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Angelo’s Bar-B-Que adding new side dishes

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Change comes slowly to Angelo’s Bar-B-Que, and customers like it that way. Read more

At downtown Tex-Mex spot, salad is a Wild choice

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Nobody goes to a Tex-Mex restaurant for salad. Read more

By any name, Texas loves the breakfast taco

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The breakfast taco is as old as Texas itself. Actually, older. Read more

In Arlington, the luck o’ the Irish comes with an order of nachos

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If any American city can truly claim to be the Nacho Capital of the World, it must be Arlington. Read more

Famous Lockhart pitmasters from Black’s, Kreuz coming to Fort Worth fes

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The Texas barbecue world is coming to Cowtown. Read more

Italy arrives in Colleyville, and ‘Chef Eddy’s’ Asian spot is next

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The new Loveria Caffe Taste of Italy is open, and a second might not be far behind. Read more

From banana pudding to French macarons at new Fort Worth bakeries

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Not many customers find their way to Loft22 Cakes near downtown. Read more

Good Food Co. brings Magnolia vibe to Fort Worth’s Race Street

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Good Food Co. serves better-quality burgers, cheesesteak sandwiches, chicken and side items at ordinary grill prices. The owners want to bring Near Southside spirit to the new River East district. Read more

Mardi Gras choices: Destiny’s, Southern Daiquiri and more

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Mardi Gras dining can mean chain-restaurant gumbo or étouffée . Read more

Lunch cafe inside the Botanic Garden sprouting new menu for spring

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Until this spring, the Gardens Restaurant lunch room hadn’t changed its menu much since — well, last century. Read more

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