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

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

Melt makes Zagat list of 12 must-try ice cream shops

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Back in the spring, the opening of Melt Ice Creams on Fort Worth’s Rosedale Street inspired our look at independen... Read more

Eats Beat: Wild Salsa, Chop House Burger headed to Fort Worth



What downtown Fort Worth needs is more burgers and Mexican food. Read more

Legendary Fort Worth restaurant Massey’s demolished

Massey's Demolition


With an umbrella protecting her from the light rain, Diane Massey watched as a big part of her life disappeared Wednesday morning. Read more

Texas brew review: Community Texas Pils

Texas is a big state. It takes quite a bit to unify all the corners of such a large area, but organizations like the Texas Read more

Video: Massey's demolished

Massey's demolished

The legendary southside restaurant, famous for its chicken-fried steak, was bulldozed Wednesday Read more

Restaurant review: Landmark Bar & Kitchen in Fort Worth

Landmark Bar and Kitchen


We are sitting on the cedar outdoor deck of newly opened Landmark Bar & Kitchen, nursing a carafe of vodka, Red Bull and Skittles. A huge Great Dane runs up to me and plants a big lick on my cheek. I am one move away from creaming my wife... Read more

‘Cheeseburgers in Paradise’ at Eagle Mountain Lake


Daniel Stober

At DFW.com, we’re pretty burger-obsessed. Every odd-numbered year since 2009, we’ve held an NCAA-bracket-style burger battle, seeking the Read more

Eats Beat: Old-school soft-serve draws crowds to a new-generation Dairy Queen

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When it’s 100 degrees outside, sometimes frozen yogurt just won’t do. Read more

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