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

Lonesome vegetarian: get juiced in DFW


Marilyn Bailey

It’s a cliché this time of year, but something drove me to visit several of the area’s new green-juice bars over the past few days — maybe the discovery of icky hydrogenated fats in the Central Market pie crust I’d indulged in over the holidays. Read more

Restaurant review: Mason & Dixie Grapevine

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Beth Newman’s restaurant debut came by accident. The sometime-caterer and interior designer actually was looking for a booth to rent at the Grapevine Antique Market when she was approached by its owner. Read more

Restaurant review: Slice the Pizza Spot in Aledo

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We’re used to seeing Neapolitan-style pizza spots in hip places: Deep Ellum, Magnolia Avenue, University Drive. But one has recently turned up in a somewhat unlikely spot: Aledo, a tiny speck of suburbia about 20 miles southwest of downtown Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: Fish Creek near Aledo puts steak on the menu


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No telling what you’ll reel out of Fish Creek these days. Read more

Brian Olenjack splits with Olenjack’s Grille

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It looks as if Arlington’s Olenjack’s Grille will go on without its namesake chef, Brian Olenjack. Read more

Eats Beat: BBQ on the Brazos resting up for the kickoff



For two years, John Sanford has been firing up the BBQ on the Brazos pits at 4 a.m. daily with only Sundays for rest. Read more

Restaurant review: Pho & Grill in Fort Worth

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Pho is popping up everywhere, so popular that DFW.com recently dedicated an entire story to singing its praises, including a list of our favorite phos around Dallas-Fort Worth. Pho & Grill on Overto... Read more

Weekend Chef: 2014, My Year With Food



2014 was a tasty year of food for me. For starters there was the first ever Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival featuring foodie events like the “Grand Tasting” and the $500 a plate... Read more

Eats Beat: Max’s new year also brings a new Monday brunch



Max’s Wine Dive has new ideas to go with New Year’s plans. Read more

Restaurant review: The Quarter Horse Sports Tavern in Keller

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During the past five years, 1632 Keller Parkway has been home to Grill 1709 and Chow ’N Chill Bar & Grill, two laid-back, friendly bar-and-grills that never quite got off the ground. Read more

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