Find out the latest on what is happening in the District. From announcements on new openings to updates to current businesses, we have got The Boulevard’s coverage for you.

Olivella's Fort Worth Closes But Rolls Out Novel New Concept Down The Road

2020 has been both a curse and a blessing for the Camp Bowie district. The curse — COVID-19. The blessing — perhaps one of the biggest growth spurts the six-mile corridor has seen in recent years. At least 15 new businesses opened along or adjacent to Camp Bowie Boulevard this year, from Japanese restaurant Kintaro to Western accessories shop Chieffalo Americana.

December 1, 2020


Camp Bowie District Completes Redesign, Rebrand with Launch of New Website

Camp Bowie District Inc. launched its new website Nov. 16, providing a directory of area merchants who are categorically listed with business information, while providing customers with a one-stop-shop for information related to Camp Bowie Boulevard. New features to the website include a robust design update, and better functionality and resources for businesses in the district, the organization said in a news release.

November 16, 2020

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Fort Worth’s Boutique Row — Your Guide to Camp Bowie Boulevard’s Unique Shopping Scene

With the weather getting crisper and the holidays fast approaching, many of us will be in the mood for some much-needed retail therapy soon. One stretch of Camp Bowie Boulevard is worth the drive or stroll. We’ll call it Boutique Row because few other areas of Fort Worth are home to so many intriguing, locally owned and operated stores.

November 16, 2020


Bye Bye Airstream: Magnolia’s Grow Plant Shop Moving to Camp Bowie

The chrome Airstream trailer, which became a mainstay in the Near Southside after its arrival in July 2018, will no longer grace West Magnolia Avenue. The local occupant, Grow Plant Shop, has officially outgrown its humble digs and will be moving to Camp Bowie — taking over the space once occupied by The Enchanted Florist at 4800 Camp Bowie Blvd. — sometime in early 2021.

November 5, 2020

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The Kimbell Announces 2020 Gift Guide, Holiday Sale and afternoon tea at The Kimbell Café

The Kimbell Art Museum calls all shoppers in search of unique gifts, warm winter beverages and seasonal savings and offers its 2020 Holiday Gift Guide. The Kimbell’s 2020 Gift Guide presents holiday favorites and inspiring bestsellers from the Museum Shop, including stylish accessories, handmade homewares, imaginative trinkets and more.

October 22, 2020


The Culinary School of Fort Worth starts culinary apprenticeship program

The Culinary School of Fort Worth has been approved by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation to operate an apprenticeship program designed to provide working culinarians an opportunity to achieve nationally recognized certifications by combining paid on-the-job learning with theory-based classroom instruction.

October 22, 2020


Real Estate Developer Turns Side Hustle into Camp Bowie's Newest Boutique

Most folks know Rodger Chieffalo for his work in real estate, one of his most recent projects being the revamp of the old Roy Pope grocery store on the West Side. But the owner of Chieffalo Realty has also maintained a consistent side hustle refurbishing old hats, belt buckles, and cuff links — a project he calls Chieffalo Americana.

October 22, 2020


Longtime Fort Worth Jewelry Store Makes a Big Move Into the City’s Transforming Camp Bowie Scene

Reads Jewelers is a family affair. Owners Delisa and Jackie Read began in 1986, making a name for themselves with some truly exquisite custom jewelry designs.  As the popularity of their designs grew, they opened their first brick and mortar store in what is now known as Crockett Row back in 2010. Now after a decade there, Reads Jewelers is moving to a new location.

October 15, 2020


Fort Worth Real Estate Force to Open a Fashionable New Western Store — Rodger Chieffalo’s Big Plans Go Beyond the Roy Pope Grocery Reboot

Board Member of Camp Bowie District, Rodger Chieffalo, wears a lot of hats. Literally. And, now you can buy one.

October 6, 2020


Fort Worth chef keeps free 'family meal’ project going to restaurant workers and others in need

One group of Fort Worth restaurant friends turned their mourning for this tradition into a group project that’s taken on a life of its own — and for a greater good. With no formal organization or official fundraising, a weekly grassroots effort referred to as “family care packs” has handed out 28,000 free meals in six months.

October 1, 2020


UNT Health Science Center to lead state effort to raise awareness about COVID-19 in underserved communities

The University of North Texas Health Science Center (HSC) at Fort Worth will administer the Texas portion of a $12 million National Institutes of Health award for outreach and engagement efforts in ethnic and racial minority communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19.

