Rankings, relocations, rebrands top this Fort Worth food news – FTWtoday

King Tut Restaurant serves Egyptian cuisine with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options.
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Did you know that Fort Worth is the No. 1 city in the country for affordable dining? According to a new study by The Cookie Rookie, it costs an average of $60 for two people to enjoy a three-course meal at a local mid-range restaurant.
Speaking of mid-range and budget-friendly dining — enjoy a meal at these two local spots that just hit the top of our food news feed.
Popular Egyptian eatery King Tut Restaurant is moving down the street after 32 years at 1512 W. Magnolia Ave. The Mahmoud family restaurant will reopen at 508 W. Rosedale St. on Wednesday, July 31. Stop by for fresh baklava.
The Stockyards’ historic Star Cafe is entering a new era with a cocktail-focused menu. Originally opened in the 1930s as Edna’s Star Cafe, the rebranded Star Cafe and Cocktails now features frozen watermelon margaritas and Shiner Craft Spirits, courtesy of new owner Drew Boatman.
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