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

DFW’s 10 best cheeseburgers

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We’re sure you have your calendars marked for Sunday, which is National Cheeseburger Day. (If every food in the known world doesn’t yet have a day, well, it’s only a mat... Read more

Health-oriented restaurant to give Southlake scene some Protein


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The ever-expanding Southlake restaurant scene will soon have some more Protein. Read more

Pumpkin-palooza: From beer to kolaches to Oreos


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About 14 years ago, John Lamberth discovered Buffalo Bill’s Pumpkin Ale, a seasonal beer from California-based Buffalo Bill’s Brewery that is generally acknowledged to be the first pumpkin beer. Read more

But wait, there’s still more pumpkin: DFW restaurants are in on the spice


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We’ve barely gotten beneath the skin of the annual pumpkin movement, and there are some items we haven’t sampled yet this season. Here’s what some local establishments have on the vine. Read more

Dallas’ 3rd Meso Maya opens, and can Fort Worth’s be far behind?

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The upscale counterpart to El Fenix serves a flashier menu and a variety of tequilas at affordable prices. Read more

Tom Thumb goes for 2: second store planned in central Fort Worth



The former Fresh Market grocery store off South University Drive in Fort Worth will be converted into a Tom Thumb supermarket, the grocer’s parent company announced. Read more

Original Pancake House to open in Fort Worth in October


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In June 2015, our Bud Kennedy reported that Original Pancake House, a 60-year-old (well, now 61) Oregon-based chain, would open its first Fort Worth location in fall 2015 in Overton Park Plaza, at ... Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: The best of broth worlds at Oni Ramen and Pho District


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Ramen is the latest global comfort food to get the serious restaurant treatment. Read more

Oh, Cafe Suzy Q, we love you for breakfast

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Café Suzy Q had us before our waitress said, “Hello. Here are your menus.” Read more

Tuk Tuk takes Thai a step further on West Seventh Street

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Tuk Tuk Thai, a new option on an old-school stretch of Fort Worth’s West Seventh Street, makes the most of its proximity to the UNT Health Science Center with free delivery and myriad affordable carry-out options. Read more

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