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New Enchiladas Olé is on the way to Saginaw, with another planned

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Star-Telegram archives

A Fort Worth restaurant known for craft enchilada sauces plans to move closer to downtown and also will open a second kiosk location in Saginaw. Read more

Music and burgers for Roanoke; also, it’s Reata at the Rodeo time

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Star-Telegram archives

The Randy Rogers Band is setting up a home in Roanoke. Read more

Wrapping up 2016: chili, chicken and cattle

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It figures: We ring out 2016 with fine-dining mainstay Cacharel gone, but with excitement at a fever pitch over new hangouts for fried chicken ( Gus’s), tacos and fried pies ( Fuel City) and chili con carne (the Chili ... Read more

New Year, old name: Thirteen Pies switches back to Fireside

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Thirteen Pies, one of the genuine success stories in the West 7th shops, is coming back to the mothership. Read more

Steaks, burgers Southlake ‘favorites,’ but it’s ramen for Cowtown

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Kevin Marple

Everybody is offering dining tips these days, even a Los Angeles computer bot that searches newspaper reviews to auto-answer questions. Read more

What’s open for Christmas Day dining? Buttons, buffets and more

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bud@star-telegram.com

Every year, readers ask where to dine Christmas Day. Read more

Cowboys tee up new lunch, dinner menus at Stadium Club

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Out-of-town holiday guests always want to see the Stockyards or the art museums. Read more

Sincere, unassuming Tributary Cafe rises to the top in Riverside

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bud@star-telegram.com

What if Fort Worth had a little, family-run seafood restaurant, sort of like a Nonna Tata but with grilled fish and shrimp dinners? Read more

Mole, mescal at the new Mesa in Grapevine

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bud@star-telegram.com

The new Mesa is far from its tiny beginnings in Dallas’ Oak Cliff neighborhood, and not only in miles. Read more

Tex-Mex, burgers, margaritas and Christmas cheer at Campo Verde

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bud@star-telegram.com

It’s the most Campo Verde-ish time of the year. Read more

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