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

Wrapping up 2016: chili, chicken and cattle


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It figures: We ring out 2016 with fine-dining mainstay Cacharel gone, but with excitement at a fever pitch over new hangouts for fried chicken ( Gus’s), tacos and fried pies ( Fuel City) and chili con carne (the Chili ... Read more

Best new DFW restaurants 2016: Pizza, charcuterie, ethnic and more ’cue

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Dallas-Fort Worth had a fun year in dining, with lots of great new restaurants, from the inexpensive taqueria to the fine-dining spot with $50 entrees. We also welcomed new concepts and cuisines. Here are the 10 best new places that opened in 2016 — and most of our picks are in Fort Worth. Read more

The year in beer: growing up or selling out?



Market diversification in craft beer showed no signs of slowing down in 2016 and with it brought some big stories and trends. Here are some of the biggest from this year: Read more

DFW.com’s best bites 2016: From Havana to Seoul, from Revolver to Cannon



DFW.com food writers get around, and we eat a lot. Here are our favorite meals of 2016, some of which we encountered during the course of, um, “work” and others while we were out eating for the pure pleasure of it. Read more

The year in dining 2016: ’cue, chicken, crab, coffee and more

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For Fort Worth dining fans, 2016 was never a dull moment, with plenty of restaurant openings — and a few sad closings — to digest. Read more

Steaks, burgers Southlake ‘favorites,’ but it’s ramen for Cowtown


Kevin Marple

Everybody is offering dining tips these days, even a Los Angeles computer bot that searches newspaper reviews to auto-answer questions. Read more

Cowboys tee up new lunch, dinner menus at Stadium Club


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Out-of-town holiday guests always want to see the Stockyards or the art museums. Read more

Cooking Channel show to feature Fort Worth’s Stir Crazy Baked Goods

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When we did our Ice Cream in DFW: Behind the Scoops story in 2014, Melt Ice Creams owner Kari Crowe Seher, whose shop inspired the... Read more

Paco returns without John, still excels in Mexican cuisine

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Few restaurants face the double-edged sword of expectation confronting Paco’s Mexican Cuisine. Read more

DeVivo Bros. Latin Fusion closes in Southlake

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After less than a year, DeVivo Bros. Latin Fusion has closed in Southlake, in a spot that has seen other restaurants comes and go quickly. Read more

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