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Eats Beat: Fresh tortillas, new margaritas, low prices draw diners to Dos Molina’s

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For a generation, Dos Molina’s has been known as a great Stockyards hole in the wall. Read more

Eats Beat: Let’s talk Taco Day

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Forgive Fuzzy’s Taco Shop workers if they’re sleepy Friday morning. Read more

Eats Beat: This Tex-Mex restaurant also Mambos up a salad

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DFW.com

Lamar Boulevard was ready for a new Tex-Mex restaurant. Read more

Eats Beat: Fair food is everywhere, from Frito pie pizza to a country-fried burger

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DFW.com

You can tell it’s State Fair of Texas time. Read more

Eats Beat: A new Mercury bistro for west Arlington, and a new Lunch Box

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Another steakhouse is giving Arlington a try. Read more

Eats Beat: The Hamptons come to Fort Worth, in sandwich form

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When Hunter Pond of Dallas was 7 or 8, his family often vacationed in East Hampton, N.Y. Read more

Eats Beat: Clay Pigeon ready for lunchtime flights

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DFW.com

The west Fort Worth restaurant is off the beaten path, but diners are finding it. Read more

Eats Beat: Dutch’s goes back for CFS sandwich

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DFW.com

Dutch’s Hamburgers is already home to a football legacy. Read more

Eats Beat: FW chef Lancarte ready to get Righteous

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DFW.com

Lanny Lancarte would like to open Righteous Foods any day. Read more

Eats Beat: Crossroads barbecue on way to a winning season

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DFW.com

Quietly and patiently, Eddie Deen Crossroads Smokehouse has built a good barbecue reputation. Read more

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