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

Restaurant review: Oak in Dallas


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For such a young restaurant, Oak has been through a lot. A dining pioneer in Dallas’ Design District, it was drop-dead gorgeous if a little green when it opened in 2011, the first baby from Richard and Tiffanee Ellman, a pair of new restaurateurs. Read more

Eats Beat: Those three words dads like to hear: ‘surf and turf’

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At the north end of downtown, Fort Worth has Sundance Square. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Community proves that beer plus fruit doesn’t have to equal unpalatable

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Scooter Hendon

A few years ago, the marriage of beer and fruit was usually limited to a lime shoved into the bottle of a Mexican beer like Corona, the occasional lemon wedge on the rim of a glass of a hefeweizen or a slice of orange served with a witbier. Read more

Vivo 53 holds belated grand opening


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Vivo 53, the downtown pizza and pasta restaurant, has been open since February. DFW.com contributor Marilyn Bailey wrote about it soon afterward for her Lonesome Vegetarian column, and contrib... Read more

Report: La Original Michoacana Ice Cream moving to Arlington


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La Original Michoacana, an ice cream shop in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District that uses recipes from the Michoacan state of Mexico that date back to 1948, is moving out of Oak Cliff and into Arlington, according to the Read more

Flying Saucer Fort Worth announces BeerFeast date for 2015

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium is pretty much all about beer. Oh, there’s food there, too, but chances are, with more 250 beers to choose from, you’re going to have a beer with that food. Read more

Restaurant review: La Blue Casa in Arlington

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The secret’s in the sauce. Make that the sauces. Read more

Eats Beat: Dad can Max out on French toast, steak or fried chicken



The fame of Max’s Wine Dive brunch is growing. Read more

Fuel City bringing its tacos and cheap fuel to Fort Worth

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For at least two years, John Benda has dreamed of building a ranch near downtown Fort Worth. Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: Sushi options for the fish-free


Marilyn Bailey

A reader wrote to ask about sushi places with interesting veggie options. Read more

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