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Eats Beat: Fort Worth’s dining scene is ready for company

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DFW.com

The food festival tickets are pricey, but they cover eight events over four days. Read more

Eats Beat: Chef grub or truck grub? An Arlington hotel offers both

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DFW.com

Arlington’s newest restaurant is getting closer. Read more

Eats Beat: A James Beard-honored chef takes Fort Worth to Bite City

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DFW.com

‘Chef Eddy’ came from a Thai restaurant in Dallas, but his latest restaurant is new American. Read more

Eats Beat: When driving U.S. 281 S, keep an eye out for pie

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DFW.com

Texans are learning about the Great Texas Pieway. Read more

Eats Beat: Talkin’ morning tacos, from Torchy’s to Salsa Limón

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DFW.com

Sometimes a “Hey, Bud!” question can’t be answered in a paragraph. Read more

Eats Beat: Byblos, Hedary’s together again for Ridglea rebirth

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DFW.com

Marios Hedary is cooking in Ridglea again. Read more

Eats Beat: Two J.R.’s was too many, so make room for Gator’s Bayou

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Star-Telegram

Before J.R.’s, Jonny Ragland had Gator’s Bayou. Read more

Eats Beat: Mississippi sisters serve don’t-miss Southern cooking

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DFW.com

Arlington’s barbecue sisters set me straight right away. Read more

Eats Beat: New Chuyito’s blends burgers with Tex-Mex

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DFW.com

Can a local Tex-Mex restaurant family build a better burger? Read more

Eats Beat: After TV fame, Billy’s Oak Acres BBQ plans a second location

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DFW.com

Billy’s Oak Acres BBQ isn’t even a year old, and it’s already growing. Read more

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