Home  >  Dining


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

Restaurant review: Winslow’s Wine Cafe

dfw dining2 winslows


Winslow’s Wine Cafe has been a convivial pillar of west Fort Worth’s restaurant community for years. Part of its rock-solid reputation has been grounded in its kitchen delivering New American larder dishes ranging from roasted tomato-basil soup and a refreshing wedge salad, to shrim... Read more

Eats Beat: Take-home tamales in a range of flavors – and prices

Tamales 1

DFW.com archives

Christmas dinner can be turkey-and-dressing. Read more

Texas brew review: A look back the 2014 beer scene

G1U3MEKF8.2Special to DFW.com

Special to DFW.com

Craft beer had a big year in 2014. Here are some of the local highlights: Read more

DFW eats: 10 best meals of 2014

Zoli's NY Pizza Tavern lead review 22

Special to DFW.com

Once again, the DFW.com dining team ate our way across North Texas this year, so it is with tight waistbands and tickled tastebuds that we share our 10 favorite meals of 2014. We found them in both old haunts and new kids on the block. In some cases, our favorites were defined by just one dish; i... Read more

Top 10 new DFW restaurants 2014

Clay Pigeon 106


In 2014, the Dallas-Fort Worth dining scene was graced with a bounty of terrific new restaurant openings. Here, we salute our favorite newcomers of the year. Read more

Year in DFW dining 2014: RIP to these restaurants

dfw dining 24 plates 0808


By choice or fate, many DFW restaurants, old and new, fell in 2014. A moment of silence, please, as we recognize some of those that passed on this year. Read more

DFW chefs: Where would they eat?

Indulge Waters 006


The question came up on a recent Eats Beat podcast on DFW.com: If you had holiday guests coming in from out of town, and you were treating them to a meal at an area restaurant, where would you take them? And where would you take them if, say, your rich, eccentric uncle were picking up the check? Read more

DFW 2014: The year in dining

dfw dining main Proof + Pantry


Dining out in Dallas-Fort Worth in 2014 brings to mind Newton’s laws of motion — that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Read more

Eats Beat: Campo Verde near Arlington a Santa salsa stop



Campo Verde’s Christmas lights are up. Read more

First bite: Pollo Tropical in north Fort Worth


Albert K Howard

Tarrant residents who live of off I-35W north of Loop 820 are probably familiar with Alliance Town Center, the seemingly never-ending shopping/restaurant development east of I-35. Read more

Page 1