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

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As we celebrate America's 239th birthday Saturday, there's another milestone worth celebrating in Fort Worth. Read more

Dinner Lab adds mystery to the menu

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Barbecue in Texas is about smoked ribs and brisket and chicken — cooked low and slow and lathered in a sweet and tangy sauce, a dripping mess of tender goodness. Read more

Eats Beat: A new chill for Burleson



What better day than July 4 to sell hot dogs and icy desserts? Read more

Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles coming to Southlake



Chicken and waffles, once a soul-food diner staple, are now everywhere — soul-food spots like Button’s, hip spots like Read more

Restaurant news for July


New dining options and an old favorite gets a new name and look this month. Read more

Restaurant review: Fixture in Fort Worth


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We’re still sad about the demise of 24 Plates, the restaurant that opened in 2014 in a vintage building on the eastern edge of Fort Worth’s Magnolia Boulevard, next to Thai restaurant Spice and the Proper bar. Read more

Eats Beat: Hot dogs go from all-American to all kinds


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At some point, July Fourth became the Hot Dog Holiday. Read more

Live Oak Music Hall previews new menu



Since it opened in June 2012, Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge has become known for being a good concert venue; for having one of the best (maybe the best) rooftop bar areas in Fort Worth; and for having a kitchen menu that’s undergo... Read more

Texas Brew Review: Celebrating American craft beers for the Fourth of July


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On this most American of weekends, it’s become understood that celebrating our country’s independence goes with raising a beer or two in revelry. And over the next several days, you will surely see your fair share of Budweiser cans and bottles emblazoned with stars and stripes. Tho... Read more

Restaurant review: Qana Cafe & Hookah Fort Worth

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Qana Cafe & Hookah, a tiny family-owned restaurant that dishes up dolmas and falafel, reminds me of one of my all-time favorite pita pit-stops, also on Fort Worth’s west side: George’s Imported Foods. Read more

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