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For a fine meal in Grapevine, go to Main Street — the bistro part

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rmallison@star-telegram.com

Those in search of a fine meal at Grapevine’s Main Street Bistro & Bakery, take note: You’re looking for the “bistro” part. Read more

Bankhead Bistro in Aledo is a comforting stop on a historic highway

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Special to the Star-Telegram

According to the Texas Historical Commission, Bankhead Highway, one of the United States’ first transcontinental highways, had its beginnings in 1916. It stretched from Washington, D.C., to San Diego, with a ... Read more

Can Roscoe’s rescue a Keller barbecue spot with a smoky history?

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

Keller seems determined to make a barbecue joint stick on its restaurant-lined Main Street — besides Spring Creek Barbeque, that is. Read more

On the Patio: al fresco eating, with a fresh take on many dishes

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jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

Two elements of On the Patio, the 7-month-old sports bar/restaurant in Azle, beckon upon entering its spacious interior. The first is its spacious exterior. Read more

Alamo City celebrates its birthday with new brews

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Ranger Creek

As one of Texas’ oldest cities, San Antonio has a rich history. Founded in 1718 by Spanish settlers, it has its 300th birthday coming up next year, and two San Antonio breweries are combining efforts to honor the occasion. Read more

Clay Pigeon chef flying high again with Piattello Italian Kitchen

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jlmarshall@star-telegram.com

Almost exactly a year ago, Fort Worth chef Marcus Paslay appeared on “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday “The Dish” cooking segment, and showed the count... Read more

Halal Grill is the latest ethnic-food hit in Arlington

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pmoseley@star-telegram.com

Las Brasas was the first of a new batch of ethnic restaurants to open in a strip mall just north of The Parks at Arlington mall. Although the Peruvian restaurant lasted less than a year, it paved the way for several other ethnic restaurants to follow, the thriving Havana Bar & Grill and El Mofong... Read more

Lazy Dog Restaurant offers options, portions fit for the whole pack

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Special to the Star-Telegram

There are lap dogs. And then there are my dogs, who likely don’t qualify with their 90-pounds-plus Great Pyrenees puppy girth. Read more

Tio Carlos will feed you well in Colleyville

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

Opened near the beginning of the year in Colleyville, Tio Carlos Mexican-Latin Grill has deep DFW roots, with a Las Colinas location that’s been open for more than 20 years. Read more

DelCiano Pinoy Cuisine can provide your fill of Filipino-style food

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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

There was no bread to be had at DelCiano, the new Filipino restaurant in south Arlington, when we stopped in for a mid-afternoon Saturday lunch. Read more

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