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Lunch cafe inside the Botanic Garden sprouting new menu for spring

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Until this spring, the Gardens Restaurant lunch room hadn’t changed its menu much since — well, last century. Read more

Shannon Wynne working the Lark on the Park host stand? Here’s why

Day Without Immigrants Texas


This “Day Without Immigrants” had something previous immigrant worker strikes lacked. Read more

Where’s Corral City, Texas? Follow the smoke to 407BBQ



As a barbecue competition winner and caterer, Bryan McLarty always swore he was too busy to open a restaurant. Read more

Crab shack-taphouse out, M Bistro in for Montgomery Plaza space

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Former Yucatan Taco Stand chef Steve Mitchell will open a new restaurant, M Bistro, in a former crab shack in Montgomery Plaza, he said Monday. Read more

One, two, three new Salsa Limón locations coming in 2017

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If you don’t have a Salsa Limón nearby, you will. Read more

Chicago-style fried chicken comes to Arlington



The fried-chicken restaurant’s owners have a history with the legendary Harold’s chain in Chicago. Also in Eats Beat: Lockhart BBQ comes to Arlington, and NM Cafe opens in Fort Worth. Read more

If your Valentine’s plan was Little Lilly, you’ll be heartbroken

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Some Valentine’s Day diners will face a change of plans while Little Lilly Sushi repairs damage from a Friday oven fire. Read more

No waffling on this new idea: Chef opens a ‘waffle bar’ in Ridgmar


Maritza Sepulveda

You’ve tried chicken and waffles. Read more

LightCatcher Winery up for sale, along with its scenic view

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LightCatcher Winery & Bistro, one of Tarrant County’s first wineries and tasting rooms, is on the market along with the 4-acre site and reception room in hills northwest of downtown Fort Worth. Read more

After crazy opening, Heim Barbecue settles into a groove

Heim Craft BBQ

Nancy Farrar

The crowd has calmed at the new temple of Fort Worth barbecue. Read more

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