We have a lot of delicious restaurant dishes in Fort Worth right now, including a new pizzeria, a new AYCE pizza buffet, and new limited edition tacos. There is more than one fried chicken offering, and at least two pumpkin specials including pumpkin frozen yogurt and pumpkin muffins for dessert.

Here’s what’s happening in Fort Worth restaurant news:

Shinjuku Station, a sushi bar and pub near the Southside, has closed after 13 years. In a note posted on Facebook, owners Casey, Gary and Mary Ho said they were closing their doors “with great sadness” and that their last night was September 2. “Economic times, heavy building construction, and global pandemic,” their memo read. “We are proud of how we have managed to survive and, finally, despite our best efforts, we say goodbye. As the Near Southside area grows in development and new businesses move in, we hope you will join us in supporting small and local. In the meantime, our sister restaurant Tokyo Cafe is located at 5121 Pershing Ave. to satisfy your Japanese food and sushi cravings.”

Mountain Mike’s Pizza, a California-based chain known for its crunchy, curly pepperoni and mountain-sized pizzas, has opened its first location in Fort Worth, at 3488 TX-144, across the street from Texas Motor Speedway and close to the Tangier Outlets. Fort Worth marks its second location in Texas, and there are likely a dozen more planned in Dallas-Fort Worth. The restaurant is owned and operated by local resident Varinder Passati, whose brother Robbie Passati is the largest Mountain Mike’s franchisee in California. In addition to signature pizza, there are big-screen TVs, a 500-square-foot patio, arcade games, all-you-can-eat pizza, a salad lunch buffet and a full menu of craft beer and wine.

Grimaldi’s pizza restaurant It has a new fall menu that includes Buffalo Chicken Pizza, Apple Walnut Salad, Bridge Charcuterie Board, Pumpkin Cheesecake, and Choconana Cheesecake: banana cheesecake with an Oreo cookie crust.

Itzy’s Market and Bakery It has new menu items: chia seed pudding in two varieties: original, with granola, strawberries, blueberries and blackberries; And matcha with kiwi, strawberries, raspberries and raw almonds. Also salad bowls: Bistro Filet Power Bowl or Chicken Power Bowl, with barley, arugula, mixed greens, potatoes, dill, mustard, cherry tomatoes, red onions and shiitake mushrooms with green harissa dressing; salmon casserole with brown rice, spinach, mixed greens, cucumber, carrots, edamame, radishes and scallions with ginger miso dressing; and a vegetarian salad bowl with couscous, kale, mixed greens, roasted chickpeas, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, and shiitake mushrooms in a lemon tahini dressing.

dog house It features three new Hawaiian-themed menu items, $1 of which will be donated to the Hawaiian Community Foundation’s Strong Maui Fund: Ohana Chicken Sando with fried chicken and slaw on a Hawaiian King bun; Mighty Moa bone-in wings tossed in teriyaki aioli and topped with spicy mayonnaise; and an island-inspired cocktail with rum, Aperol, orange curacao and pineapple.

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authority It has brought back the Pumpkin Puff Cookie, a pumpkin-flavored cookie that debuted last year with a light fluffy texture, macadamia nuts, white chocolate pieces, and cinnamon. The cookie will launch on Tuesday, September 19, and will remain in restaurants through the end of the year.

Snooze, AM Restaurant The new fall menu launches September 21 with the following dishes: Pumpkin Pecan Pies with vanilla cream cheese filling, caramel sauce and candied pecans; Monte Cristo Brioche Toast; Breakfast Spaghetti Carbonara features spaghetti noodles with parmesan scrambled eggs, habanero pork belly, red onion, garlic and diced tomatoes; Blood orange punch. Pumpkin latte, and pumpkin martini with oat milk.

Fish City Grill Half Shells is offering two blackboard specials during the month of September: Chimichurri Shrimp Tacos with avocado crema, pico de gallo, cheddar jack cheese, cilantro, Cuban black beans and rice for $16; and herb-crusted Texas redfish with roasted Brussels, red peppers, basil rice and lemon for $26.

Bonefish grill It has a new three-course dinner for two for $46, which includes two salads, an appetizer and a shareable dessert, a choice of Caesar, Atlantic salmon, pork tenderloin, sirloin, chicken, rainbow trout, mahi mahi, linguine & clams and main lemon cake. Available until October 29th.

