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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a flight
An open pink egg crate with four spots, each filled with a scoop of ice cream. Two are brown, one is pink, and one is grayish-white and dusted with chocolate.
All scoops of ice cream are created equal — how could we possibly choose one? | Photo by @morgansicecreamco
Summer is the perfect time to catch a flight — and if you’re anything like us, that doesn’t mean racking up airline miles.

It means stopping in at one of these spots around town to grab a lineup of food + bev samplings. A good flight is about trying new flavors. The one thing they have in common? They’re all delicious.

Morgan’s Ice Cream Co., Multiple locations
If you’re the type of person to stand at the front of the line trying each of the 10+ flavors at Morgan’s before deciding what to buy, we don’t blame you. Make your life a little easier with a four-scoop flight of your choice.

Two corn tortilla tacos with strips of cooked, spiced meat, pickled red onions, and limes.

Pro tip: You can eat tacos every day, not just Tuesday. | Photo by @elchingonfw

El Chingon, 2800 Bledsoe St., Ste. 100
The La Completa Taco Flight is only offered on Taco Tuesdays at El Chingon, 3 p.m. to close, but it’s worth the wait. Snag five tacos — carne asada, pollo asada, al pastor, carnitas, and Jorge’s Taco De Pescado — for under $10. Bonus: If you’re thirsty, you can pair it with a mini margarita flight.

The Pantry on Magnolia, 713 W. Magnolia Ave.
You don’t want to miss the bao, okonomiyaki, or Korean-style noodles at The Pantry — but you really don’t want to miss the specialty: a hand-folded dumpling flight with pork + shiitake, Japanese beef stew, Indian butter chicken, elote, loaded baked potato, black garlic mushroom, and al pastor.

Three bowls of soup with three slices of bread. One soup is chili-colored, one is cream-colored topped with shredded cheese and bacon, and the last is red topped with many green and white toppings.

Just saying, that scene in “Girls” would have lasted longer if Adam Driver ordered a soup flight. | Photo by @the_sour_boule

The Sour Boule, 3701 Southwest Blvd.
Watch out on The Sour Boule’s socials to know when the bakery + market is offering its rotating soup flight. From broccoli cheddar, to tortellini, to Peruvian stew, you’re bound to find a new favorite.

Snooze, 2150 W. 7th St., Ste. 109
With locations across Texas, Snooze has had the time to perfect its pancake offerings. Start your morning with Pineapple Upside Down, Blueberry Danish, and Sweet Potato pancakes and you’ll be ready to take on the day. After a nap, of course.
 
Asked
 
What kind of flight is your favorite?

A. Beer
B. Wine
C. Coffee
D. Food
 
 
Events
 
Monday, June 10
  • Summer Art Camp | Monday, June 10-Friday, June 14 | 9 a.m.-4 p.m. | Arlington Museum of Art, 1200 Ballpark Way, Arlington | $200 | Kids ages 6-9 can roll up their sleeves to learn skills and techniques.
Tuesday, June 11
  • “Hamilton” | Tuesday, June 11-Sunday, June 23 | Times vary | Bass Performance Hall, 525 Commerce St., Fort Worth | $139-$299 | Get last-minute tickets to be in the “room where it happens.”
Wednesday, June 12
  • Pickin’ Round the Campfire | Wednesday, June 12-Wednesday, Feb. 12 | 8-11 p.m. | Dirty Water Saloon, 9716 Palo Pinto Rd., Fort Worth | Price of purchase | Grab your guitar and join other musicians for a fireside song session.
Thursday, June 13
  • Line Dance Lessons | Thursday, June 13 | 5:30-6:30 p.m. | Burnett Park, 501 W. 7th St., Fort Worth | Free | Don your dancing shoes and boot, scoot, and boogie the night away.
Friday, June 14
  • Dallas Jackals | Friday, June 14 | 7:30 p.m. | Choctaw Stadium, 1000 Ballpark Way, Ste. 400, Arlington | $22-$44 | The North Texas rugby team will line up against Old Glory DC.
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News Notes
 
