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

Eats Beat: Schnitzel with your strudel? Swiss Pastry adds dinner

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Star-Telegram

The Swiss Pastry Shop has grown beyond cake and sandwiches. Read more

Restaurant review: The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge Fort Worth

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Special to DFW.com

It had been a rough re-entry back to the real world after a recent island vacation — I know, cue the violins — the main problem being that I was still eating like I was on vacation. Read more

First bite: Tom+Chee in Dallas

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dfw.com

At first glance, Tom + Chee seems like your average sandwich shop. Read more

Eats Beat: Fort Worth chef takes NY spin, then home for specials

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Star-Telegram

Grace chef Blaine Staniford is on his way to cook a $170 dinner Monday night at the James Beard House in New York. Read more

Texas Brew Review: Uncle Billy’s flies the Lone Star flag for brewpub beers

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Breweries like Southern Star, Rahr and Sons, Franconia and (512) Brewing are all part of the small mid-2000s wave of Texas brewers that came before the current boom that we’re in the middle of now. Read more

Eats Beat: Arlington’s Potager may pull up roots

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Star-Telegram archives

One of Arlington’s most distinctive restaurants is gone, and another is endangered. Read more

Restaurant review: Mezcales Mexican Bar & Grill in Sansom Park

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Special to DFW.com

It’s become one of Fort Worth’s favorite pastimes, watching restaurants come and go in the old Williams Ranch House space on Jacksboro Highway. Read more

Restaurant review: Mash’d in Fort Worth

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DFW.com

“This drink tastes like something you would get at Sonic,” said one of my dining companions on a recent night at Mash’d, the new moonshine-and-eclectic-eats restaurant in West 7th. Read more

Eats Beat: An Aspen comeback at the ’Shroom

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DFW.com

The Wild Mushroom Steakhouse is going Ridglea retro. Read more

Restaurant review: Uchi Dallas

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Special to DFW.com

In the insular foodie world, Uchi Dallas ranks as one of the biggest local restaurant openings of the year. Any self-respecting diner has made the pilgrimage to the original in Austin, opened in 2003 by chef and founder Tyson Cole, whose precisely crafted sushi served in a renovated old house fee... Read more

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