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Eats Beat: Olivella’s pizza stands up to competition

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Before Cane Rosso, there was Olivella’s. Read more

Eats Beat: Time’s short for Hatch-pepper menus

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Cast Iron’s Hatch pepper season comes with an afterburn. Read more

Eats Beat: Tillman’s Light? Look for Market + Table

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Fox

After her Hell’s Kitchen TV gig, chef Kalen Morgenstern was ready for a move. Read more

Eats Beat: Lower prices but not smaller plates for Restaurant Week

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Star-Telegram

Any DFW Restaurant Week dinner is a bargain, some more than others. Read more

Eats Beat: KC chef’s new Spin! has more than pizza

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The Kansas City Star

An award-winning Kansas City chef has brought yet more pizza to Southlake. Read more

Eats Beat: Meat and more on VB Steakhouse’s $20 August lunch deal

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Star-Telegram

Arlington’s newest steakhouse knows how to make friends fast. Read more

Eats Beat: New dishes, new surprises at Pegaso Diner

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DFW.com

The online reviews are true: Pegaso Mexican Diner has improved. Read more

Eats Beat: Schnitzel with your strudel? Swiss Pastry adds dinner

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Star-Telegram

The Swiss Pastry Shop has grown beyond cake and sandwiches. Read more

Eats Beat: Fort Worth chef takes NY spin, then home for specials

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Star-Telegram

Grace chef Blaine Staniford is on his way to cook a $170 dinner Monday night at the James Beard House in New York. Read more

Eats Beat: An Aspen comeback at the ’Shroom

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DFW.com

The Wild Mushroom Steakhouse is going Ridglea retro. Read more

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