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Steaks, burgers Southlake ‘favorites,’ but it’s ramen for Cowtown

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Kevin Marple

Everybody is offering dining tips these days, even a Los Angeles computer bot that searches newspaper reviews to auto-answer questions. Read more

What’s open for Christmas Day dining? Buttons, buffets and more

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bud@star-telegram.com

Every year, readers ask where to dine Christmas Day. Read more

Cowboys tee up new lunch, dinner menus at Stadium Club

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Out-of-town holiday guests always want to see the Stockyards or the art museums. Read more

Sincere, unassuming Tributary Cafe rises to the top in Riverside

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bud@star-telegram.com

What if Fort Worth had a little, family-run seafood restaurant, sort of like a Nonna Tata but with grilled fish and shrimp dinners? Read more

Mole, mescal at the new Mesa in Grapevine

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bud@star-telegram.com

The new Mesa is far from its tiny beginnings in Dallas’ Oak Cliff neighborhood, and not only in miles. Read more

Tex-Mex, burgers, margaritas and Christmas cheer at Campo Verde

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bud@star-telegram.com

It’s the most Campo Verde-ish time of the year. Read more

Crank up the heat: Tim Love chili, Gus’s Fried Chicken on the way

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bud@star-telegram.com

Chili and “hot chicken” will be warming us up within days. Read more

Bacon burnt ends, anyone? Get ready for two times as much Heim

Heim Barbecue

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Heim Barbecue, a fast favorite that has drawn statewide acclaim in only four months, will open a second location in west Fort Worth, Emma and Travis Heim announced Tuesday morning. Read more

No free steak for Sid Miller: He left a bad taste in Amarillo

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MyHighPlains.com

Texas’ agriculture commissioner was out making friends in the Lone Star State last week, or so Sid Miller must have thought. Read more

Biscuits, anyone? Austin restaurant Fixe to open in Fort Worth

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Fixe Austin on Facebook

An Austin restaurant known for handmade biscuits and “upscale comfort food” plans a location in Fort Worth. Read more

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