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

Restaurant review: El Primo’s Mexican Grill & Cantina

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There are plenty of Mexican restaurant “joints,” and plenty of mid-range Mexican restaurant chains, but there aren’t a lot of restaurants that fit the category of upscale Tex-Mex. El Primo’s Mexican Grill & Cantina in Mansfield nicely helps fill that hole. Read more

Eats Beat: Family-style Mudd’s revived in Denton County



After a 12-year absence, Mudd’s Good Eatin’ is back. Read more

Pics: ZestFest 2015 in Irving

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Heat-seekers aimed their palates toward the Irving Convention Center on Saturday, for the annual festival of all things spicy. Read more

Eats Beat: Longer hours, more lunches for Clay Pigeon

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Now that dinners are busy, Clay Pigeon Food & Drink is expanding lunch. Read more

Matt’s Rancho Martinez closes in Colleyville

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After opening less than a year ago, the Colleyville location of Tex-Mex restaurant Matt’s Rancho Martinez is closing, along w... Read more

Kolaches in DFW: in search of Czech-style goodness

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According to Bon Appetit magazine, my grandmother is a trend-setter for 2015 — even though she died in 1975. Read more

Lonesome vegetarian: Going meatless at the Stock Show


Robert Philpot

After 15 years in Fort Worth, I finally decided to get over my fear of attending the Stock Show. As a longtime vegetarian, I’ve resisted looking too closely at the animals and learning in detail about cattle raising and associated subjects. But I very much respect the early history of Cowt... Read more

Restaurant review: Wild Mushroom in Fort Worth

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Before it closed last year, Ray’s Prime Steak and Seafood was a west-side magnet for two reasons: superb steaks and a happening bar. Read more

Restaurant review: Hedary’s Mediterranean Restaurant Fort Worth

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Over the years, Hedary’s Mediterranean Restaurant, the nearly-40-year-old bastion of basted chicken, has satisfied customers with its bistro-esque mix of maza plates and kebabs. And at this point, its frarej chicken deserves some sort of historic designation. Read more

Eats Beat: Mi Cocula fires up Ridglea, and Chuy’s lands in Southlake



The Moreno family’s new Fort Worth restaurant developed a quick following. Read more

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