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

Restaurant review: Sausage Shoppe in Fort Worth

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In Texas barbecue circles, brisket is often regarded as a ’cue joint’s defining dish, followed by ribs and sausage, typically in that order. Read more

Texas brew review: South Austin Brewing makes a change for the better

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With any consumer product, marketing, brand positioning and a unique selling proposition are just as important to success as the quality of the product. Beer is no different, and that’s no more evident than with big-name beers. Without much differentiation in product — no unique sel... Read more

Restaurant review: East Hampton Sandwich Co. Fort Worth

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East Hampton Sandwich Co., the New York-inspired Dallas import, is making some noise in Fort Worth — literally. Read more

Restaurant review: Currytos in Grapevine

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Of all the restaurant concepts to emerge in the past few years, the one everyone wants to be most like is Chipotle. The chain is unquestionably the inspiration at Currytos, a unique new spot in downtown Grapevine that took over a former Quiznos on Main Street. Read more

Restaurant review: Pegaso Mexican Diner in Fort Worth

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Located on the traffic circle where drivers once hesitated to yield for fear of a certain restaurant running out of its famous puffy tortilla chips, Pegaso Mexican Diner has big zapatos to fill. Read more

Restaurant review: Pho District in Fort Worth

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Pho District brings one of the hottest foodie commodities to Fort Worth’s buzzy West Seventh Street: the Vietnamese noodle soup called pho. Read more

Texas brew review: Franconia Dunkel



No month feels more German than October. Other than having a beer style that carries its name, October just has a traditional feel to it. It’s the perfect month to kick off the ... Read more

Checking out the Texas State Fair’s fried fare

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At the Deep Fried Texas Bluebonnet booth, I connect with a kindred soul. Read more

Restaurant review: Spago Italian Cantina in Arlington

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Some of the best Italian food I’ve had in quite a while can be found in a nondescript shopping center off Green Oaks Boulevard in northeast Arlington. Read more

On the hunt for a good Cuban sandwich in DFW


The Latin Pig

When I traded South Florida for North Texas a decade ago, one of the things I was giving up was easy access to good Caribbean — specifically Cuban — food. There was one now-defunct place on Dallas’ Greenville Avenue where, if the owners had served the same cuisine in Miami&#x... Read more

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