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

Restaurant review: Hoya Korean Kitchen in Fort Worth

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In both size and menu options, Hoya Korean Kitchen seems small, but this new restaurant in downtown Fort Worth packs a bigger punch than you might think. Read more

Eats Beat: Revolver takes new aim on a country-style hacienda

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Having conquered the west side, Revolver Taco Lounge is looking north. Read more

Spork opening in north Dallas


Chris Jeffers

We’ve joked before that we’d like to see Dallas chef John Tesar — the man behind Knife and the recently closed Sp... Read more

Fixture — Kitchen and Social Lounge: an update


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In February, we told you about Fixture, a new restaurant coming into the short-lived 24 Plates space just east of Hemphill Street on Fort Worth’s Magnolia Avenue. Read more

Restaurant review: Rabbits Garden Fresh Cafe Keller

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To its credit, Rabbits Garden Fresh Cafe sports an ambitious menu, all meant to allay suburban fast-food encroachment. Owner Matt Rakoczy opened the restaurant in January, aiming to offer the neighborhood a nutritious alternative. Read more

Eats Beat: Slimming down, shaping up and still dining out


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Fort Worth’s “eat healthy” restaurant promotion ends Thursday. Read more

Restaurant review: Social House Fort Worth

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As you enter The Social House, its “social” fizz pops like a freshly uncorked bottle of Dom Perignon. Read more

Eats Beat: ‘Dog’ fight in Fossil Creek



We talk about Fort Worth’s burger wars. Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: Planet Sub brings a new world of sandwiches


Marilyn Bailey

Downtown Fort Worth is lousy with sandwich shops, but many of them are not worth a look from vegetarians. Read more

Restaurant review: Old West Cafe in Arlington

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The name tells you a lot. You wouldn’t expect a place called Old West Cafe to offer kale chips or quinoa salad or vertical anything. It doesn’t. Read more

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