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

Eats Beat: Park Village adds contemporary Thai in Malai Kitchen



Southlake’s new Park Village has new restaurants, with a side helping of irony. Read more

The ultimate DFW-area Valentine’s date planner

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Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, so it’s time to finalize your plans. Read more

First bite: 54th Street Grill & Bar in Fort Worth



Alliance Town Center in far north Fort Worth — dubbed “Alliance Traffic Center” by some — has lots of restaurants, mostly of the chain variety, some not. Read more

First bite: Malai Kitchen in Southlake



After a few soft-opening services, the Southlake location of Malai Kitchen opened Sunday, and let’s just say it was busy. This is the second location of the upscale Thai-Vietnamese restaurant — the original, in Dallas’ West Village, opened exactly five years earlier. Here... Read more

Babe’s Chicken deal in works for NRH location

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Babe’s Chicken Dinner House is negotiating to open the company’s 10th location in North Richland Hills, owner Paul Vinyard confirmed Friday. Read more

Eats Beat: A Max’s update, and gear up for Mardi Gras

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First, a warning about Valentine’s Day: Read more

Tim Love debuts ‘Ufficio’ Italian pop-up dinner (updated with video)


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A few weeks ago, Fort Worth chef Tim Love announced Ufficio, a pop-up Italian restaurant that would only be open Jan. 27 through the 30 at his Read more

Remember the time I ate ...

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Everyone has a food-poisoning story — about that one thing you’ll never eat again — hence the popularity this week of a trending story ab... Read more

Dallas chef John Tesar to appear Thursday on ‘Beat Bobby Flay’

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Dallas chef John Tesar is no stranger to reality-TV cooking competitions, having appeared on Top Chef: Seattle <... Read more

Restaurant review: Flight takes lakeside dining to new heights

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Those with any lingering doubts about what effect a change in ownership might have on a restaurant need only visit Flight. Before David and Jamie Bryan purchased this space on Eagle Mountain Lake, it was known as The Spot and projected an unabashed biker-bar appeal, taking full advantage of its l... Read more

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