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

Woodshed keeps it interesting – who’s up for rabbit-rattlesnake sausage?



Unbelievable: Woodshed Smokehouse is in its sixth year. Read more

407 BBQ stakes a claim in tiny Draper with memorable meats

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No matter who persuaded whom to open the minimalist barbecue joint in the tiny municipality of Draper, which was once a glorified RV park just west of Argyle, 407 BBQ is, quickly and with good reason, becoming the town’s second landmark. Read more

America Gardens plants its flag in the West 7th area

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Don’t let the unassuming, low-slung, refurbished industrial entrance fool you. Read more

In the Sack, food and wine delivery, to replace Oliver’s in Sundance Square



In the Sack, a Dallas sandwich shop and gourmet wines and liquors known for free delivery, is replacing Oliver’s Fine Foods in Sundance Square. Read more

Pollo Tropical closing all North Texas locations

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Pollo Tropical is no longer a fast-food chicken option for North Texans after an announcement that all Dallas-Fort Worth locations would close Monday, Read more

East Texas’ The Catch nets more DFW locations


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You can tell The Catch is all about fried catfish. Read more

It’s not just the bread, but what’s between it, at Great Harvest


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Magnolia Avenue’s restaurant row could stand to have a good sandwich shop, and one has come along in the form of Great Harvest Bread Co. Read more

More than street food at downtown’s Main St. festival



Survival tips for a Main St. Arts Festival foodie: Read more

Istanbul Grill remains a gem in its westward move

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How does a BYOB restaurant from the ’burbs, known for its convivial familial celebrations, not to mention killer hummus, translate to upmarket Sundance Square? Read more

Yellow Rose fans grow controversy in Texas


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If you say anything is the “best (fill in the blank) in Texas,” you’re bound to elicit some strong opinions. Read more

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