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

Magonlia brunch crawl: Brewed



A few years ago, I wrote a story about brunches in DFW that featured 10 restaurants: six in Tarrant County, one in Denton and three in Dallas. Read more

First bite: Gino’s East


Cary Darling

If you’re craving deep-dish pizza, then you’d better not be in a hurry when you step into Gino’s East in Arlington, the first North Texas outpost for the Chicago chain known for its thick-crust creations. Read more

Eats Beat: Some winners near Colonial, and wait till next year

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By next Colonial, the South University Drive restaurant scene will look very different. Read more

Texas brew review: Independence Brewing introduces a refreshing, tart summer beer


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Everyone has their own definition for the ideal refreshing beverage. Water, lemonade, sports drink, beer: the list is endless. Read more

Restaurant review: World of Beer in Fort Worth

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The chain’s second Tarrant location has some worthwhile pub grub, and a big selection of beers to wash it all down. Read more

Eats Beat: New menus at Del Frisco’s Grille and a habanero-hot burger



Del Frisco’s Grille can’t escape its good name. Read more

Taco Heads to open brick-and-mortar restaurant

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One of Fort Worth’s most popular and longest-running food trucks has found a new parking place that won’t require wheels. Read more

Restaurant review: Mi Cocula Mexican Grill in Fort Worth

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A hunt for good Mexican food on Fort Worth’s west side could lead you to any number of places: Salsa Fuego and Mariposa’s Latin Kitchen for cheffy takes on traditional dishes; tiny taqueria Dos Hermanos for out-of-this world barbacoa tacos; Anakaren Bakery for dynamite Mexican break... Read more

Eats Beat: Artisan pizza goes west; also, a name switch for the Pour House



If Aledo has an artisan pizza restaurant, could Lake Worth be far behind? Read more

The Lonesome Vegetarian: Laura Samuel Meyn scores with a Texas approach to veggie cooking

It’s official: Vegetarians in Cowtown are totally a thing. Read more

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