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Texas brew review: Community Texas Pils

Texas is a big state. It takes quite a bit to unify all the corners of such a large area, but organizations like the Texas Read more

‘Cheeseburgers in Paradise’ at Eagle Mountain Lake

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Daniel Stober

At DFW.com, we’re pretty burger-obsessed. Every odd-numbered year since 2009, we’ve held an NCAA-bracket-style burger battle, seeking the Read more

Restaurant review: Landmark Bar & Kitchen in Fort Worth

Landmark Bar and Kitchen

DFW.com

We are sitting on the cedar outdoor deck of newly opened Landmark Bar & Kitchen, nursing a carafe of vodka, Red Bull and Skittles. A huge Great Dane runs up to me and plants a big lick on my cheek. I am one move away from creaming my wife... Read more

Restaurant review: Lark on the Park in Dallas

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DFW.com

Changing your menu with the seasons has become a hot concept in the restaurant world. But few do it with the panache of Lark on the Park, the glass-walled, art-filled restaurant across from Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park from longtime restaurateur Read more

Restaurant review: Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya in Fort Worth

Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya

DFW.com

“Hey, it’s 100 degrees outside. Everybody — let’s go get ramen!” Read more

Texas Brew Review: No Label Mint IPA

The craft brewing industry uses its fair share of zany ingredients. With the freedom to create comes the temptation to experiment, and small breweries are agile enough to make test batches and experiment with all kinds of ingredients. Read more

Restaurant review: TPR Burger in Fort Worth

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DFW.com

TPR Burger stands for Texas Patty Real Burger, which doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. Read more

Restaurant review: Wok Box in Irving

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DFW.com

Wok Box, a Canadian restaurant chain expanding into Texas with an inaugural branch in Irving, comes with more than a few similarities to Pei Wei. Read more

Restaurant review: Taste of Soul by Annie Mae in Arlington

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Star-Telegram

Whether you think of soul food as the food Grandma served or as something outside your range of experience, there aren’t a lot of options for it in Arlington, so Taste of Soul by Annie Mae is a welcome taste of something different. Read more

Texas brew review: Real Ale White

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Courtesy/Real Ale

Texas brewing is typically known for being dominated by its German heritage. A mid-1800s boom of immigrants brought with it the methods, styles and traditions that helped shaped our state’s pre-Prohibition brewing. While that influence still exists, a Belgian influence from the 1990s left ... Read more

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