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

Eats Beat: Colleyville Whole Foods gets in on Neapolitan craze



The new grocery store in Colleyville is also a pizza hangout. Read more

Weekend Chef: Burgers, hot dogs and BBQ chicken – recipes for the 4th of July



The 4th of July is this weekend, time to fire up the grill and fix up some burgers, hot dogs and BBQ chicken, the big three of the backyard grill. I have pulled together some of my favorite recipes for the big three, along with fries and a... Read more

Whole Foods Colleyville: sneak peek


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The Colleyville location of Whole Foods Market doesn’t open until Tuesday, July 8, but we got a little taste of it on Wednesday. Read more

Eats Beat: A prime churrascaria washes into the West 7th shops



The new Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse made a thunderous arrival. Read more

Dining review: Shaw’s Patio Bar & Grill

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David and Ann Shaw were part of the Fort Worth food scene before there was a Fort Worth food scene, or at least a scene like the one we have today. Read more

Dining review: Aspen Creek in Irving

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Aspen Creek is located in a forest of chain restaurants and fast-food joints in Irving, along a stretch of Airport Freeway east of DFW Airport. But the 4-year-old Brinker-esque mini-chain, which has plans in the next few years to expand around North Texas, embraces all that is good in the land of... Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: going veggie in Fort Worth



“Isn’t it hard to be vegetarian in Cowtown?” Read more

Pop-up at Lanny’s: Seafood, sake and tequila dinner



I have been to a lot of pop-ups and special chef dinners before, but honestly, I was not sure how this seafood-sake-tequila dinner at Lanny’s Alta Cocina Mexicana restaurant was going to turn out. Read more

Eats Beat: In Arlington, a new burger contender rises



Our next DFW Burger Battle is a whole summer away. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Ranger Creek Oatmeal Pale Ale

Not long ago, San Antonio wasn’t particularly known for craft beer. The city had housed dozens of breweries since the late 1800s — the most famous of which are Lone Read more

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