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Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival: Opening night

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DFW.com

It was pretty easy to tell that the guy asking about tofu was being facetious. We were, after all, standing in line for a sample plate from Black’s Barbecue, a Lockhart-based joint with a hungry following, and ribs were being sliced off... Read more

Food, literary festivals aren’t big money, just big fun

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Star-Telegram

Fort Worth is hosting a couple of little nonprofit festivals. Read more

La Perla Negra and Thompson’s: first sips (and bites)

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DFW.com

Within the past couple of weeks, two new bars — La Perla Negra and Thompson’s — have opened o... Read more

Texas brew review: bills bring good and bad to craft beer biz

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DFW.com

It’s not particularly common to hear politics discussed in this publication — we usually leave that to the news folks at the Star-Telegram. However, our ears perk up at DFW.com when the politics of booze come up. Read more

Eats Beat: Cannon Chinese ready and firing

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DFW.com

Cannon Chinese is not like any other Chinese restaurant. Read more

La Blue Casa set to open in Arlington

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La Blue Casa

La Blue Casa, which has been rolling as a food truck in DFW for a couple of years, is about to also become — well, a blue casa. With lots of interesting dishes inside. Read more

Preview: Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival

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DFW.com archives

On the final day of 2014’s inaugural Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival, we caught up with Russell Kirkpatrick, the festival’s director and co-founder, and asked him to sum up the fest’s first time out. He was succinct. Read more

Eats Beat: Barbecue, desserts added to fest menu

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Star-Telegram

The second Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival is not limited to Fort Worth. Read more

Restaurant review: Samson’s Market Bistro in Fort Worth

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DFW.com

Is it some sort of culinary irony that Fort Worth’s only Ethiopian restaurant is next door to one of the more ubiquitous food-stops in the city? Read more

La Perla Negra to open Thursday in Fort Worth

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Facebook/Courtesy of La Perla Negra

Much of the action in downtown Fort Worth is centered on Sundance Square, meaning that much of it is north of Seventh Street. But there’s action south of Seventh, too, and there’s been a sudden burst of activity on the 900 block of Houston, which is a couple of blocks south of Seventh. Read more

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