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Eats Beat: In Fort Worth, forget the sweets — bring on Spice

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Yes, Valentine’s is that budget-buster of a day for wine and chocolate sales. Read more

Eats Beat: Beacon Cafe lands near Keller with a new brunch buffet

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DFW.com

The Beacon Cafe grew too big for its airport. Read more

Eats Beat: Cane Rosso’s waiting, parking situation; Kona Grill opens

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DFW.com

Cane Rosso’s Jay Jerrier has learned the difference between Dallas and Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: New name, same friends and Greek dishes at Casablanca

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DFW.com

The name has changed at the Greek restaurant on North Beach Street. Read more

Eats Beat: Familiar pizzerias like Campisi’s, Mama’s make way for new Cane Rosso

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DFW.com

Seventy years ago, Texans discovered pizza. Read more

Eats Beat: After 60 years, Tarrant County finally lands a Matt’s Tex-Mex

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That famous Dallas restaurant is finally about to open in Tarrant County. Read more

Eats Beat: In north Tarrant County, new Cajun, tacos and tapas

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DFW.com

Inside Loop 820, we brag about chef-driven restaurants, gastropubs and locally sourced menus. Read more

Eats Beat: New sausage stop at West’s familiar kolache corner

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DFW.com

No complaints about Texas Monthly this week. Read more

Eats Beat: A new fast-service pizza counter goes for the snob appeal

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Pizza Snob is an artisan version of other fast-pizza shops; Cane Rosso opening by month’s end. Read more

Eats Beat: Look west for new choices in Parker County, and some not-so-Tex-Mex

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DFW.com

Fort Worth does not have the only restaurant boom. Read more

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