A Tale Of Two Restaurants: Enchiladas Ole' vs. The Original Mexican Eats Cafe

Just sit right back and let me tell you the tale of two #FortWorthTexas Restaurants.  One, which is the new kid on the block and another, which is indeed the oldest but also performs like a stodgy old blowhard hoping the past will reap benefits for its future. First,  meet Enchiladas Ole (2418 Forest Park Avenue), a medium-sized Mexican food restaurant serving all of your favorites just down the street from Texas Christian University.  Owner Mary Patino Perez opened the doors here at this location in 2019. No stranger to traditional Mexican food, Perez has a mantra: " The way I remember making enchiladas with my Mother"  Perez started out back in 2013 selling complicated, craft enchilada sauces, and customers asked her to open a restaurant. READ ABOUT THE MOVE HERE Enchiladas Ole has been voted one of the 10 best Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas in a USA Today poll and also voted to a 10 best queso list. With its outdoor patio and spacious seating, you'

Original Mexican Eats (Fort Worth Texas) what a Disappointment!!

Short and sweet. Whoa! Original Mexican Eats!  ✋ Been going here for over 20 years, spending an average of 40 dollars on a Sunday. Walked in today to find the table we normally sit at was reserved by a River Crest Country Club member. In an attempt to get along we found a small table and crowded around it. That is problem number 1. No one ever told us the tables could be reserved a week ahead of time.  Problem number two is Cindy, the waitress says she "inherited our table" and has "no idea" what anyone had but the bill was $180 and she  charged 18% gratuity even though 2 out of the 6 people sitting there were on a separate ticket. I threw down $70 which was way more than I had and left and on the way out I spoke to the manager Tammy Holt who basically said sorry that's the way it goes.  So, my message to you is if you go here, in a group ask for separate tickets otherwise they will slam you with a monster bill. This is ridiculous, we have supported the
Tag Line:  Deep in the Heart of Texas, Football is king and the fields it's played on have to be safe and top notch for prep to professional players. Follow the weekly exploits of one former NFL player who races to secure contracts and meet deadlines installing turf around the Country. It's a competitive industry, welcome to Turf Wars. Intro: Jeff Gossett played for the world famous Dallas Cowboys, tearing up the turf weekly, sharing the field with all the greats from Troy Aikman to Deion Sanders. These days, rather than playing on the field, he's selling the field to stadiums across America. From replacement of old turf to newer safety turf, Gossett works weekly to manage deadlines, outbid competitors and make sure things are ready to go come the weekend. Based in Dallas Texas Gossett works for Paragon Sports and has overseen installation at countless stadiums from new mult million dollar prep fields to the world famous cowboy stadium. Come join us on a wee
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Rosary for EC Lattig

I have a lot more to say about my Dad tomorrow during the funeral. That's the TV guy in me coming out, teasing for the next big story. His life was a big story. He accomplished a lot during his 85 years. A successful career in the US Navy, a businessman and of course a husband and father. It was not really until a few years ago when I was talking to him about certain international events going on after Iran boarded a US Navy ship that I realized how exactly tough he was. You see, I never saw this side of him. He was a loving, kind and generous man to everyone he met, however he quickly snapped to attention saying the Commander of the US craft was in big trouble for not going down with the ship. He said that's all part of it, you never surrender. And for my Dad Ed, he never surrendered despite storms on the horizon, whether it be financial or otherwise, his message was never give up., This has been a tough year for my small family with the passing of my Mothe

ED Lattig 1934-2019 RIP

Edward Charles Lattig 1934-2019 RIP For a man who left the world this week with every earthly possession one could hope to own, you may think he had lived a charmed life and is one of those who just stepped into wealth and love passed down from his family. The story of Edward Charles Lattig is anything but that. I will tell you about the journey of a man who came from having literally nothing, nearly on the streets of New Jersey to later in life walking the halls of the United States Pentagon. You see "Ed" or "Eddy" as he was called by friends and family was born in February of 1934, to Charles and Maria Lattig in Newark New Jersey, He was the youngest of the family with an older brother in his 20's and two sisters in their teens. Eddy's mother Maria came to America when she was only 16, scared and alone she made her way through Ellis Island where a cruel immigration official, wrote "Tamale" on her entry papers instead of her maiden name

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GILLIGAN'S ISLAND Two on a Raft WPRI-TV By Lawrence J. Cohen, June Ferreira WJAR-TV And Fred Freeman the Massachusetts Medium September 26, 1964 TEASER FADE IN STOCK SHOT OF OCEAN/BEACH – CREDITS OVERLAYED Tranquil Waters Spa owner  June Ferreira PAN UP TO: EXT – BEACH – MORNING – WIDE SHOT We see a weather beaten pleasure boat aground on the beach. FADE TO: CLOSE UP OF PLEASURE CRAFT WITH LARGE JAGGED HOLES IN THE HULL. CUT TO: CLOSE UP - SKIPPER The skipper is sitting up with a confused expression turtle boy on his face. CUT TO: EXTERNAL CABIN AREA OF BOAT He gets up and does a quick look around. There are several other people seen asleep in the stern as he jumps off the boat and onto the beach. affiliate WJAR CUT TO: EXT – BEACH – MORNING – MEDIUM SHOT June  Mundy- Ferreira , who owned the spa As he is at the stern of the boat he raps on the foot of his first mate Gilligan who is still a