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Restaurant review: Sistah’s Mississippi Style BBQ in Arlington

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DFW.com

Sistah’s Mississippi Style BBQ is not your typical Texas barbecue spot. Read more

Restaurant review: Cane Rosso Fort Worth

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DFW.com

Hopping onto the biggest trend in pizza, Fort Worth gets its own Neapolitan-style pizzeria with the opening of Cane Rosso on Magnolia Avenue, in the old Ryan’s Fine Grocer space. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Others pale next to Community’s ales

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For many craft-beer drinkers, their first brush with Community Beer Company was at the inaugural Untapped Festival in Dallas in September 2012. With a squadron of volunteers handing out T-shirts and signing up curious drinkers to its e... Read more

Restaurant review: AF+B in Fort Worth

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DFW.com

Aside from the nice dinner you’re certain to enjoy, AF+B — the new restaurant in the center of the West Seventh District — is a fun exercise in perfectionism that begins when your feet cross the tiles on the bar floor. The custom-made squares of white, black, green and pale g... Read more

Restaurant review: So-Cal Tacos in Grapevine

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DFW.com

So-Cal Tacos began life as a food truck. Owner Scott Wooley called it an alternative to the typical taco diners in North Texas at the time. Read more

Welcome to the Texas brew review

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Editor’s note: After years spent wandering in a craft-beer wilderness, North Texas is finally overflowing with choices. Read more

Review: Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe at Alliance

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DFW.com

Razzoo’s has been doing its level corporate best to create the “laissez les bons temps rouler” feeling of a genuine New Orleans, gumbo-fueled par-tay for 22 years. Because it’s been around so long, it’s easy to take t... Read more

Restaurant review: The Original Lorena’s Mexican Kitchen

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DFW.com

The Original Lorena’s Mexican Kitchen, opened last fall in far northwest Fort Worth, is a throwback to the classic Tex-Mex by which many Fort Worthians swear. Think of Fiesta on Hemphill, Pulido’s, the old Mexican Inns.... Read more

BBQ Safari: Bartley’s BBQ in Grapevine

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Special to DFW.com

It’s the start of the 2014 BBQ season, which in Texas runs from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31. And we’re still looking for the Holy Grail of Texas BBQ joints. It’s somewhat of a moving target. Read more

Restaurant review: Pizza Snob in Fort Worth

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DFW.com

In most areas of life, being a snob is generally not considered to be a good thing. But snobbery is perfectly acceptable, encouraged even, when it comes to pizza. Read more

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