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

Eats Beat: Dee Lincoln raises the steak stakes in Cowtown


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The “queen of steaks” is building a new corral on West Seventh Street, just a short mosey over from Will Rogers Coliseum. Read more

Texas brew review: Martin House’s new Salty Lady

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Salt isn’t an ingredient that leaps to mind when you think of beer or brewing. Read more

Lonesome Vegetarian: a wine dinner goes veggie at Grace



Vegetarians have been largely shut out of one aspect of high-end dining out: the wine dinner, a special event common at our nicer restaurants that pairs great wines with a meal that really lets the chef show off. Read more

Restaurant review: Lark on the Park in Dallas

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Changing your menu with the seasons has become a hot concept in the restaurant world. But few do it with the panache of Lark on the Park, the glass-walled, art-filled restaurant across from Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park from longtime restaurateur Read more

Moe’s Southwest Grill to open July 24 in Watauga


Moe’s Southwest Grill

You can tell a food joint has attitude when it features something called Joey Bag of Donuts -- and it’s a burrito. And a quesadilla dubbed John Coctostan -- a reference to the Chevy Chase movie Fletch. And a taco called ... well, a Taco Called Wanda (which fort... Read more

Eats Beat: Alex’s, Taziki’s two sides of Greek dining



Alex’s Greek Café and Taziki’s are both new. They’re seven miles apart by car, and continents away in spirit. Read more

Restaurant review: Hanabi Ramen & Izakaya in Fort Worth

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“Hey, it’s 100 degrees outside. Everybody — let’s go get ramen!” Read more

Colorado’s Modmarket moving into DFW



Two years ago, when Start -- with their motto of “real food fast” -- opened on Greenville Avenue in Dallas serving healthy takes on fast-food specialties like burgers and tater tots, who knew it would be a harb... Read more

Eats Beat: KC pizzeria set to give Southlake a Spin

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Kansas City’s favorite pizza is coming to Texas. Read more

Texas Brew Review: No Label Mint IPA

The craft brewing industry uses its fair share of zany ingredients. With the freedom to create comes the temptation to experiment, and small breweries are agile enough to make test batches and experiment with all kinds of ingredients. Read more

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