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

Dean & DeLuca’s here, but only for Colonial


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Texas still doesn’t have a year-round Dean & DeLuca specialty foods market. Read more

Revolver still bears craft-beer spirit despite MillerCoors ownership

“The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Read more

In a troubled spot, a new entry doesn’t ‘M’-press

M Bistro 009


There are cursed locations, and then there is the spot in Montgomery Plaza where six restaurants have stood over a span of 12 years. Read more

Austin chefs’ newest farm-to-table restaurant is closer to DFW, and the farm


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An Austin chef has teamed with local restaurateurs to open a chef-driven, farm-to-table restaurant in this historic Norwegian town 80 miles south of Fort Worth. Read more

Eatzi’s squeezes it all in at new University Park Village location

Eatzi's in Fort Worth

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Eatzi’s CEO Adam Romo has wanted to bring the prepared meals market to Fort Worth for years. Thursday, when doors swung open on the gourmet take-out shop’s fifth location, in University Park Village, Read more

The secret’s in the sauce at Ooowwweee Wangz N Catfish in south Fort Worth



Ooowwweee Wangz N Catfish is tough to find, and good to find. Read more

Heim Barbecue second location update: Construction starts June 1

Heim Barbecue is coming to a river near you. Read more

Clean Slate Cafe has no need to go back to the drawing board

Clean Slate Cafe 102


Look to the left, and there’s a smoke shop. Look to the right and you’ll find a psychic-reading establishment. Read more

Mother’s Day brunch: where to take Mom in DFW (update No. 2)


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Mom always said not to procrastinate, but here we are, telling you about Mother’s Day brunch opportunities less than a week before Mother’s Day. Read more

La Rueda wakes up east Fort Worth; also, here’s an update on Mother’s Day brunch



Sometimes the little restaurants pack a big surprise. Read more

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