Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Frisco Brewing Company bringing restaurant, bakery, butcher shop along with city's first brewery in The Rail District
Frisco Brewing Company will open in 2023 at 6601 Frisco Square Blvd., a news release from Nack Development stated. The new brewery will serve a variety of craft beers, seltzers and cocktails.
Eligible Texas homeowners to receive up to $65K to pay late mortgage payments, taxes, insurance through new state program
Homeowners in Texas who have faced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic may soon receive up to $65,000 in aid each from a new source of state-facilitated assistance.
Family serves award-winning tamales six days a week at Tommy Tamale in Keller
In 2010, Steve Barker needed a job, so he started selling tamales out of his truck in Decatur. He said he went from business to business asking people to buy his tamales. They were selling. He said he soon realized he needed a business name.
“I knew ‘Steve Tamale’ wouldn’t have the right ring ... so I came up with Tommy Tamale,” Barker said.
Fresh Mex food truck coasts into new normal in McKinney
McKinney residents Mark and Jessica Thibodeaux started their Fresh Mex business in July 2019 but said it was not until recently that they felt like they were reaching a normal workload.
Third Monday McKinney Trade Days rebrands market name
The market features a mix of fair-style food vendors, antiques, clothing, accessories, home decor and more, according to the website.
Matt Payne, Karen Chaney and Brooklynn Cooper contributed to this report.
Frisco Brewing Company coming to The Rail District in 2023; Third Monday McKinney Trade Days rebrands market name and more top DFW news
Nack Development is planning a 16,000-square-foot facility in The Rail District, which will be home to Frisco Brewing Company alongside a restaurant, bakery and butcher shop. (Rendering courtesy Nack Development)