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

Cane Rosso hosting Brooklyn burger pop-up, local chefs


Emily Bolles

Cane Rosso owner Jay Jerrier isn’t shy about sharing his inspirations and loves from outside his own kitchen. Read more

Roots Coffeehouse adding a Fort Worth location and ‘co-working’ space


Courtesy of Janice Townsend

When DFW.com did its Coffee houses in DFW: a delicious grind story in late 2015, we overlooked a good one: Roots Coffeehouse, a cozy, arty North Richland Hills spot known for its community ... Read more

Restaurant news for January 2017

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A new location for Mercury Chop House, a new TX Bourbon from Firestone & Robertson Distilling and Dallas’ Mesa opens a Grapevine location. And more ... Read more

Music and burgers for Roanoke; also, it’s Reata at the Rodeo time


Star-Telegram archives

The Randy Rogers Band is setting up a home in Roanoke. Read more

Food for the Soul: How Paula Deen helped a Fort Worth chef overcome an eating disorder



At 18 years old, Jenna Kinard seemed to be on top of the world. Read more

The Catch is a throwback you won’t want to throw back

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Opened last fall in the south Fort Worth suburb of Burleson, The Catch is a throwback to the classic fried seafood that many Fort Worthians consider sacred. Think of Zeke’s on Camp Bowie, Flying Fish, the old Zuider Zee’s. You won’t find gourmet embellishments at this fast-casual s... Read more

Poke, mon: Hawaiian delicacy swims its way onto Tarrant menus

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Star-Telegram archives

Poke doesn’t have to be pretty or lathered in aioli or served with house-made chips. Read more

Do the hokey poke with new dining spots


Courtesy of Poke Bop

Getting on board the poke train is pretty easy, and will get easier as 2017 progresses, with a number of poke-centric restaurants casting their collective lines in Dallas-Fort Worth. Read more

Casa Jacaranda is out of this world in Venus

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Venus, Texas, that is — a Johnson County town where this restaurant’s authentic Mexican food is attracting diners from as far away as Denton and Frisco. Read more

New Year, old name: Thirteen Pies switches back to Fireside

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Thirteen Pies, one of the genuine success stories in the West 7th shops, is coming back to the mothership. Read more

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