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Eats Beat: Come out of the haze and into Jimadores



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

Eats Beat: Barbecue for Dagwoods and Arlington, and a short Dutch’s burger break



The new Dagwoods restaurants are stacked triple-triple deep across Fort Worth. Read more

Out with the old (Ridglea Hedary’s), in with the new (lease for Revolver)

The new year brought new life to one Fort Worth restaurant that was expected to close, but an older landmark went dark Thursday night. Read more

Eats Beat Podcast: DFW restaurant Mo-mentum for 2016

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It's been another satisfying year for local food fans, with some great new restaurants, some very memorable meals and Read more

Ring in 2016 with belly dancers, barbecue or beef Wellington


Del Frisco’s Grille

Restaurants got the message: We don’t like higher prices on holidays. Read more

Eats Beat: A new oyster bar, and where to take guests



West Fort Worth got oysters for Christmas. Read more

Eats Beat: Tamale sellers offer Christmas spirit by the dozen

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A north Fort Worth factory sells tamales and serves lunches; also, don’t forget the cookies for Santa. Read more

Eats Beat: Christmas dining in Fort Worth, Arlington restaurants


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Every day, a reader asks, “When will you list the restaurants open for Christmas lunch?” Read more

Eats Beat: Clown Burger has serious staying power



Before McDonald’s, before drive-throughs, there was Clown Burger. Read more

Eats Beat: Benefit dinner, supper-club pianist new at Mercury Chop



Mercury Chop House is open Christmas Day and night. Read more

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