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A heaping helping of news & reviews from DFWs dining scene.

Restaurant review: Crazy Joe’s Burger Shack in Fort Worth gets back to basics

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The bulletproof popularity of Rodeo Goat, Thurber Mingus and other chef-inspired burger joints illustrates how much our city has embraced gourmet burgers. Many of us have all but blocked out the years before burgers came stacked with Akaushi beef patties, smeared with blackberry compote and bacon... Read more

Restaurant review: Pouring Glory Growler Fill Station and Grill

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Don’t own a growler? Don’t let that stop you from visiting Pouring Glory Growler Fill Station and Grill. Read more

Restaurant review: The Dive Oyster Bar in Fort Worth

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The tiny ramshackle building on the Weatherford traffic circle, once home to a Kentucky Fried Chicken, an outpost of Charley’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers and, most recently, beloved Mex-Mex joint Salsa Fuego, has been repurposed once again, this time into The Dive Oyster Bar. Read more

Restaurant review: Campesinos Mexican Restaurant in Fort Worth

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I like, on principle, any place that gives you your own personal bowl for salsa. Read more

Restaurant review: Resident Taqueria in Dallas


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Resident Taqueria is that most rare of restaurants, one living up to its name. Read more

Restaurant review: Flight takes lakeside dining to new heights

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Those with any lingering doubts about what effect a change in ownership might have on a restaurant need only visit Flight. Before David and Jamie Bryan purchased this space on Eagle Mountain Lake, it was known as The Spot and projected an unabashed biker-bar appeal, taking full advantage of its l... Read more

Restaurant review: Dagwoods Fire Grill Tap in Fort Worth

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Last year, a local chef and his business partner did what many in the North Texas restaurant world would consider commercial suicide: They opened three restaurants. Read more

Restaurant review: All About Cha in Southlake

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If green-and-white coffee cups haunt you in your sleep like they do mine, I may have found an elixir that could cure our overcaffeinated consciences. Read more

Restaurant review: The Theodore in Dallas


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Mall dining brings to mind the humble food court. But some malls do better than that, such as Dallas’ upscale NorthPark Center, where The Theodore opened in the former Luna de Noche spot in December. Read more

Restaurant review: Savor Coffee Bar and Eatery in Arlington

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The “Eatery” part of this coffee bar includes good crepes, pho and banh mi. Read more

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