Sports
  • After Thursday’s loss to the Boston Celtics, did the Dallas Mavericks tie it up in Game 2 of the NBA Finals last night? See how the Mavs fared in Boston with a game recap from local expert Nick Angstadt on Locked On’s daily podcast.
Watch
  • A new date has been announced for the hotly anticipated boxing match between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul, which will be held at AT&T Stadium. The new date is Friday, Nov. 15 + the match will take place alongside the “most anticipated rematch in women’s boxing history.” (NBCDFW)
Announced
  • The 2025 PBR World Finals will be held between Cowtown Coliseum on May 8-11 + 14-15 and AT&T Stadium on May 17-18. This marks the fifth consecutive year that the world finals will be held in Tarrant County — and it’s always an event, so plan ahead. (Fort Worth Report)
Trending
  • You’ll see some familiar faces at the 2024 Summer Cutting Spectacular starting Saturday, July 13. Celebrities including TV writer and producer Taylor Sheridan, fashion model Bella Hadid, and hall of fame rider Adan Banuelos will compete at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. (Paper City Magazine)
Active
  • A new TopGolf is coming to Grand Prairie, right next to the Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, which opens Wednesday, July 10. While you wait for the brand’s high-tech driving range to open in 2025, check out our guide to hitting the links in DFW. (WFAA)
Coming Soon
  • Chef Brian Olenjack — who was the executive chef at Bird Café — will lend his 20+ years of restaurant experience to the menu for the upcoming Rex’s Bar & Grill. The sports bar with a 360-degree scoreboard is slated for a fall opening in the former location of Romano’s Macaroni Grill. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
The Word
  • Cash Flow Budgeting (okay, actually three words). This financial strategy, commonly used by businesses, can also be leveraged to improve your personal finances. See how cash flow budgeting can give you flexibility while helping you achieve your financial goals.*
Try This
  • Your weekend assignment: Check out Fat Daddy’s in Mansfield. Music lovers can enjoy live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night featuring acts across genres and time periods — 70s, 80s, rock, alternative, country, dance, and more. Explore upcoming events.*
Shop
  • Woman-owned business Royal Highnies uses airy, 400-thread count Pima cotton to create luxury loungewear for the whole family. It all began with boxer shorts, and now, trademarked Highnies are sold in over 500 retailers — but you can snag free hats for Father’s Day exclusively online with code ROYALDADDY24.*
Health
  • What happens when you combine German engineering with the world’s most trusted name in hearing care? The biggest breakthrough in hearing technology in more than a decade: the Horizon hearing aid. (This is not your grandpa’s hearing device.) See if you qualify for a free trial.*
 
 
Art
 
A roundabout masterpiece
A 20-foot-high sculpture of a tornado made of blue, up-and-right-facing arrows. It's set in a gravel lot inside of a roundabout.
“Right Turn Only” is inspired by the neighborhood’s aeronautical history. | Photo via Fort Worth Public Art
Motorists navigating the Las Vegas Trail roundabout will have no trouble remembering which way to go around.

City officials dedicated a new sculpture titled “Right Turn Only” on June 1, depicting a swirl of arrows rising from the ground to mirror the flow of traffic.

The 20-foot-tall artwork is the result of artist Mark Reigelman’s research + conversations with community members, who expressed interest in a hopeful piece that acknowledged the area’s ties with aeronautical history.

According to Fort Worth Public Art, the resulting spiral “references the circular air patterns created by airplane wingtips.”

Take yourself on a scavenger hunt for other public art around town.
 
The Buy
 
Cool off on National Iced Tea Day with refreshing peach iced tea from Oliver Pluff & Co. Plus, you can purchase by the pound.
 
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The Wrap
 
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From the editor
Try the dumpling flight at The Pantry — but don’t sleep on okonomiyaki. Served as a street food in Osaka and Hiroshima, they’re savory cabbage pancakes smothered in a sweet-and-smokey sauce. In other words, the perfect comfort food.
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