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Why not every city can get a Babe’s: North Richland Hills is next


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Not every city can get a Babe’s Chicken Dinner House. Read more

Glen Rose for barbecue, Joshua for Texas-meets-Tex-Mex



The new Chisholm Trail Parkway now leads to breakfast, lunch or dinner. Read more

Why’d that Fort Worth restaurant close?

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Two local restaurants closed this week, and neither seemed like a good idea. Read more

Want it your way? Try Hurst, Arlington for grilled cheese, doughnuts



Welcome to the Build-Your-Own generation. Read more

Uncorking a new West 7th pizza pub at Cork & Pig

FW Circle H Restaurant

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We never used to get excited about West Texas restaurants moving to town. Read more

Veggies, new restaurants growing in Alliance-Keller-Roanoke area

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Almost every week, a new chain restaurant with some interesting concept opens in north Tarrant County. Read more

BBQ on the Brazos has been in the news for its ’cue, too

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Some of us knew John Sanford before his barbecue restaurant was famous. Read more

On a horse ranch near Benbrook, Cafe 1187 chef is back in the saddle



Cafe 1187 chef Michele Tezak is back after missing Valentine’s Day, and Easter Sunday, and all the beautiful springtime flowers at her rural farmhouse restaurant. Read more

Sangria, swirls (and salads, too) for Mi Cocina anniversary



Mi Cocina Sundance Square is 21 years old. Read more

Doughnuts all around: If you like it, put a glazed ring on it


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Long beloved, then briefly discredited, the noble doughnut is back. Read more

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