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

Let’s all put a cork in the chardonnay whining

I have not heard anyone employ the once-clever “ABC” instruction in a long time, and I am glad about that because it never made much sense to me. It stands for “anything but chardonnay,” and cynical wine consumers were quick to vocalize it when asked what they would l... Read more

Rahr wins gold medals at national beer competition


Special to DFW.com

North Texas, and Fort Worth in particular, came up big over the weekend at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver. Rahr & Sons Brewing took home two gold medals for its Read more

First bite: Parker Barrow’s in Dallas


Cary Darling

The one knock on Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District is that many of the places close pretty early. If you’re there after 11 p.m., perhaps after a show at The Kessler, it... Read more

Winslow’s Wine Cafe to hold first Winslow Memorial


Courtesy of Winslow’s Wine Cafe

In February, we told you about the death of Winslow, the blue heeler mix that Winslow’s Wine Cafe in west Fort Worth is named for. Read more

The Burgies



The Burger Battle is the burger battle: It’s about how all the components work together on a burger, and not about peripherals such as atmosphere, service or sides. But with the end of every Burger Battle, we honor those peripherals with an award we like to cal... Read more

DFW.com 2015 Burger Battle champion: Dutch's



Our 2015 burger odyssey started in August, and stretched across North Texas — from Crowley to Keller, Aledo to Cleburne, White Rock Lake to Weatherford. We visited 32 of the best burger joints in DFW and sampled more than 100 burgers in six weeks. Read more

Dutch’s dedicates a team effort to its winning strategy



The walls at Dutch’s Legendary Hamburgers are festooned with TCU sports memorabilia and photos of the school’s football stars, past and present. Read more

Rodeo Goat: The people’s champ

DFW.com Burger Battle: Rodeo Goat

DFW.com archives

More than 55,000 votes were cast over the five-week contest. In the end, it came down to a Fort Worth icon and its newer neighbor. Read more

DFW.com Battle of the Burgers: The ones that got away



This year’s judges pay tribute to the best burgers that didn’t make it into the finals. Read more

DFW.com Battle of the Burgers: judge bios

These fearless eaters consumed piles of patties in their quest for the best. Read more

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