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

Restaurant review: VertsKebap in Southlake

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No type of food, it seems, can escape the throes of the fast-casual concept. Pizza, sandwiches, Mexican food, Chinese food and Korean cuisine have all succumbed to the type of dining style that consists of standing in line, choosing food from steam pans and eating it in a urban/modern/rustic spac... Read more

Restaurant review: Campestre Chula Vista in Fort Worth

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Far removed from West Seventh Street’s buzzy fare and its acclaimed sister restaurant Revolver Taco Lounge, Campestre Chula Vista overlooks Jacksboro Highway, perched above a neighborhood of seen-better-days restaurants and retail stores. Read more

Restaurant review: Luscher’s Red Hots in Dallas

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As anyone in North Texas who has tried to find one knows, really good hot dogs are hard to come by. Read more

Restaurant review: Pho Hung Restaurant in Fort Worth

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Rest easy, Haltom City Vietnamese food acolytes: The crispy egg noodles taste exactly the same. Read more

Restaurant review: World of Beer in Fort Worth

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The chain’s second Tarrant location has some worthwhile pub grub, and a big selection of beers to wash it all down. Read more

Restaurant review: Mi Cocula Mexican Grill in Fort Worth

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A hunt for good Mexican food on Fort Worth’s west side could lead you to any number of places: Salsa Fuego and Mariposa’s Latin Kitchen for cheffy takes on traditional dishes; tiny taqueria Dos Hermanos for out-of-this world barbacoa tacos; Anakaren Bakery for dynamite Mexican break... Read more

Restaurant review: Braindead Brewing in Dallas

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The list of things that are right about Braindead Brewing is long, especially if you are a craft-beer fan in your 30s. Read more

Restaurant review: Dotto’s Pies & Fries in Southlake

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Let’s get one matter clarified right away: Dotto’s Pies & Fries actually serves its namesake “pies and fries” dish and it’s one of the most pleasurably rib-sticking plates you’ll ever encounter. Read more

Texas brew review: Lakewood gets canned



The craft beer industry has by and large cut its teeth on bottling its product. Historically, it’s been rare for craft breweries to package in cans, and to do so was seen as kind of weird. Read more

Restaurant review: Kin Kin Urban Thai in Fort Worth

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Eddy Thretipthuangsin has a lot banking on the success of Kin Kin Urban Thai. Read more

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