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

Meat U’s second location is on ’cue

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

It’s never unusual to see people waiting in line at a barbecue restaurant. But the line at Meat U Anywhere BBQ in Trophy Club is different from that of your average barbecue joint’s: It starts at 6 a.m. Read more

Lo-Lo’s in Southlake has a lot on its plates

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Is there an off-hour to eat at Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles, the Phoenix-based cult favorite that traffics in all-day breakfasts and hyper-indulgent entrees like the Betty’s Boob and DVZ’s Hot Ghetto Mess? Read more

Tupps Brewery heats up its pale ale with poblano

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Tupps Brewery

The partnership of spicy food and cold beer is an undeniable classic. Feel the burn, quench the thirst: It’s simple and beautiful. Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: TruFire Kitchen & Bar

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TruFire via Facebook

For vegetarians, vegans and anyone who is trying to follow the Blue Zones “plant slant” prescription: Southlake’s TruFire Kitchen & Bar needs to be on your radar. Read more

Great Scott’s charcuterie is off the charts

Great Scott Charcuterie

jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

Under the Texas 114 overpass, amid a whir of post-rush-hour traffic, I spied gourds growing outside a restaurant in Grapevine. Read more

Grain & Dairy’s grilled cheese can melt your heart

Grain & Dairy

jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

You started a new diet? Excellent. I saw on Facebook that you got a 5-mile bike ride in, too. Congrats. Lost a pound last week? I can totally, totally tell. Hey, did you drop a size? Read more

If it’s summer, it must be time for Saint Arnold

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Special to DFW.com

They say the classics never go out of style. Without some updates along the way, however, most ultimately do. Eventually, everything needs a little freshening up. Read more

Mexican restaurant Los Molcajetes adds some spice to Mansfield

Los Molcajetes

jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

For those who don’t speak Spanish, molcajete means “mortar and pestle,” as in the kitchen implement used to grind fresh spices. The implication of the name of the new Los Molcajetes restaurant in Mansfield is that the food is handmade and more au... Read more

Dallas restaurant Next Door is hard to knock

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Courtesy of Next Door

For good or ill, Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood has developed a stubborn reputation as the place where only the most vapid of North Texas residents — your $30,000 millionai... Read more

Chicken Salad Chick scoops up comfort

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

The word sprawling seems to have been invented for places like Presidio Junction shopping center, which takes up a big chunk of real estate northwest of the intersection of the southbound Interstate 35W access road and North Tarrant Parkway in far north Fort Worth. Read more

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