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

Texas Brew Review: Deep Ellum Neato Bandito

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To some craft beer fans, “adjunct” is a term chiefly used to describe the inexpensive ingredients like corn or rice that giant macrobreweries use to cut costs when mass producing their beers. Read more

Restaurant review: Chef Sage in Colleyville

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Chef Sage, the newly retooled Colleyville restaurant (formerly TriBeCa) run by its namesake, Sage Sakiri, takes diners on a bit of a nostalgia trip. Read more

Texas brew review: Jester King’s Noble King

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Revolver brewmaster Grant Wood was once asked if he thought he would ever make a sour beer. “Not until I build a second brewhouse” was his response. Read more

BBQ Safari: Tommy’s BBQ in Irving


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When you’re a barbecue freak like me, there are only so many times you can drive past a barbecue joint with a big fiberglass cow out front and not stop in. And since I’m on a quest to find the holy grail of Texas barbecue joints, it’s actually part of the job description. So ... Read more

Restaurant review: Matt’s Rancho Martinez in Colleyville

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While Colleyville does not lack for restaurants, its quota of Tex-Mex spots has remained criminally low. Does that explain why Matt’s Rancho Martinez has enjoyed such robust crowds since its opening in early May in the same center as a coming-soon Whole Foods Market? Read more

Colonial food report: Love’s grub yields birdies, bogies (updated Saturday)

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Adam Scott, the new No. 1 player in the world, and Jordan Spieth, the 20-year-old phenom from Dallas, are the players everyone’s talking about at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial this weekend. But both of them are being overshadowed by Read more

Texas Brew Review: Rahr’s Pride of Texas Pale Ale



Back in the spring of 2012, it was a Saturday brewery tour like every other at Rahr & Sons Read more

Restaurant review: R Bar & Grill in Arlington

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One of Arlington’s earliest hotels, the Hilton Arlington, recently underwent a massive makeover, with a multimillion dollar renovation of its facade, rooms, fitness center and lobby. The hallways boast tasteful art on the walls, and the event spaces are brimming with wedding receptions and p... Read more

Restaurant review: Paco & John Mexican Diner in Fort Worth

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Paco & John Mexican Diner has been around for five years, but it still needs a little help filling the dining room when it comes to dinner. Read more

Texas brew review: Lakewood The Temptress

It’s hard to tell which of a brewer’s favorite recipes will be popular when the brewery opens. Sometimes, a brewer’s mainstay batch that he has been treating friends and family to for years turns into an afterthought once the general public gets a hold of it. Read more

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