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

Restaurant review: Pansayena in Arlington

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Special to DFW.com

Along the back hall of Pansayena, the 9-month-old Arlington restaurant, I can’t help but notice the brightly painted slogan that hints at this charming establishment’s overall MO. The aphorism — not coincidentally looming over a framed copy of the Ten Commandments — re... Read more

Eats Beat: IDC Burgers outpost ready for business in Stockyards

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The Stockyards has fresh meat, with a new burger joint and with Grady Spears’ Horsehoe Hill Cafe close to opening. Read more

Restaurant chain Yolk to open on Main Street in Sundance Square

Chicago-based Yolk, which offers breakfast and lunch, is coming to Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: Peachniks find way to Parker Peach Festival



In Weatherford, this is the Week of the Peach. Read more

Restaurant review: Cannon Chinese Kitchen in Fort Worth

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The Ho and Kha families of Fort Worth have been responsible for two of the city’s most beloved and admired restaurants: Tokyo Cafe, damaged in a fire last year but in the process of being rebuilt, and Shinjuku Station. Both specialize in Japanese cuisine free from the frills and gimmicks t... Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: New fast-casual chains aren’t slow to appeal to the meatless

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A slew of health-themed restaurants have opened in Dallas recently, including True Food Kitchen, LYFE Kitchen and Modmarket, all focused in various ways on “clean” eating. Read more

Video: Happy Birthday, Joe T. Garcia's

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(Special to DFW.com/Bruce Chandler)

As we celebrate America's 239th birthday Saturday, there's another milestone worth celebrating in Fort Worth. Read more

Dinner Lab adds mystery to the menu

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Barbecue in Texas is about smoked ribs and brisket and chicken — cooked low and slow and lathered in a sweet and tangy sauce, a dripping mess of tender goodness. Read more

Eats Beat: A new chill for Burleson



What better day than July 4 to sell hot dogs and icy desserts? Read more

Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles coming to Southlake



Chicken and waffles, once a soul-food diner staple, are now everywhere — soul-food spots like Buttons, hip spots like Fixture and fast-casual places like the new-to-Fort Worth Slim Chickens have some variation on the theme. Even Torchy’s Tacos has featured a chicken-and-waffles taco... Read more

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