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

What’s new, Buenos Aires? An Argentinian steakhouse in DFW, that’s what


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When we think “Brazilian steakhouse,” we think meat. Actually, we think “meat parade,” coming to the table on skewers or plates, warpped in bacon, soaked in garlic designed to make carnivores salivate. Read more

Easter starts early, and so does Blue Mesa


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The Southwestern restaurants will start their brunch menu at 8 a.m., with several others starting at 9 a.m. Also in Eats Beat: lamb at Terra, Cafe 1187’s Easter, changes at Next and two new Fort Worth restaurants. Read more

Easter brunch: Where to go in DFW (update No. 4)


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Easter is one of the biggest brunch days of the year, so we’re doing one of our occasional roundups of where to celebrate a big holiday with lots of food. Read more

Denton’s Armadillo Ale Works refuses to roll over


Armadillo Ale Works

Way back in 2011, when breweries like Deep Ellum, Lakewood and Peticolas were still in development, another brewery got its start. But, while those other breweries have become household names among beer enthusiasts over the past half decade, Denton’s Armadillo Ale Works is still looking to... Read more

Bad Hombre and Chupacabra go mano a mano at Rodeo Goat


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At last weekend’s “Burgers, Blues + Brews” event at the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival, a panel of judges including Star-Telegram “Eats Beat” columnist Bud Kenne... Read more

Gather Cafe & Coffee: casual about gathering, serious about food

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In the past few months, two restaurants with in-house coffee bars have opened in the far north Fort Worth/Keller area. But while Seven Mile Cafe Read more

El Reno onion burgers make Stockyards debut



A new Fort Worth hamburger stand serves Oklahoma’s fabled grilled-onion burgers and Oklahoma-style Coney Island hot dogs. Also in Eats Beat: M Bistro is opening, and Waters is on its way. Read more

Mr. Gatti’s is out to reclaim its slice of the pizza-restaurant pie

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It’s reasonably understandable for a brand as old as Mr. Gatti’s to want to adapt to the changing restaurant landscape. Read more

A burger bacchanalia brings FWFWF to a meaty close



Despite our city’s ongoing culinary evolution, we’re still a town that likes a good burger — a point hammered home Saturday night at the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival’s finale, a love letter to... Read more

‘Rise + Dine’: a bunch of brunch to munch



Rise + Dine, the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival’s “next-level brunching” event, can remind you just how much &#x... Read more

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