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

Past its prime? Pappas Burger in Fort Worth to close Sunday

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The west Fort Worth location of Pappas Burger, an extended experiment from the otherwise thriving Pappas restaurant chain, will close Sunday after nine years, according to an announcement posted Friday online. Read more

Al Biernat’s taking a Del Frisco’s spot in Dallas

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Del Frisco’s may be pulling up stakes and steaks in North Dallas but that doesn’t mean that carnivores in the area are going to have to go meatless. Read more

DFW’s 5 best cups of coffee

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Special to the Star-Telegram

In honor of National Coffee Day, grab a cup of joe at one of these DFW coffee shops. Read more

Changing scenery, greenery at M&O Station Grill



When the M&O Station Grill opened, it was all about nostalgia. Read more

State Fair; Reviewing the Big Tex Choice Awards finalists

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Special to the Star-Telegram

It wasn’t that long ago that “fried food” wasn’t one of the first things that came to mind when we thought of the State Fair of Texas. Read more

But wait — there’s still more new State Fair of Texas food


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State Fair of Texas foods are about so much more than the Big Tex Choice Awards finalists. That’s just eight concoctions. Big Tex might like them the most, but he is a big guy, and he wants more choice than that. Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: La Perla retools menu to be more plant-friendly


Special to DFW.com

It’s been a little disconcerting for a vegetarian to watch the menu changes at La Perla, the Latin-inflected bar in downtown Fort Worth that has an ambitious food menu. Read more

Black-eyed Pea ‘temporarily closed’ on Camp Bowie in Fort Worth



The Black-eyed Pea restaurant on Camp Bowie Boulevard, the only remaining location in Fort Worth, has a “temporarily closed” sign on the door, with a promise that “We will let you know when we are able to reopen.” Read more

Dallas Cowboys’ new Stadium Club working out rookie woes



The new Stadium Club offers everyday dining for Dallas Cowboys fans, and thankfully at lower prices than the AT&T Stadium concession line. Read more

From Roanoke to Southlake, Texas 114 is booming with eateries

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When the Bread Winners Café and Bakery & Quarter Bar open this fall in Trophy Club, they will join a growing stable of restaurants in the cities that sit along Texas 114 in Northeast Tarrant County. Read more

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