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

Restaurant review: Hollywood Burger in Saginaw

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If you’ve ever been to Hollywood, you know that there’s a certain amount of grit that goes with the glamour, a working-stiff funkiness away from the more touristy parts. We were reminded of this at the original Hollywood Burger, a modest-looking joint in a similarly humble strip sho... Read more

Eats Beat: Enchilada diner rolling into TCU neighborhood



Dallas restaurateur Monica Greene contributed the recipes for Pegaso Mexican Diner, a new fast-casual family “Tex-Mex comfort food” cafe. Read more

Texas brew review: Shiner White Wing



In Texas, Shiner beers are everywhere. Ask people from other states to identify Texas beer and they’ll probably list Shiner Read more

Eats Beat: More is more at Mercury Chop House



For some restaurants, DFW Restaurant Week is a chance to skimp on size or quality. Read more

Restaurant review: 24 Plates in Fort Worth

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Longtime Fort Worthians have no doubt marveled at the ongoing redevelopment of the city’s south side, where once-forgotten buildings have been replaced by hotspot bars and independent, chef-driven restaurants. Read more

Eats Beat: Mac’s makes its move to historic Main Street Grapevine


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The casual steakhouse will close in Colleyville on Aug. 28, then reopen in time for GrapeFest. Read more

Lonesome Vegetarian: Navigating Hatch chile season


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As a vegetarian, I can’t really get into one of Texas’ big culinary experiences: great pit barbecue and that unmistakable smell of fine, slow-roasted meats. Read more

Torchy’s likes it hot for August


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When it comes to food, August is a heady month for heat-seekers. Blue Mesa Grill and Central Market are about to launch their Hatch chile f... Read more

Restaurant review: Le’s Wok Asian Food in Fort Worth

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Honestly, how many longtime mom-and-pop restaurants offer a diner the chance to participate in a full-on redemption — by helping a restaurant’s owner recover from a recent criminal attack, while you also happen to dine on some genuinely delicious and affordable Asian fare? Read more

Long lines a good sign as Bahama Buck’s plots area expansion

Some days, there are lines out the door of Bahama Buck’s, a snow cone and smoothie franchise that opened July 15 on the inner court of Montgomery Plaza on Fort Worth’s West Seventh Street. Read more

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