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Fuego Burger still en fuego in smaller Rendon space

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Special to the Star-Telegram

The past year or so has seen some comebacks on the Fort Worth-area food scene. Paco and John’s Mexican Diner, which had closed in 2015, came back as Paco’s Mexican Cuisine th... Read more

Wild Salsa celebrates feasts of all sorts

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

I can’t say with 100 percent certainty that no other restaurant in the Metroplex besides Wild Salsa so deftly pulls off the trick of surrounding its diners with all the decorative motifs of Day of the Dead while serving some of the area’s most well-executed Mexican food. Read more

Roy’s Mexican & American Cuisine finds the right combination

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jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

Many Mexican restaurants in Fort Worth have long offered American-food alternatives, for those who decided, for whatever reason, they feel like chicken-fried steak instead of tacos. Likewise, a handful of local American restaurants have always offered Tex-Mex dishes — Paris Coffee Shop and... Read more

Tokyo Cafe is back, and just as good as ever

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rhailey@star-telegram.com

There are very few restaurants in Fort Worth where I’d wait 45 minutes for a table. Read more

HopFusion Ale Works opens its doors in ‘brewery district’

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Special to the Star-Telegram

“Hurry up and wait” seemed to be the unofficial mantra for HopFusion Ale Works for months. An anticipated launch had Fort Worth beer fans eager for Near Southside’s latest brewery to open its doors. On tap at select establishments for months now, HopFusion had to get things j... Read more

Buffalo Wings & Rings elevates the sports bar experience

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Special to the Star-Telegram

The expectation at most sports bars rarely rises above being able to watch whatever game is of interest, downing a few beers and eating some passable food to soak it all up. Read more

Namoo Korean Bowl makes a bowl’d statement

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Nobody look now, but bowls are trending. Read more

Stadium Club scores a dining touchdown

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

Whenever you approach “Jerry World,” aka AT&T Stadium, there’s nothing modest about its ambitions. It’s all in grand, fourth-down-and-we’re-going-for-it style. Read more

Tortaco takes tortas, tacos to the next level

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pmoseley@star-telegram.com

One of the newest spots in Fort Worth’s West 7th area tries to be a lot of things — and pretty much succeeds across the board. Read more

Boun Bistro brings tasty Laotian fare to North Texas

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

Good food sometimes involves a good hunt. To find good Laotian food in Fort Worth, for example, you’ll definitely need more than just mad Googling skills. Read more

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