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

Lanny Lancarte’s Righteous Foods to open Oct. 21


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Longtime Fort Worth chef Lanny Lancarte took a lot of people by surprise in June, when he announced that he would close his much-respected Lanny’s Alta Cocina Mexicana and reinvent it... Read more

Eats Beat: Greek week in Euless, with — ouzo slush?


American Food & Beverage

The three local Greek food festivals are as different as the cities they serve. Read more

Texas brew review: Texas beers a hit at Great American Beer Festival



It’s been said that Texas is still playing catchup in the national brewing game, and that’s true. However, if the results of last weekend’s Great Read more

Restaurant review: Currytos in Grapevine

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Of all the restaurant concepts to emerge in the past few years, the one everyone wants to be most like is Chipotle. The chain is unquestionably the inspiration at Currytos, a unique new spot in downtown Grapevine that took over a former Quiznos on Main Street. Read more

Eats Beat: Fresh tortillas, new margaritas, low prices draw diners to Dos Molina’s



For a generation, Dos Molina’s has been known as a great Stockyards hole in the wall. Read more

Restaurant review: Pegaso Mexican Diner in Fort Worth

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Located on the traffic circle where drivers once hesitated to yield for fear of a certain restaurant running out of its famous puffy tortilla chips, Pegaso Mexican Diner has big zapatos to fill. Read more

Soft opening of Chef Kevin Martinez’s Yatai food cart



Chef Kevin Martinez of Tokyo Café had a soft opening of his new food cart this Friday night. So if you have been missing some bowls, you might want to check the cart out. Read more

Lonesome vegetarian: Taking on the State Fair of Texas


Special to DFW.com

I’ve too long let my vegetarian ways keep me from visiting the State Fair of Texas, or even the Stock Show. In 16 years of living in North Texas, I’d never been to either. Read more

Fort Worth chef talks ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ exit



Kalen Morgenstern is no longer in Hell, although she wishes she had been able to stay longer. But in a way, her exit from the Fox food competition Hell’s Kitchen is a relief. Read more

Eats Beat: Let’s talk Taco Day



Forgive Fuzzy’s Taco Shop workers if they’re sleepy Friday morning. Read more

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