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

Around the world in south Arlington: a mini-boom in global cuisine



It’s a shopping center that looks like any other, low-profile and nondescript, located in the suburban sprawl that is south Arlington, just north of The Parks mall and the traffic-gnarled Cooper Street-Interstate 20 interchange. Read more

Martin House a home to adventurous brewing and branding


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Fort Worth’s Martin House celebrates its fourth anniversary Saturday, and it has a good reason to party. Read more

Angelo’s Bar-B-Que adding new side dishes

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Change comes slowly to Angelo’s Bar-B-Que, and customers like it that way. Read more

For a fine meal in Grapevine, go to Main Street — the bistro part

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Those in search of a fine meal at Grapevine’s Main Street Bistro & Bakery, take note: You’re looking for the “bistro” part. Read more

Heim Barbecue moves plan for its second location

Heim Barbecue


In December, Heim Barbecue announced that it would open a second location on White Settlement Road, in addition to its busy b... Read more

At downtown Tex-Mex spot, salad is a Wild choice



Nobody goes to a Tex-Mex restaurant for salad. Read more

Bankhead Bistro in Aledo is a comforting stop on a historic highway

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Special to the Star-Telegram

According to the Texas Historical Commission, Bankhead Highway, one of the United States’ first transcontinental highways, had its beginnings in 1916. It stretched from Washington, D.C., to San Diego, with a ... Read more

Chop House Burger offers downtown Cowtown alternative


Kevin Marple

Back in 2014, when DFW.com reviewed the Euless location of Chop House Burger, the article mentioned that the CHB website Read more

Bronson Rock to restart its engines Friday in Keller


Edward Balusek

Bronson Rock Burgers and Beer, as we’ve often noted, gets its name from biker slang: A “Bronson rock” is any unconventional tool used to repair a motorcycle. It comes from the late ’60s TV series “Then Came Bronson,” in which protagonist Jim Bronson used ... Read more

Hats off to the breakfast taco in Texas?



Texas lawmakers are looking at some serious issues but may wade in to official state breakfast items and clarifying which emoji does not represent the Texas state flag. Read more

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