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

Eats Beat: Waters shifting along with West 7th



Chef Jon Bonnell’s seafood restaurant is finally sailing in the right direction. Read more

Lonesome vegetarian: Three Fort Worth restaurants go into the Blue with their menus


Robert Philpot

This column is not supposed to be about health, and mostly it won’t be. But it makes sense to celebrate here Fort Worth’s new Blue Zones Project, which could mean more meatless options on local restaurant menus. Read more

Restaurant review: Thurber Mingus in Fort Worth

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Guided by sentimentality or familiarity, or a little of both, chefs often specialize in the cuisine they grew up with. Read more

Beer fest coming to Globe Life Park


Deep Ellum Brewing Co.

The North Texas Firkin Fest had us at the Sledge Hammer. Read more

Eats Beat: Brunch across the bridge, at The Tavern



The great brunches are not all on West Seventh Street or Magnolia Avenue. Read more

Restaurant review: Golden Thai Cuisine in Keller

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For those who lack the spare time, let alone the financial muscle, to plunk down several thousand dollars for a culinary odyssey to exotic Thailand, Golden Thai Cuisine — in atmosphere and i... Read more

Reports: Taco Bell customer fined in Allen for riding horse to drive-thru



Sharp eyes at Eater.com — the national one — have picked up on a week-old WFAA/Channel 8 report about a Collin County resident who was Read more

New brewery planned in downtown Fort Worth: The Acre Distillery


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The shuttered Rodeo Steakhouse location on Calhoun Street, a block east of the Fort Worth Convention Center in downtown, will become The Acre Distillery. Read more

Texas brew review: Real Ale gets a rebranding


Butler Bros.

Beer is a comfortable beverage. It’s not something that most people consciously think about, but consistent, authentic branding in beer is something in which many drinkers find solace. Read more

Eats Beat: Escaping the Main St. crowd for good grub

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For 30 years, a downtown arts festival has brought crowds to Main Street. Read more

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