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Texas Brew Review: Four Corners Local Buzz flips its lid

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If you listen to commercials, you might think that innovation Read more

Restaurant review: Chuyito’s Texican Burgers in Fort Worth

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For more than 30 years, the locally owned Chuy’s Mexican Restaurant (not to be confused with the Austin-based chain of the same name) has offered simple, un... Read more

Texas Brew Review: Real Ale’s Blakkr rocks hard

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Heavy metal music is not easy to love. It can be nasty, aggressive, confrontational, sometimes downright evil — the stuff your grandma would probably be disappointed in you for listening to. Read more

Restaurant review: Barter in Dallas

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Brothers Patrick and Michael Halbert get points for perseverance. Read more

Restaurant review: Jibaritos’ in Bedford

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DFW.com

There aren’t a lot of similarities between the landlocked blackland prairie of North Texas and the sea-splashed islands of the Caribbean. And the differences go well beyond matters of geography and weather. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Adelbert’s Philosophizer

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Austin gets a lot of credit for its brewing scene. Read more

Restaurant review: California Pho & Grill in Arlington

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California Pho & Grill is a 2-month-old Arlington restaurant just down the way from The Parks mall on congested Cooper Street, so it takes a keen eye to spot it from the main drag. Read more

Restaurant review: Kona Grill in Fort Worth

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DFW.com

Fort Worth’s recent restaurant boom has been fueled by the successful launch of highly individualized, locally run eateries spinning out a variety of ethnically diverse cuisines. It’s against this backdrop that Kona Grill, with its more than 20 locations nationwide from Idaho to Con... Read more

Texas Brew Review: Martin House’s Rubberneck Red rocks

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Way back in 1994, when the fledgling Fort Worth band the Toadies launched its seminal album Rubberneck, Texas craft beer wasn’t much to talk about. Houston’s Saint Arnold was barely 2 months old; Shiner was in the process of returning to viability after ... Read more

Restaurant review: Casablanca Greek Mediterranean Cuisine

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DFW.com

Famously, rock ’n’ roller Jerry Lee Lewis once lit his piano on fire, strutted offstage and dared the next act to “top that.” Read more

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