September 22, 2020


Plans Move Forward for Boutique Hotel on Camp Bowie

Plans are moving forward for a boutique hotel being developed on the former site of The Ginger Man bar on Camp Bowie Boulevard.

September 16, 2020


Latest hotel proposal near Fort Worth’s museums would reshape part of Camp Bowie

A high-end hotel promises to remake a vacant stretch of Camp Bowie on the edge of Fort Worth’s Cultural District if the city council moves forward with the plan.

September 14, 2020


Puffy tacos are back! A Fort Worth restaurant revives an old Tex-Mex favorite

Gone nearly 10 years, the South Texas-style puffy taco has returned as a new menu item at The Original Mexican Eats Cafe. The Original’s version is named “Berta’s” puffy tacos, for 21-year kitchen manager Berta Miranda., who made them growing up in Villahermosa.

August 16, 2020


Fort Worth restaurant seduces with comforts of breakfast and brunch

There's a new breakfast and brunch restaurant in West Fort Worth that aspires to do a modern version of a good old-fashioned diner. Called FiVi's Kitchen, it's located at 5724 Locke Ave., in the old Mariposa's Latin Kitchen space, where it has all the pancakes, omelets, and burgers you'd ever want.

July 28, 2020


Renovations Begin Thursday for Revamped Roy Pope

The sale's complete, the new owners are in place, and James Beard Award semifinalist Bria Downey is officially heading the kitchen. Next up on the revamp of iconic West Side grocery store Roy Pope — the renovation, set to begin Thursday.

July 1, 2020


Boutiques Adjust to New Normal During Pandemic

Since reopening in May, shortly after Governor Greg Abbott announced retailers may resume in-person shopping at limited capacity amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Beehive has upped its sanitation practices — like using electrolyzed water to disinfect clothing.

June 24, 2020


Chef Louis Lambert buying, reopening Roy Pope Grocery in Fort Worth

Roy Pope Grocery, an old-time neighborhood supermarket, meat market, and burger grill serving west Fort Worth since World War II, will reopen under a partnership led by chef Louis Lambert, he said Thursday.

May 28, 2020


Righteous Foods founder launches fajita delivery service

A new Ghost Kitchen concept featuring Fajita’s only delivery is being launched. EAT FAJITAS is the brainchild of chef and entrepreneur Lanny P. Lancarte II; founder and owner of Righteous Foods.

May 28, 2020


Famed Fort Worth chef Jesus Garcia opens innovative 'ghost' restaurant

Jesus Garcia, the original owner of the Oni Ramen restaurants in Fort Worth and Dallas, on May 25 returned to the Camp Bowie area with Kintaro, a delivery and take-out spot specializing in Japanese cuisine.

June 24, 2020


Art world comes home with new documentary featuring Carter Museum exhibition

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic forced the temporary closure of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, but art aficionados will get a taste of one of the exhibitions that was on view at the museum when local PBS station KERA (Channel 13) airs Erik Clapp’s documentary, The Perilous Texas Adventures of Mark Dion.

April 17, 2020


Coronavirus ruined their Fort Worth grand openings. But they ‘charged ahead’ and saved jobs

Owner John Pritchett won’t dwell on what the grand opening for the satellite location of one of Fort Worth’s largest craft breweries might have looked like had coronavirus not slammed the door shut on many small businesses.

April 15, 2020


5 Must-Eat Menu Items at Little Germany

After nearly a decade of serving schnitzel, spaetzle, and strudel out of a charmingly tiny spot on Henderson Avenue, Little Germany Restaurant closed in March. But the Gonzalez family’s restaurant has found new digs at 6737 Camp Bowie Blvd.

March 27, 2020


Missing Museums? Here are a Few Ways to Stay Cultured While Staying Home

Social distancing’s got us missing a lot of things. Eating out. Hanging with friends. Exploring the city. And especially exploring museums.

March 27, 2020


New Fort Worth Brewery Opens as Planned, Bringing To-Go Beers and Fancy Curbside Sandwiches to Ridglea Hills

This is not quite the way John Pritchett, founder of Wild Acre Brewing Company, envisioned opening his long-awaited second location in Fort Worth’s Ridglea Hills neighborhood.

March 24, 2020


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