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

Dining review: BBQ on the Brazos in Cresson

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More so than any other type of regional food, barbecue is often found in the least likely of places: in old Dairy Queens, in beat-up roadside shacks, in farmers markets. Read more

Eats Beat: Aledo has two new winners in IDC Burgers, Slice pizza



Aledo has grown, and so has its appetite. Read more

Restaurant review: Burger Bar in Cleburne

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From the other side of the window, Katy Grantges finally waves at us. Coast is clear to step inside her tiny, red-brick burger joint in downtown Cleburne. Read more

Hacienda San Miguel closing Tuesday

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If you haven’t made dinner plans yet, you might consider stopping by Hacienda San Miguel in the West 7th district. Read more

Rahr & Sons ready for 10th-anniversary month


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In 2003, Frederick “Fritz” Rahr Jr. told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that he was about to sign a lease for a property near Angelo’s Barbecue on White Settlement Road, where his new brewery would begin production the following spring. Read more

Lonesome vegetarian: Righteous Foods is a step in the right direction


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“Even more despised than the Brunch People are the vegetarians. Serious cooks regard these members of the dining public — and their Hezbollah-like splinter faction, the vegans — as enemies of everything that’s good and decent in the human spirit.&... Read more

Eats Beat: Kin Kin Thai on the way; Le Cep is here



For a change, the news at Bite City Grill is about expansion. Read more

Restaurant review: Modmarket in Flower Mound

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A fast-casual concept is blossoming in Flower Mound, and it’s one well worth noting. Read more

Texas brew review: Rahr and Lakewood join forces to make a Belgian beer

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The cooperative spirit is one of the craft beer industry’s most endearing characteristics. It’s not uncommon to find brewers attending events at one another’s breweries, promoting the virtues and abilities of their fellow brewers or ordering one another’s beers at loca... Read more

Eats Beat: Meat U in line for new Grapevine BBQ



A new barbecue restaurant is no longer just another ribbon-cutting. Read more

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