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

Wine and beer to pair with Girl Scout cookies

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Star-Telegram

It’s no secret that adults love Girl Scout cookies just as much as kids do — perhaps even more. Read more

Eats Beat: Mac’s and Sage get second chance in Grapevine

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Grapevine is the city of second chances. Read more

Restaurant review: Maria Cuca’s in Keller

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DFW.com

When we walked into Maria Cuca’s Mexican Cuisine on a busy Saturday night, we encountered some small confusion: The hostess wasn’t sure whether seats were available, or how long the wait would be. Another employee quickly stepped in and said the wait wouldn’t be long. A third... Read more

First bite: Dallas Grilled Cheese Co.

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Cary Darling

Grilled cheese has joined cupcakes and tacos as the latest in the line of comfort foods given a hipster makeover. Read more

Restaurant review: Henry’s Majestic in Dallas

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DFW.com

Like the cocktails it serves at its dueling bars, Henry’s Majestic has a complicated formula with many moving parts that come together to work in unexpected harmony. Read more

Eats Beat: Grady Spears to open chicken-fried steak cafe in Stockyards

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DFW.com

The “Cowboy in the Kitchen” is back in town. Read more

Texas brew review: Saint Arnold’s limited-release beers are truly Divine

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Restaurant review: El Primo’s Mexican Grill & Cantina

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DFW.com

There are plenty of Mexican restaurant “joints,” and plenty of mid-range Mexican restaurant chains, but there aren’t a lot of restaurants that fit the category of upscale Tex-Mex. El Primo’s Mexican Grill & Cantina in Mansfield nicely helps fill that hole. Read more

Eats Beat: Family-style Mudd’s revived in Krum

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DFW.com

After a 12-year absence, Mudd’s Good Eatin’ is back. Read more

Pics: ZestFest 2015 in Irving

Scott Fischer

Heat-seekers aimed their palates toward the Irving Convention Center on Saturday, for the annual festival of all things spicy. Read more

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