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

Chef scramble: New year, new faces in Tarrant-area restaurants

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Here is a look at local chefs who’ve been on the move, ready to start a new year in a new kitchen. Read more

Lockhart Smokehouse donates barbecue to homeless after bizarre theft

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Thursday was a rough — but ultimately rewarding — day for Oak Cliff barbecue joint Lockhart Smokehouse. Read more

No pie today, only repairs at Paris Coffee Shop in Fort Worth

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The pie rack will be empty for a few days at the 90-year-old Paris Coffee Shop plate-lunch cafe in Fort Worth, dark while workers repair a kitchen ceiling that partially collapsed Thursday night. Read more

Report: Fort Worth’s Salsa Limon expanding into Dallas



If you’ve been to Salsa Limon “Centro,” the downtown Fort Worth location of Salsa Limon that ope... Read more

New Enchiladas Olé is on the way to Saginaw, with another planned

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A Fort Worth restaurant known for craft enchilada sauces plans to move closer to downtown and also will open a second kiosk location in Saginaw. Read more

Cane Rosso hosting Brooklyn burger pop-up, local chefs


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Cane Rosso owner Jay Jerrier isn’t shy about sharing his inspirations and loves from outside his own kitchen. Read more

Roots Coffeehouse adding a Fort Worth location and ‘co-working’ space


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When DFW.com did its Coffee houses in DFW: a delicious grind story in late 2015, we overlooked a good one: Roots Coffeehouse, a cozy, arty North Richland Hills spot known for its community ... Read more

Restaurant news for January 2017

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A new location for Mercury Chop House, a new TX Bourbon from Firestone & Robertson Distilling and Dallas’ Mesa opens a Grapevine location. And more ... Read more

Music and burgers for Roanoke; also, it’s Reata at the Rodeo time


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The Randy Rogers Band is setting up a home in Roanoke. Read more

Food for the Soul: How Paula Deen helped a Fort Worth chef overcome an eating disorder



At 18 years old, Jenna Kinard seemed to be on top of the world. Read more

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