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

Guy Fieri announces plans for Arlington restaurant



Guy Fieri, the host of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, has swung through DFW on a couple of “Triple-D” jaunts, including segments filmed in Arlington. Read more

Casey Thompson, John Tesar headed back to ‘Top Chef’


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Two DFW-linked chefs — one still in the market, one not — will make return appearances to Bravo’s Top Chef, which is scheduled to begin its new season Dec. 1. Read more

Apple-butter pie and more at Buttermilk Sky



If Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop were on West Magnolia Avenue, there’d be a daily line at the door. Read more

Real Ale Brewing offers bold new Axis


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India pale ale, or IPA, has become so synonymous with craft beer over the past half-decade, just about anyone with an interest in craft beer has an opinion on the style. Many times IPAs are a love-or-hate proposition, as bitterness is not something some palates care to handle. Others just can... Read more

R Taco expanding into Fort Worth



A few months after Pegaso Mexican Diner closed on Blue Bonnet Circle south of TCU, tacos are coming back to the location. Read more

Patio dining at Righteous Foods is a must


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Lanny Lancarte’s healthy-dining cafe takes on a different character by night, with his steak, duck or salmon dinner specials. Read more

Trinity River restaurant HG Sply Co. ebbs and flows in quality

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Thirty-one years ago, just a Trinity River stone’s-throw away from HG Sply Co., the new patent-leather red, industrial-chic paean to paleo dining and more, I had my first meal in Fort Worth. Read more

Brewed introduces three new fall drinks


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Joey Turner, co-owner/marketing and community director for Brewed, says his creative juices have been flowing lately. Which means that the coffee side of this coffee/tea/beer/wine bar-restaurant has some new offerings. Read more

Reata owner struck by vehicle in downtown Fort Worth (update)

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The owner of the Reata restaurant in downtown Fort Worth was hospitalized Monday when he was struck by a vehicle just blocks from the restaurant. Read more

Craft and Crab Seafood House celebrates virtue of shellfishness

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No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you as you approach the main entrance to Colleyville’s Craft and Crab Seafood House. Yes, that really is a sawed-off rowboat, oars dangling by its side, moored on a sandbar, surrounded by several crab traps filled with toy crabs. Read more

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