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

Eats Beat: New faces, new dishes, new prices at Hedary’s Lebanese



Joseph Hedary moves his popular Celaborelle menu to the family’s legacy Ridglea location. Read more

Eats Beat: New dishes at old favorites, and a new owner at the Rooster



You just thought you knew all about Yogi’s breakfasts or The Lunch Box sandwiches and salads. Read more

Thurber Mingus to enter FW burger-taco fray


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A few things the words “Thurber Mingus” might call to your mind: Read more

Lonesome vegetarian: Vegan menu now at Mijo’s Fusion


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Along the Magnolia Avenue restaurant row in Fort Worth’s near southside, we’ve celebrated Spiral Diner, the all-vegan restaurant, and noted places like Lili’s Bistro that are unusually welcoming to meatless diners. Read more

Restaurant review: Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries in Bedford

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Into the sizzling hot burger wars in North Texas comes a Carolina-based chain that’s trying to travel a middle road between $10 gourmet burgers and $2 fast food: Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries. Read more

Weekend Chef: Turkey Web App 2.0



Our Weekend Chef has put together a web app with helpful tips for buying and cooking the bird. This year’s 2.0 update includes step-by-step turkey carving instructions with pictures! Just open t... Read more

Eats Beat: Turkey dinners for $100, please — or closer to $10


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You could spend a lot of money being thankful Thursday. Read more

Restaurant review: The Lunch Box in north Fort Worth

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A strip center is a strip center — usually. But this one, off Western Center Boulevard in north Fort Worth, is now home to two noteworthy, beloved west side restaurants that have migrated north, like culinary emissaries impervious to I-35W traffic. Read more

Obituary: Hope Lancarte, who ran Joe T. Garcia’s for decades

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Star-Telegram archives

Esperanza “Hope” Lancarte, the grande dame of the Fort Worth restaurant trade who worked from childhood in the kitchen of her parents’ restaurant and, with her sister, built the iconic Joe T. Garcia’s restaurant into an award-winning destination, died Thursday after a... Read more

From 2005: Remembering Hope Lancarte


Star-Telegram archives

Hope Lancarte, the matriarch of the beloved Joe T. Garcia’s restaurant family, died Thursday in Fort Worth. This July 5, 2005 column by Bud Kennedy was written on the occasion of Joe T’s 70th year in business. Read more

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