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Eats Beat: Thanksgiving dinners that are worth the drive

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A Thanksgiving away from home can still feel homey. Read more

Eats Beat: Nothing common about Common Ground Grill



Common Ground Grill & Tap in Fort Worth was supposed to be a lot like chef David Hollister’s Dagwoods restaurants. Read more

Eats Beat: Family turkey at Arlington Steak House, Highland Park Cafeteria

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Some of the old Thanksgiving family favorites are gone. Read more

Eats Beat: Turkey-and-dressing tamales rolling at Mariposa’s



The turkey is ready at Mariposa’s Latin Kitchen. Read more

Eats Beat: Byblos Lebanese now a Blue Zone restaurant in Fort Worth


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Byblos Lebanese Restaurant is the newest restaurant to join Fort Worth’s Blue Zones healthy dining campaign. Read more

Eats Beat: The Woodshed adds Love Shack burgers



The Tim Love restaurant empire is crossing state lines. Read more

Eats Beat: Tacos, tenderloin fill plates for Hurst’s Taste

The Taste of Northeast next week is not the biggest restaurant festival around. Read more

Eats Beat: El Rancho Grande rides thin chips to a big win



Finally, El Rancho Grande is in the spotlight. Read more

Eats Beat: A gravy-fueled bus tour stops at West Side Cafe



Nearing its 20th year, West Side Cafe is finally getting regional love. Read more

Eats Beat: Le Cep’s classy French cuisine turns 1 in style

Le Cep Restaurant is celebrating its anniversary. Read more

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