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Fast-casual Char’d adds fusion flair to Mansfield’s dining scene

ANDREW MARTON, Mansfield News Mirror

Asian fusion cuisine continues to blossom in Mansfield, and Char’d is the newest place to find it. Flavors from Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, and Japan comingle in an atmosphere of jovial, family ownership.

Opened March 16 in a previously unoccupied space in a strip center dominated by a Life Time Fitness center, Char’d: […]

By |April 11th, 2018|

What’s that gonna be: Mansfield’s Shops at Broad project grows, including StarCenter

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

The foundations for Academy Sports + Outdoors and At Home will be poured soon as progress picks up at the Shops at Broad mixed-use development at the northwest corner of East Broad Street and U.S. 287.

Both retail anchors are expected to open in September so they will coincide with the opening of the Mansfield […]

By |April 6th, 2018|

Lost Cajun opens in Mansfield, location planned for Fort Worth

ROBERT FRANCIS, Fort Worth Business Press

The Lost Cajun isn’t lost, at least in Mansfield.

The 15th and newest location of the Colorado-based chain opened in Mansfield at 1530 E. Debbie Lane on Feb. 28 with a grand opening held on March 15. The family-friendly restaurant is focused on authentic Cajun food and genuine Southern hospitality. The […]

By |April 6th, 2018|

Twisted Root is latest addition in makeover of downtown Mansfield. Here’s what’s next

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

 

After months of anticipation, Twisted Root’s trademark buffalo burgers are sizzling on the grill in the Backyard, signaling the start of spring and the further evolution of downtown Mansfield.

Like a cookout in your own backyard, customers can visit the Backyard, chill out, play cornhole or just enjoy the sunshine. This summer, […]

By |March 29th, 2018|

This $800,000 project near downtown Mansfield is for the dogs

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

 

Mansfield could finally get a dog park next year, joining neighboring cities that have already built one or two areas for dogs to roam free.

Dog parks have evolved in recent years from just simple fenced in areas with a few shade structures and a water fountain to amenity-filled destinations with agility […]

By |March 27th, 2018|