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

Mercury Chop House takes on The Tower

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During a time of dramatic change in so many arenas, it seems that one of Fort Worth’s dining institutions — the Mercury Chop House — intends on being a bastion of comforting continuity. Read more

All eyes on El Tejas in NRH

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While many restaurants open all day put their best feet forward at dinner, a new Mexican restaurant in North Richland Hills is doing wonders from dawn till dusk. Read more

Beik Mediterranean brings more Middle Eastern flair to Fort Worth

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Dallas fave Mesa goes for a bigger wow in Grapevine

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If you already know Mesa, the Mexican restaurant, from its location in Dallas, then you’ll hardly recognize the new branch now open in Grapevine. Read more

Southern Star heats up the season with its Winter Warmer

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It’s easy to take Southern Star Brewing for granted. The Houston-area brewery— in Conroe to be precise — was founded in 2008 and has always fallen a bit under the radar. In North Texas in particular, its beers have been available the whole time, but don’t seem to enge... Read more

Dot’s Hop House more than just a pretty place

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When you have a sprawling outdoor space as patio-perfect as Dot’s Hop House and Cocktail Courtyard — 10,000 square feet of benches, tables, heat lamps, Texas-centric artwork and, yes, a chandelier —... Read more

The Catch is a throwback you won’t want to throw back

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Opened last fall in the south Fort Worth suburb of Burleson, The Catch is a throwback to the classic fried seafood that many Fort Worthians consider sacred. Think of Zeke’s on Camp Bowie, Flying Fish, the old Zuider Zee’s. You won’t find gourmet embellishments at this fast-casual s... Read more

Casa Jacaranda is out of this world in Venus

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Venus, Texas, that is — a Johnson County town where this restaurant’s authentic Mexican food is attracting diners from as far away as Denton and Frisco. Read more

The year in beer: growing up or selling out?



Market diversification in craft beer showed no signs of slowing down in 2016 and with it brought some big stories and trends. Here are some of the biggest from this year: Read more

Paco returns without John, still excels in Mexican cuisine

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Few restaurants face the double-edged sword of expectation confronting Paco’s Mexican Cuisine. Read more

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