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

Chalio Mexican Restaurant can still bowl you over

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Special to the Star-Telegram

There’s nothing like a steaming hot bowl of beef-rib birria on an 85-degree, extraordinarily humid spring evening. Read more

Tarrant breweries invite yogis to sip and stretch

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Would you like an IPA with that upward-facing dog? Read more

‘Beer cafe’ What’s on Tap coming to Keller (update)



What’s on Tap, a craft-beer “cafe” that currently has one location in the Denton County community of Highland Village, is expanding south. Read more

Heim Barbecue gives Rougned Odor free meals for life

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Maybe you’ve heard about the Rougned Odor-Jose Bautista kerfuffle at Globe Life Park over the weekend? Read more

Inzo Italian in Fort Worth, Roanoke offers more than pizza

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In a metropolitan area suddenly spinning with artisan pizzas, Inzo Italian Kitchen Pizza & Wine is expanding its full Italian menu. Read more

Clown Burger takes brief hiatus as owner retires



The notice popped up on Facebook a couple of days ago: Bill Louthan, the owner of longtime Haltom City joint Clown Burger, was retiring. He’d already hinted at it, but in essence, he was retiring now... Read more

The Bearded Lady’s burger will make you fall in L.U.S.T.


Special to DFW.com

The Bearded Lady has been open on Fort Worth’s Magnolia Avenue for three years, quenching thirsts in the Near Southside with craft beers and a crafty menu, all in a Craftsman bungalow (officially on Seventh Avenue, but this place is totally Magnolia, especially with its people-watching pat... Read more

Go east for eatin’ at Fort Worth restaurants



When we think about the culinary pride and joy of Fort Worth, we often look to the Near Southside, where award-winning restaurants line Magnolia Avenue. Or our thoughts race west, to where some of the city’s finest restaurants call home, Le Cep and Piola among them. Read more

How a Fort Worth burrito shop skimped on gifts to veterans

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Plenty of restaurants claim a “portion” of your purchase will go to charity. Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: Not all veggie plates in mainstream eateries are created equal


Special to DFW.com

When you’re a vegetarian married to a carnivore, you tend to eat out a lot. At a restaurant, it’s easier for each person to get what they want. Read more

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