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

Tio Carlos will feed you well in Colleyville

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Opened near the beginning of the year in Colleyville, Tio Carlos Mexican-Latin Grill has deep DFW roots, with a Las Colinas location that’s been open for more than 20 years. Read more

DelCiano Pinoy Cuisine can provide your fill of Filipino-style food

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There was no bread to be had at DelCiano, the new Filipino restaurant in south Arlington, when we stopped in for a mid-afternoon Saturday lunch. Read more

Petro’s Chili and Chips finds many ways to slice the Frito pie

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The main thing you need to know about Petro’s Chili and Chips, aka Petro’s Frito Pie, is that it lives up to its name. It does, in fact, serve Frito pie. Read more

Jamaican Summers Eatery serves a culinary trip

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As I enter the Kool-Aid-rainbow-colored beach shack of Jamaican Summers Eatery, the visually and culinarily transporting restaurant in Burleson — and just before rasta-capped co-owner Richard Williams utters a Caribbean-accented “welcome, mon” — my eyes take in the wal... Read more

Lakewood Brewing seduces with new, smaller bottles


Lakewood Brewing

What is love if it’s not shared? Read more

Gus’s Fried Chicken flies – and fries – high in Fort Worth

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Inside the front window of the new Fort Worth location of Gus’s Fried Chicken, the Memphis-based bastion of crispy poultry, a makeshift mural of coloring-book chickens greets guests. Read more

For hospitality and good food, it takes Village Cafe & Bakery

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So many of the quirkily harmonious qualities of Village Café & Bakery, Colleyville’s 2-month-old nouveau-rustic sandwich/salad/baked goods spot, emerge within seconds of a stroll through its unassuming entrance. Read more

Tributary Cafe finds its flow on Fort Worth’s east side

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Tributary Cafe is the latest restaurant to open in Fort Worth’s River East district, a gentrifying-as-we-speak area, on the east side’s Race Street, that many are hoping will evolve into the city’s next hip ur... Read more

Panther Island’s Allergeez ale is nothing to sneeze at


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If you live in North Texas, chances are that you know one of the afflicted. God forbid if you are one of them. Allergy sufferers. Read more

Seven Mile Cafe goes the distance in Keller

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Maybe I’ve been watching too many episodes of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives lately, but Keller’s Seven Mile Cafe would make a good candidate for a future episode. Read more

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