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

Sportsman Channel hosts to cook feral-hog for homeless veterans


Courtesy of the Sportsman Channel

Feral hogs can be a problem in North Texas, even in a city as big as Dallas. Brian Quaca, a Mexia native, has been doing something about ... Read more

Now open: More pizza on West 7th, crepes and hot dogs on Magnolia, grilled cheese in Hurst


Farrar Food Photography

A new week begins with the opening of three Tarrant restaurants that have been stirring different levels of anticipation, with diverse menus that feature pizza (and more), crepes, hot dogs, coffee and grilled cheese. Not all in one place, of course, although the crepes/hot dogs/coffee lineup Read more

Richard Rawlings growing his empire with a restaurant in central Texas



Richard Rawlings, the Fort Worth native behind the popular Fast N’ Loud TV show, Dallas’ Gas Monkey Garage auto... Read more

Fort Worth baker Elizabeth Rowe to appear on Food Network



Fort Worth-based baker Elizabeth Rowe will get some national exposure Monday, when she appears on Food Network’s Cake Wars. Read more

Restaurants honoring Dad on Father’s Day


Courtesy of Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille

Mother’s Day is widely acknowledged to be one of the biggest brunch days of the year. Father’s Day isn’t as big a restaurant day — maybe Dad wants to play golf, or stay inside watching U.S. Open golf, or grill his own steak or Read more

And now, Donald and Hillary: the burger battle


Courtesy of Del Frisco’s Grille

DFW.com has had four burger battles since 2009. But we’ve never had a matchup quite like the one that Del Frisco’s Grille has concocted. Read more

Ellerbe’s blended burger finds ’shroom for big flavor


Ellerbe Fine Foods/Facebook

A few weeks ago, DFW.com’s Preston Jones did a DFW.com Burger of the Week that was really three burgers: All of them were at Dallas places participating in the Read more

New Fort Worth brewery sows a Wild Acre of hops


When you drive past the old security gate of the former Ranch Style Beans complex just southeast of downtown Fort Worth, it feels a little like you’re visiting a historic landmark. Read more

Take a tour of Fort Worth’s ‘brew zone’

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DFW.com archives

For a long time, Rahr & Sons Brewing was Fort Worth’s only craft brewery and way ahead of the craft-beer curve in the rest of North Texas. Read more

Uncorking a new West 7th pizza pub at Cork & Pig

FW Circle H Restaurant

Star-Telegram archives

We never used to get excited about West Texas restaurants moving to town. Read more

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