiday season — is stressful enough, but trying to navigate the food scene + find coffee while not straying too far from your gate can be downright overwhelming.
We’ve put together a list of airport eats and their locations to help make your next trip easier.
New to the airport
Whataburger | Terminals D + E | 8 a.m.-4 p.m. | Grab a honey butter chicken biscuit or satisfy your burger craving with a patty melt.
Farmer’s Fridge | Terminals A, D, and E | All day | Look for fresh options like pre-made salads and vending machines across the airport.
Brewed | Terminal D | 8 a.m.-3 p.m. | Classic American fare, from burgers to salads, plus an all-day breakfast menu and an extensive coffee bar.
Whisk and Bowl | Terminal C | 7 a.m.-9 p.m. | The artisan pastry shop is baking pies, pastries, breakfast sandwiches + coffee.
Bar Louie | Terminal D | 8 a.m.-7 p.m. | Grab flatbreads, bar bites, and breakfast sandwiches at this gastropub.
Pappasito’s Cantina | Terminals A + C | 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. | Fuel up before your flight with Tex-Mex classics like huevos rancheros or egg-chiladas.
Cru Food & Wine Bar | Terminal D | 6:30 a.m.-11 p.m. | Wines by the glass, stone-fired pizzas, and dessert in a chic space.
Maggiano’s Little Italy | Terminal C | 5 a.m.-10:30 p.m. | Italian cuisine like fresh bread, pasta, lasagna, and salads.
Click below for more food and bev. options that DFW Airport has to offer.
Oktoberfest | Fri., Sept. 23 + Sat., Sept. 24 | Times vary | Trinity Park | $15+ | Celebrate German culture with beer, Bavarian food, shopping + entertainment.
Camp Bowie Fashion Row | Fri., Sept. 23 | 12-7 p.m. | Multiple locations | Free | Take yourself on a fashion journey with 11 local stores on the bricks.
Tiff’s Treats Grand Opening | Sat., Sept. 24 | 10 a.m.-12 p.m. | Tiff’s Treats, 12550 S. Fwy., Burleson | $5 | The first 100 people in line will receive a $25 gift card to Tiff’s Treats + enjoy $5 dozens benefitting the Center for ASD.
Experience Glass Blowing | Sat., Sept. 24 | Times vary | SiNaCa Studios, 1013 W. Magnolia Ave. | $125 | Learn all about the materials + methods of glass blowing during a hands-on class with instructors.
Mener Grand Train Co. SS ’23 “THE DEBUT” | Sat., Sept. 24 | 5-9 p.m. | William Campbell Gallery, 4935 Byers Ave. | $50 | See the couture collection by local bespoke tailor and designer Phillip Maximilian.
Vintage Fashion Show | Sun., Sept. 25 | 12-3 p.m. | Fort Brewery, 2737 Tillar St. | Free | Step into the past with a runway show from Studio 74 Vintage, featuring looks from the 1950s-1990s.
Cowboys vs. Giants | Mon., Sept. 26 | 7:15 p.m. | Texas Live!, 1650 E. Randol Mill Rd., Arlington| Free | Join other Cowboys fans as the Dallas Cowboys take on the Giants in New York.
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Funky Picnic Brewery and Cafe is opening a new 21+ bar called The Back Roomtonight. The speakeasy-style bar will be an extension of the current Near Southside brewery at 401 Bryan Ave. It will be open Friday-Sundays from 3-11 p.m. + will serve appetizers and pizzas. 🍻
If you’ve driven by LaGrave Field lately you may have noticed “For Sale” signs around the ballpark. Don’t fret Cats fans — the 11 acres of land surrounding the Panther Island stadiumare up for sale. 🪧
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A new build-to-rent community with homes starting at $1,000 per month is opening in south Fort Worth. Cottages at Summer Creek, by ONM Living, is at 5401 Barlean Ranch near I-20 and Chisholm Trail Parkway. The 96-cottage community features a pool, trails + dog park. Pre-lease now. 🏘️
Panther City Lacrosse has released its 2022-2023 schedule. The team is scheduled to play 18 regular season games, with nine games at Dickies Arena, kicking off the season on Fri., Dec. 9. The team kicked off its inaugural season last year + is the first professional indoor lacrosse team in Texas. 🥍
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for Wed., Oct. 5 for a new junior college in north Fort Worth. The North Central Texas College Alliance Training Center is a 25,000-sqft building located at 3440 Hwy. 114 — near Buc-ee’s. The facility focuses on training in industrial mechatronics + medical office technology. 📚 (Community Impact)
Austin-based Katie Kime is opening a holiday pop-up shop at The Shops at Clearfork next Fri.,Sept. 30. The 2,500-sqft space will be adorned with limited edition prints, bathrobes, and other gift-ready items. During the opening week, shoppers will receive complimentary embroidery. 🛍️
Halloween season has officially kicked off at Howell Family Farms with Pumpkin Nights. Guests can venture along a half-mile walking path aligned with 5,000 hand-carved pumpkins + end the night with entertainment and games. Stop by 4016 W. Division St. in Arlington through Fri., Oct. 30. 🎃
Sundown on Sunday marks the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. People who observe this holiday typically enjoy apples and honey in hopes of having a sweet new year. It runs until the evening of Tues., Sept. 27. Shana Tova! (That’s Hebrew for “Have a good year!“)
Mobile cannabis dispensary Goodblend is rolling into Fort Worth on Sat., Oct. 8. The “Ride For Your Rights” CannaBus Tour is a medical dispensary with private consultation rooms, and products on display + provides an opportunity to learn about the state’s medical program. 🌱 (WFAA)
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Once complete, the park will feature amenities for several sports. | Photo courtesy of the City of Fort Worth
A grand opening will be held this morning for the new $7.3 million park in the Alliance neighborhood. Alliance Park is currently in the first of two phases of the Alliance Park Master Plan. It spans 154 acres and features a park, playground + walking trails.
The master plan was approved back in 2017 and funding for the project was acquired from the 2014 + 2018 bond programs, Texas Parks and Wildlife grants, park dedication fees, and land donated by developer Hillwood.
When Phase II wraps up, the park will include a number of amenities including:
⚽ 3 irrigated competition soccer fields + 1 multi-use field large enough for two soccer fields. 🏀 A multi-use court for sports such as basketball and tennis. 🌳 A playground area + picnic pavilion 👟 Half-mile of concrete trail
Editor’s pick: Last night, the FTWtoday team was invited to see the opening show of Cirque du Soleil: OVO at Dickies Arena, and my jaw is still on the floor. The family-friendly show was filled with acrobats, jugglers, and contortionists from across the world. You can still grab tickets to the show through Sun., Sept. 25.
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