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

The Lonesome Vegetarian: New menu items make for a tasty change of seasons


Marilyn Bailey

Del Frisco’s Grille, that carnivore hot spot where the food side of the menu is headlined “Meat Up,” has never held much appeal for vegetarians. Read more

Restaurant review: Luscher’s Red Hots in Dallas

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As anyone in North Texas who has tried to find one knows, really good hot dogs are hard to come by. Read more

Restaurant review: Pho Hung Restaurant in Fort Worth

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Rest easy, Haltom City Vietnamese food acolytes: The crispy egg noodles taste exactly the same. Read more

Eats Beat: From Dallas to Napa to Tanglewood, with gourmet-to-go

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Once, 20 years ago, Katie Schma was chef at a four-star Dallas restaurant. Read more

Magonlia brunch crawl: Brewed



A few years ago, I wrote a story about brunches in DFW that featured 10 restaurants: six in Tarrant County, one in Denton and three in Dallas. Read more

First bite: Gino’s East


Cary Darling

If you’re craving deep-dish pizza, then you’d better not be in a hurry when you step into Gino’s East in Arlington, the first North Texas outpost for the Chicago chain known for its thick-crust creations. Read more

Eats Beat: Some winners near Colonial, and wait till next year

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By next Colonial, the South University Drive restaurant scene will look very different. Read more

Texas brew review: Independence Brewing introduces a refreshing, tart summer beer


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Everyone has their own definition for the ideal refreshing beverage. Water, lemonade, sports drink, beer: the list is endless. Read more

Restaurant review: World of Beer in Fort Worth

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The chain’s second Tarrant location has some worthwhile pub grub, and a big selection of beers to wash it all down. Read more

Eats Beat: New menus at Del Frisco’s Grille and a habanero-hot burger



Del Frisco’s Grille can’t escape its good name. Read more

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