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

Texas Brew Review: Southern Star’s Valkyrie

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Special to DFW.com

Professional brewers all start somewhere, and that’s usually in a garage. Or in a back yard. Or in someone’s kitchen. Read more

Red Door Bistro in Fort Worth to close

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DFW.com

Sad news today for DFW foodies. Red Door Bistro in Fort Worth, which opened in December 2012 to rave reviews, is closing. Read more

Weekend Chef: How to cook a frozen steak

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DFW.com

Beef prices are hitting record highs the last couple of months, and they are not coming down anytime soon. A cattle shortage caused by the drought and a very harsh winter has the U.S cattle herd at its lowest level since 1951, and will take at least a year to recover. Read more

Restaurant review: Bite City Grill in Fort Worth

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Special to DFW.com

Chef Eddy Thretipthuangsin has barely been in Dallas-Fort Worth a year and already his career has seen some brisk action. Read more

BBQ Safari: Lockhart Smokehouse in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District

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Ever since I started my hunt for the holy grail of BBQ in North Texas, reader after reader has told me that I need to make the journey to Lockhart in Central Texas, which many believe to be the center of the barbecue universe. The Kreuz (pronounced “Krites) Market opened in 1900, and over ... Read more

Eats Beat: Lavender Cafe in Cooke County, Chop House Burger in Euless

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The lavender isn’t blooming at Lavender Cafe yet, but it’s close. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Grapevine Lakefire

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When starting a brewery, the first question most brewers get is “What beers are you going to launch with?” It’s a valid query — that first impression in many ways defines the approach brewers will take as they seek to carve out their niche in an increasingly crowded ma... Read more

Hold the lime for these margaritas

When life takes away your limes, make margaritas with the lemons. Or clementines. Or even a little-known fruit called tamarind. Read more

Eats Beat: J.R.’s ready for Easter, and then comes Gators Cajun

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DFW.com

Johnny Ragland hasn’t opened a new restaurant for — gosh, nearly a month now. Read more

Weekend Chef: Ramen Pop-up

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DFW.com

Our Weekend Chef checks out a ramen pop-up by chefs Jesus Garcia (Little Lilly Sushi) and Kevin Martinez (Tokyo Cafe) – yum! Read more

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