City Works Eatery & Pour House in Fort Worth celebrates Oktoberfest from September 16 to October 3 with beer and German-inspired meals including Smokehouse Currywurst (spicy hot link, curry sauce, bacon-braised sauerkraut, caramelized onions, steak rolls ), Pork Schnitzel (pork patty, brown butter). Spaetzle, braised red cabbage, dijon herb cream sauce), German flatbread (smoky hot link, braised sauerkraut, spicy mustard béchamel, Swiss cheese, scallions). Oktoberfest specialty beers include Rahr & Sons Barrel Fest in Fort Worth.

Crazy chicken It brought back stuffed quesadillas in three varieties: a poblano quesadilla stuffed with chicken, Oaxaca cheese, poblano peppers, pico de gallo, sliced ​​avocado and cilantro; Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla stuffed with chicken, Oaxaca cheese, salsa roja, sour cream, and pico de gallo; A beef and avocado quesadilla filled with shredded beef, Oaxaca cheese, avocado salsa, sliced ​​avocado, onion and cilantro.

Hopdoody Burger Bar It has the new Birria Burger, which is Birria tacos, made with beef patties, house-made chorizo ​​piled on a grilled/crunchy quesadilla, cilantro-onion aioli, and a side of “consomme” (someone at headquarters doesn’t know how to spell consomme?); and a Churro Shake in collaboration with Siete Foods made with vanilla custard, cinnamon sugar, Siete churros and whipped cream.

Chicken chick salad It has the new Chick Melt featuring a choice of chicken salad or pimento cheese flavor, topped with provolone cheese, on top of a croissant. The Chick Melt’s crispy, golden-brown exterior matches its cheesy, melty interior. It’s a permanent roster addition that debuted on September 12.

Shake Shack It has fiery menu toppings, all topped with a chili spice blend of cayenne pepper, brown sugar, vinegar powder, garlic powder, and smoked paprika. Hot menu items include the Hot Chicken Sandwich, Spicy Shakmeister Burger, Spicy French Fries with Ranch Dressing, and Spicy Cheese Fries with Ranch Dressing.

Siss pizza It’s bringing back its all-you-can-eat buffet for adults for $5 every Monday and Tuesday from September 18 to October 24.

Susie Cakes Featuring new fall-inspired desserts with seasonal ingredients through September: Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcakes made with pumpkin spice cake iced and filled with coffee buttercream; Mocha Cupcake, a chocolate cupcake frosted and filled with coffee buttercream and topped with white frosting; and Whoopie Pie, with two thick, chewy chocolate chip cookies filled with vanilla buttercream.

Yogurtland Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Swirl has brought back frozen yogurt, made with the flavors of pumpkin pie and cheesecake combined using the middle handle.

Wendy It has added two new seasonal pumpkin items: the revolutionary Pumpkin Spice Frosty, a pumpkin version of a thick ice cream shake with notes of pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg; and the Pumpkin Spice Frosty Cream Cold Brew, which features cold brew coffee with Frosty cream on ice.

Malay cuisine It launched Marzen’s traditional version of its Oktoberfest beer, a semi-sweet amber lager with a crisp finish. Additionally, all taps at all locations will switch to Bavarian-style beers from September 16 to October 3, and include a light Helles Lager, an unfiltered German wheat beer, a traditional dark Schwarzbier or “black beer,” and a Munich Pale. Ale, and Apple Strudel Milkshake IPA. , a popular Oktoberfest dessert made with apple puree, milk sugar, oats, cinnamon, and vanilla. In all four locations in Uptown Dallas, Preston Center, Southlake and Fort Worth.

Howdy Homemade, the ice cream brand that provides employment to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs), is now sold for a pint at H-E-B, Albertsons, Tom Thumb, Safeway and Randalls stores.

The ADD SOY Act (H.R. 1619) is a bill introduced in the United States House of Representatives by Representatives Troy Carter (D-LA) and Nancy Mace (R-SC). The ADD SOY (Addressing Digestive Disorder in Our Youth) Act would provide soy milk as an option for children and reimburse schools for providing soy milk. In 2020, the US Dietary Guidelines for America recognized fortified soy milk as the nutritional equivalent of cow’s milk. However, schools are not currently reimbursed if they offer soy milk as an option, yet the USDA reimburses public schools for cow’s milk to the tune of $1 billion annually — despite the fact that studies show that nearly a third of it is thrown away. Away from the students.

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