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Eats Beat: Tokyo Cafe returns by fall, with a Chinese spinoff

Tokyo Cafe


For a simple summer dinner, Tokyo Cafe was perfect last Saturday, down to the jalapeños and roe atop the tuna-shrimp “New York Sunrise” roll. Read more

Eats Beat: One more new Chop House, just to further confuse us



The “other” Chop House Burger is coming to Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: More Jon Bonnell is good news for college football fans

Empty Bowls


Jon Bonnell is full of good news these days, and not just for oysters or gumbo. Read more

Eats Beat: Plate up a steak or barbecue for Dad



Dad always gets short shrift. Father’s Day isn’t the No. 1 dining holiday. Or No. 2 or No. 3. Read more

Eats Beat: Mixing it up for a free Father’s Day burger



Mixed-Up Burgers is all about the in-between. Read more

Eats Beat: New sweets provide first peek at new menu at Olenjack’s



Olenjack’s Grille hasn’t unveiled its new dinner menu yet. But if it’s anything like the new pastry menu, Olenjack’s will become the go-to restaurant between Dallas and Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: Concerts and cheesecake? Chain-dining fave sets up by Bass Hall

Cheesecake Factory Opens 3


The new Cheesecake Factory at East Third and Commerce streets is expected to open by the winter holidays. Read more

Eats Beat: Sausage Shoppe joins the south Tarrant barbecue scene



The south Tarrant County barbecue selection is growing. Read more

Eats Beat: New tollway leads to new dining choices

Del Norte Tacos in Godley


Wood-fired rotisserie chicken, steaks and Indian cuisine are a short drive off the Chisholm Trail Parkway. Read more

Eats Beat: Too many burgers in Fort Worth’s West 7th district?



This may get me thrown off the Battle of the Burgers team. Read more

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