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

What’s on Tap now open in Keller


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Earlier this year, my colleague Robert Philpot reported on the impending arrival of What’s on Tap at Keller’s Town Center. Read more

Tarrant breakfast crawl: First Watch



On Wednesday, we began a breakfast crawl, focusing on a half-dozen chains of breakfast-centric restaurants that have opened or added locations in Tarrant County this year (for more on that, as well as some nods to some local independents, Read more

El Tejas’ spicy molcajete ready to warm up suburban Tex-Mex



The Huerta family of Houston has come to Dallas-Fort Worth, and we’re lucky they did. Read more

Stadium Club scores a dining touchdown

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Whenever you approach “Jerry World,” aka AT&T Stadium, there’s nothing modest about its ambitions. It’s all in grand, fourth-down-and-we’re-going-for-it style. Read more

Taps & Caps store taps into increasing demand

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Fort Worth beer lovers might not be too familiar with Rick Ali. He and his father have made Lone Star Beverages in Carrollton a mainstay for DFW beer lovers for a decade. As a craft-beer-centric beer and wine store, it has carved itself into the consciousness of northern Dallas County brew afici... Read more

Tarrant breakfast crawl: Another Broken Egg Cafe in Southlake


Another Broken Egg Cafe

Busy mornings and caffeine deprivation aside, breakfast doesn’t seem like that tough of a meal. Most of us can scramble eggs or cook oatmeal, and it’s not that hard to make waffles or pancakes. And if you’re a cold-cereal fan, hey, just add milk. Read more

Tortaco takes tortas, tacos to the next level

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One of the newest spots in Fort Worth’s West 7th area tries to be a lot of things — and pretty much succeeds across the board. Read more

Salsa Limon ‘Centro’: a first bite of the downtown taqueria



The Tower, a large condo complex in the former Bank One tower in downtown Fort Worth, is about a two- or three-block walk from the DFW.com/ Star-Telegram offices, depending on which exit you take from our building. The Tower is already home to a Potbelly Sandwich Shop ... Read more

New in The Tower: Salsa Limón Centro opens, Chop House to return



Downtown dining does not end at Sundance Square. Read more

From pizza to pups with Cane Rosso Rescue


Courtesy Cane Rosso Rescue

Cane Rosso Rescue Center will open its doors in Carrollton Monday, with a grand opening event set to begin at 7 p.m. Read more

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