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

Yolk cracks the Sundance Square breakfast scene

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Is no food more polarizing than the egg? Read more

More than migas on Mariposa’s Sunday brunch



Always slow-paced and charming, Mariposa’s Latin Kitchen has added a relaxed Sunday brunch. Read more

In Fort Worth, golf week tees off with German pancakes, bacon



We talk a lot about golf-week hangouts in Fort Worth: Del Frisco’s, the Railhead Smokehouse, the Woodshed Smokehouse. Read more

Hot dog! Fletcher’s coming out to play this summer

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If you drive past Fair Park in early June and smell the sweet aroma of Fletcher’s Corny Dogs, those most beloved of deep-fried State Fair foods, don’t wo... Read more

Southlake’s Latin-Italian fusion is more than tacos and pizzas

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Weekday lunch can be hectic in Southlake. Read more

Earl’s 377 Pizza provides a sneak peek



As DFW.com contributor Teresa Gubbins says in her review of Olivella’s Camp Bowie this week, more pizza is a good thing. But if you live north of Loop 820, it can be a bit of a drive ... Read more

Chasing Chipotle: Can a new wave of build-it-yourself restaurants stack up to the burrito king?

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The dominant trend in fast-casual dining the last few years can be summed up in one brand name: Chipotle. Read more

Dive Oyster Bar’s only burger is worth the dive

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Opened in January near the Benbrook Traffic Circle, The Dive Oyster Bar is on its way to becoming as known for burgers as it is for seafood. During a recent visit, every table in the restaurant had at le... Read more

Reata to mark 20th anniversary with free champagne


Mike Micallef

In 1996, downtown Fort Worth was undergoing a bit of a boom. Bass Hall was under construction. The AMC Palace 9 opened, and a two-story Barnes & Noble came in not long after. Several restaurants came in; a couple are even still standing. Perhaps none is standing more against the odds than Read more

Camp Bowie restaurant Olivella’s is a welcome slice of the pizza pie

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More pizza is a good thing, and in that spirit, we welcome Olivella’s Camp Bowie, a new pizzeria import from Dallas. Read more

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