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Changing scenery, greenery at M&O Station Grill

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When the M&O Station Grill opened, it was all about nostalgia. Read more

Dallas Cowboys’ new Stadium Club working out rookie woes

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The new Stadium Club sports grill offers everyday dining for north Arlington, and thankfully at lower prices than the AT&T Stadium concession lines. Read more

Dallas Cowboys’ new Stadium Club working out rookie woes

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The new Stadium Club offers everyday dining for Dallas Cowboys fans, and thankfully at lower prices than the AT&T Stadium concession line. Read more

Taverna Rossa’s $10 lunch deal: fancy pizza for a family price

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The Southlake pizzeria spins a weekday bargain. Also in the weekend Eats Beat wrap-up: Reata schnitzel, the new Revolver is open and some downtown finds. Read more

The name’s Mesquite Pit, but it’s all about the steaks (and chops)

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Not everybody understands the Mesquite Pit restaurants. Read more

Dallas’ 3rd Meso Maya opens, and can Fort Worth’s be far behind?

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The upscale counterpart to El Fenix serves a flashier menu and a variety of tequilas at affordable prices. Read more

Tom Thumb goes for 2: second store planned in central Fort Worth

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The former Fresh Market grocery store off South University Drive in Fort Worth will be converted into a Tom Thumb supermarket, the grocer’s parent company announced. Read more

Spring Creek in Arlington: shiny new look, spicy barbecue flavor

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Before it became fashionable, barbecue was always served in one of two basic settings: Read more

No bay in sight, but Pantego has plenty of gumbo

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There is no shortage of seafood in Arlington. Read more

After a year in Fort Worth, Merritt adds redfish, more to Fixture

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Chef Ben Merritt named his Fort Worth grill Fixture Kitchen for a reason. Read more

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