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

Restaurant review: Whole Foods Market in Colleyville

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While Neapolitan pizzerias are opening in towns across Dallas-Fort Worth, none had colonized Colleyville. Which entrepreneur, which chain would be first? Read more

Eats Beat: FW chef Lancarte ready to get Righteous



Lanny Lancarte would like to open Righteous Foods any day. Read more

BBQ Safari: Mama Faye’s BBQ in Deep Ellum


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The best barbecue anywhere is ’cue that someone has cooked in their own back yard. The methods used to produce it don’t always lend themselves to commercial enterprises, so no matter how good your favorite barbecue joint is, there is someone doing it better in their back yard with a... Read more

AT&T Stadium goes full flavor with new menu

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Dallas Cowboys fans will get to grub on several new upscale menu items at the season opener Sunday. Read more

Eats Beat: Crossroads barbecue on way to a winning season



Quietly and patiently, Eddie Deen Crossroads Smokehouse has built a good barbecue reputation. Read more

Lonesome Vegetarian: It can be even lonelier for a vegan


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Dining out in DFW while trying to avoid not just meat, but eggs, dairy, and even honey. Read more

Texas brew review: 903’s The Chosen One

Not all breweries are in a big hurry to take over the world. For every brewery with scores of investors and ambition for days, there are a handful that are perfectly content with starting their operations small and keeping them that way for awhile. Read more

Hot restaurants of DFW: 2014 edition

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Things are cooking in the local restaurant scene, with 2014 delivering not just new spots but also hot trends, from ramen and pho to gourmet popsicles and ice cream. Read more

Eats Beat: CBS anchor Vinita Nair’s tastes tend toward Texas classics


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News anchor Vinita Nair interviews big-name chefs on CBS This Morning: Saturday. Read more

Big Tex awards go to Funnel Cake Ale, fried shrimp concoction

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On the way home from a family vacation to New Orleans, Clint Probst got the first spark of an idea. Read more

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