A proposed attraction at Eighth Street and Franklin Avenue called Union Hall would feature space for 27 restaurants and food-related businesses under one roof. The “Union Hall” name is a nod to the former Waco Labor Temple building nearby that anchors the Franklin Square development launched…
An extended family from Italy that has opened about 15 restaurants in Texas has signed a lease on the former Chili’s building at Bosque Boulevard and Valley Mills Drive, and plans to open there Bella Luna Italian Bistro in about two months, according to a family spokesman.
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“We had no idea the downtown scene was going to be this bi. I don’t even think Magnolia knew. We just knew this was a great location and we were excited to be right in the heart of Waco.”
To this day, you can look up the hills of Mount Etna and see the ancient terraced stone walls of the vineyards with the shrubby, gnarly bush vines that are as old 250 years.
Why use the Orient Express as a murder mystery setting? The train’s unique mix of foreigners, luxury and exoticism in an opulent but confined setting made it “perfect” for a whodunit with mustached detective Hercule Poirot.
Waco's own Rear Admiral James Bynum, a former chief of naval air training for Navy and Marine aviators, will be honored.
Sharp-eyed viewers might have recognized that some of those container and window boxes used on “Fixer Upper” homes were purchased at a Waco business owned by Brett and Debby Boyd.
Whether served with some roasted chicken, sliced beef tenderloin or as a vegetarian meal that will fill you up, these tomatoes can be made in advance, so they are equally brilliant for both company dinners and weeknight family suppers.
Waco residents should be thankful for the vision and drive by city and community leaders and zoo officials to create the natural-habitat Cameron Park Zoo, which opened on July 18, 1993.
Aris Galanis’ Greek roots certainly influence the menu, but he and wife Kelly like to think of 1424 as more of a European bistro than a strictly Greek or Mediterranean restaurant.
Stone Hearth Indian Cafe, a new restaurant in downtown Waco, brings a different flavor for locals wanting to step out for lunch, dinner or a late-night snack.
Schmaltz’s Sandwich Shoppe … for Waco residents the name conjures up a favorite dish, from the mouth-watering namesake sandwich to its Wisconsin cheddar cheese soup, salads and even jalapeno cheese bread, only offered a few times each year.
When customers rave about the unusual flavor combinations, Stephanie Garman understands but is sometimes taken aback. For her, those dishes are everyday fare.
Te’Jun the Texas Cajun has taken its popular food truck business in Robinson to a brick-and-mortar building where its loyal customers can still enjoy blue crab from Lake Pontchartrain, snow crab from the Bering Sea, shrimp from the Texas Gulf, lobster from the North Atlantic and Louisiana fa…
When Noel Jaimes Sr. came to Texas from South Mexico by himself at the age of 19, he had a dream. Friends, family members, coworkers and later even his own wife would shake their head at his dream, but he promised them all he would achieve his goal.
The name Alpha Omega, encompassing the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, emulates a complete eating experience with menu items made from scratch and using the freshest ingredients.
The synergy is taking off as more people are discovering an area of town that is eclectic and welcoming.
When you think of the town of West, what comes to mind is kolaches, Czech heritage and longtime, influential families such as the Geriks. Anderson is probably not a surname that quickly comes to mind — but it should be.
Don Leal’s Restaurant in Robinson has not been content to stay with the same routine. Creating new dishes and expanding to a seven-day-a-week operation has helped the business thrive in its 18th year.
The dynamic duo of cupcake bakers, Susie Hughlett and Branda Pavlas, may not be superheroes in the traditional sense. But they work a certain sweet magic in their shop, Cuppiecakes.
Much like the town of West itself, Picha’s Czech-American Restaurant is a cultural dichotomy that blends the best of both into an eclectic menu both European and Texan.
The Texas Cheese House, snuggled among the antique shops in historic “Old Town” Lorena, is the ultimate cheese lover’s paradise. The eatery’s menu offers a delicious assortment of entrees showcasing the artisan cheeses handcrafted onsite.
In a restaurant landscape dominated by drive-throughs, chains and a few landmark spots, one Waco eatery is happily bucking the trend away from downtown and Interstate 35 and is thriving in an area of Waco not known for dining.
Chuck’s Pizza, Pasta & Wings on Lake Shore Drive offers an alternative for today’s on-the-go families who appreciate the convenience of a restaurant meal, but wish to enjoy it in the comfort of their own homes.