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

Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival kicks off



The inauguaral Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival got off to a delicious start Thursday night, with crowds lining up at Billy Bob’s Texas to sample the wares of about a dozen Fort Worth restaurants -- and a couple of b... Read more

Eats Beat: Free cooking shows, chef talks part of Fort Worth fest



The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival is just beginning. Read more

Rahr & Sons proclaims April ‘Rahr-B-Q’ Month (update)


Courtesy of Rahr & Sons Brewing Co.

The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival will dominate the Fort Worth food scene during the last weekend in March, but as we noted recently, there are Read more

Rangers hope to bring home the bacon with changes at ballpark

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Texas Rangers fans, it’s time to wake up and smell the bacon — at the ballpark. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Real Ale’s Blakkr rocks hard



Heavy metal music is not easy to love. It can be nasty, aggressive, confrontational, sometimes downright evil — the stuff your grandma would probably be disappointed in you for listening to. Read more

Eats Beat: Four days of food and wine, and more than just one festival



Turns out festivalgoers aren’t having all the fun this weekend. Read more

Restaurant review: Barter in Dallas

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Brothers Patrick and Michael Halbert get points for perseverance. Read more

Weekend Chef: Roasted Bone Marrow



The Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival is this week, and after checking out the ticket prices, it looks like being a foodie can get a little expensive. So I figured I’d fix something “foodie” in honor of the festival, but keep it a little more on a “cowboy” budget. Read more

First look: Taco Diner in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square



Taco Diner opened its doors in downtown Fort Worth on Monday — an anticipated opening that helps fill in the coveted space in the new Sundance Square Plaza. Read more

Restaurant review: Jibaritos’ in Bedford

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There aren’t a lot of similarities between the landlocked blackland prairie of North Texas and the sea-splashed islands of the Caribbean. And the differences go well beyond matters of geography and weather. Read more

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