Posts Tagged ‘restaurant’

Follow the Money: Fuse Medical Raises $3.27M, MedHab Gets $914K, Truck Yard Hauls in $4.2M

Posted by Lance Murray

FUSE MEDICAL RAISES $3.27M IN EQUITY FUNDING

Fuse Medical Inc., a Richardson-based provider of innovative products for surgeons, said in a new Form D filing that it has raised all $3,276,488 of an equity funding round.

Founded in 2011, Fuse …

MUTTS Canine Cantina Plans to Expand its Paw Print in Sunbelt

Posted by Lance Murray

Dogs and their owners across cities in the Sunbelt could be getting new spots to sit, relax, and eat together as Dallas-based MUTTS Canine Cantina is planning to expand across major markets in the U.S.

The unique restaurant membership-model concept …

4 Eleven Bringing Events Venue, Retail to Restored Warehouse

Posted by Lance Murray

Tucked away just south of downtown Fort Worth, a refurbished warehouse called The 4 Eleven is becoming the city’s newest wedding, events, and retail space in an area that is seeing a bit of a renaissance.

The facility is a …

Shake Shack, Horseshoe Project
Earn Design-Build Awards

Posted by Lance Murray

You can’t get much more different than a hamburger restaurant and a major urban highway project, but now the Dallas Shake Shack and the Horseshoe Project have something in common — each has won a national award from the Design-Build

No Restaurant Experience? That Didn’t Stop These Dallas Eatery Founders

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Nick Backlund was a Minor League Baseball player. Javier Heredia flew commercial airplanes. Joe Groves worked as a self-employed businessman.

None of them had any restaurant experience before they launched their Dallas eateries, but that hasn’t held them back. Instead, …

Chad Houser: How Café Momentum Changes Lives

Posted by Lance Murray

Have a wonderful meal. Help change lives. It’s a simple, but powerful message put forth by Chad Houser, executive director and executive chef at Café Momentum, in a segment of the Shaping DFW video series sponsored by Cadillac on the …

Ziosk’s Tabletop Tablets Were Cooked Up in a Class at SMU

Posted by Dan Koller

There are two kinds of patrons at casual dining restaurants: those who enjoy the interactive tablets now found on tables at such eateries nationwide and those who can’t stand them. No matter which type you are—whether you eagerly use such …