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

Restaurant review: Bar Louie in Hurst

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Pleasing gastropub fare can soak up your selection from a long list of cocktails, beers and more. Read more

Restaurant review: Stay C’s Kitchen in Arlington

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It may be easier to find it by scent than sight. Go south on Cooper Street and right before you get to Mansfield, you’ll start to smell chicken and burgers smoking on a charcoal grill. Look to the west, into the parking lot of an innocuous strip mall, and you’ll see Edwin Liddie wor... Read more

Preview: Burgers 4 Babies at Woodshed Smokehouse


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In 2003, Tim Love and his wife, Emilie, had twin girls who were born prematurely. They’re healthy now, but Love says that the early experience was one that he doesn’t wish on anybody. Read more

Super Chix about to hatch in Arlington


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Super Chix, which boasts that it has “last true chicken sandwich,” is about to launch -- and its first restaurant will be in Arlington, Ad Age ... Read more

Weekend Chef: 2014 Shake and Bake Off at TMS



It is a big sports weekend with both the Final Four at AT&T Stadium and the Sprint Cup & Nationwide Series O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 and Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. But for me it has b... Read more

Eats Beat: Rounding up contenders for the great meal finals



Arlington can beat Kentucky’s chicken and match Connecticut’s pizza. Read more

BBQ Safari: Mike Anderson’s BBQ House in Dallas, Texas


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For this week’s safari, we once again give Eastern BBQ a try — east of the airport at least. Read more

Restaurant review: Bread Zeppelin in Irving

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Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, celery — salad is not exactly an easy thing to reinvent. You can pile on more ingredients, add some fancy greens, make your own dressing, but in the end, a salad is a salad is a salad. Read more

Final Four food: Arlington restaurants expect to score big during tourney

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Some restaurants downtown and around the entertainment district say they are changing up their menus, staying open later and offering shuttle service and specials to cash in on the 80,000-plus tourists flocking to town for the upcoming NCAA Men’s Final Four. Read more

Refining the palate: Upscale dining making a move in Arlington

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Already, the R Bar & Grill is on the map, despite opening just one week ago. Read more

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