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Eats Beat: Love New Orleans-style at Ellerbe

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Valentine’s should not be limited to one night. Read more

Eats Beat: Dinner by the river? Press Cafe has it

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Felipe Armenta set out to build a “little cafe by the river.” Read more

Eats Beat: Park Village adds contemporary Thai in Malai Kitchen

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Southlake’s new Park Village has new restaurants, with a side helping of irony. Read more

Eats Beat: A Max’s update, and gear up for Mardi Gras

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First, a warning about Valentine’s Day: Read more

Eats Beat: Menu good reading at the Library Cafe

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Readers often ask where to dine or meet between Fort Worth and Arlington. Read more

Eats Beat: From cowboy cuisine to all-night chili

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You might say the Stock Show has more than fair food. Read more

Eats Beat: For holiday weekend, double the brunch at Buttons, Max’s

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If a Sunday buffet is good, why not two? Read more

Eats Beat: More than games at Varsity Tavern

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Here’s the basic rule for judging a bar-and-grill: Read more

Eats Beat: batter-fried bacon, omelet burgers and more at Pouring Glory

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So far, Pouring Glory has been promoted as a craft-beer pub and grill. Read more

Eats Beat: Come out of the haze and into Jimadores

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Jimadores Mexican Cuisine’s new second location in North Richland Hills is as good as the first, giving the Acosta family Tex-Mex bookends along the Airport Freeway. Read more

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