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‘Best burgers’ list likes Fort Worth’s Bearded Lady’s ‘L.U.S.T.’

DFW.com Burger Battle: Rodeo Goat


The 50 best burgers in Texas include many of Fort Worth’s familiar winners. Read more

At 1 year old, Local Foods Kitchen is a breakfast stop, too

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Local Foods Kitchen has made it a year. Read more

In Bedford, tiny Bizzi’s bistro pops cork on another wine award

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The list of Wine Spectator’s “Where to Drink Well” award-winners includes the usual suspects: Bob’s Steak and Chop, Capital Grille, Del Frisco’s. Read more

New Bird Café chef, menu ready to take flight in Sundance Square



Bird Café is getting a fresh set of wings. Read more

Vance Godbey’s restaurant going Tex-Mex: El Cerrito moving in



A 60-year restaurant landmark is reopening, but barbecue is giving way to fajitas and margaritas. Read more

Peaches: Not just for Weatherford anymore



The Parker County Peach Festival is Saturday, but Fort Worth restaurants also have begun to add peach menu items. Read more

Cancún is a short sail away in Fort Worth; also, free Blaze pizza



Cancún Mexican Restaurant opened when ceviche and vuelve à la vida shrimp cocktail were new here. Read more

‘Come and Get It’? McDonald’s using Texan heroism to sell burgers



The “Come and Take It” flag is a symbol of Texas’ proudest moment, when Anglo immigrants’ defiance at Gonzales triggered the war for independence. Read more

Why not every city can get a Babe’s: North Richland Hills is next


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Not every city can get a Babe’s Chicken Dinner House. Read more

Glen Rose for barbecue, Joshua for Texas-meets-Tex-Mex



The new Chisholm Trail Parkway now leads to breakfast, lunch or dinner. Read more

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