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

Texas Brew Review: No Label Mint IPA

The craft brewing industry uses its fair share of zany ingredients. With the freedom to create comes the temptation to experiment, and small breweries are agile enough to make test batches and experiment with all kinds of ingredients. Read more

Eats Beat: Restaurant Week: giving, and booking tables carefully

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Reservations are open for DFW Restaurant Week on Aug. 11-17. Read more

Restaurant review: Wok Box in Irving

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Wok Box, a Canadian restaurant chain expanding into Texas with an inaugural branch in Irving, comes with more than a few similarities to Pei Wei. Read more

Restaurant review: TPR Burger in Fort Worth

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TPR Burger stands for Texas Patty Real Burger, which doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. Read more

Massey’s is headed for the wrecking ball

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The abandoned building that housed Massey’s, the legendary south side restaurant that was famous for its chicken-fried steak, is living on borrowed time. Read more

California-based Eureka! chain coming to DFW


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Looks like DFW -- specifically Dallas -- and Austin are going to have some Eureka! moments. Read more

Flying Saucer announces BeerFeast dates

Frankly, pretty much any time we go into a Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, it’s a beer feast, what with the place having more than 250 beers available. But every autumn, it really throws down the beer red carpet (me... Read more

Lonesome Vegetarian: Let’s get small at 24 Plates



When any significant new restaurant is announced for the Fort Worth area, I immediately daydream about how we meatless types might fare there. Often I can eat only one or two dishes on any given menu, so I burn out on restaurants quickly and am shamelessly promiscuous, always on the prowl for som... Read more

Smoothie King opens in Fort Worth’s Near Southside


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The opening of a new Smoothie King might not seem that special, especially when it’s on Fort Worth’s Near Southside, where a number of independent, locally owned restaurants have opened during the past few years. Read more

Eats Beat: Barbecue returns to Old Town Keller, and breakfast is served at the Woodshed



Southlake is surrounded by famous barbecue: Bartley’s, Cousin’s, Hard Eight and North Main. Read more

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