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Eats Beat: Extra help for Reata’s Stock Show menus



Reata grows from one restaurant to four every January. Read more

Eats Beat: 4 tons of brisket for the Guv, but still plenty for Arlington

Governors Inaugurals


Eddie Deen’s Crossroads in Arlington is serving barbecue and buttermilk pie for 25,000 guests. Read more

Eats Beat podcast: A Top Dawg at Fred’s burger palace


Steve Wilson

Chef Keith Grober first grabbed our attention (and tastebuds) when he was grilling up gourmet burgers at Rodeo Goat. But the former drummer and all-around Renaissance man is cooking to another beat these days: Read more

Eats Beat: Le Cep is tiny, but it’s getting big attention

Indulge Le Cep


No surprise: Texas Monthly’s 2015 “Where to Eat Now” includes an intimate French restaurant. Read more

Eats Beat: Fish Creek near Aledo puts steak on the menu


Fish Creek Restaurant

No telling what you’ll reel out of Fish Creek these days. Read more

Eats Beat: BBQ on the Brazos resting up for the kickoff



For two years, John Sanford has been firing up the BBQ on the Brazos pits at 4 a.m. daily with only Sundays for rest. Read more

Eats Beat: Max’s new year also brings a new Monday brunch



Max’s Wine Dive has new ideas to go with New Year’s plans. Read more

Eats Beat: The road to Haslet takes a spicy turn at Mai Thai



The tiny town of Haslet has an overachieving little Thai restaurant. Read more

Eats Beat: Put familiar barbecue destinations on the map



Texas travelers will find plenty of barbecue along the holiday drive. Read more

Eats Beat: Take-home tamales in a range of flavors – and prices

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Christmas dinner can be turkey-and-dressing. Read more

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