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Have your Valentine’s plans yet? There are still options


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Until lately, DFW.com readers’ poll choices for “most romantic” restaurants were always steakhouses. Read more

Jon Bonnell’s a busy man, and Waters isn’t even open yet


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Chef Jon Bonnell is everywhere, at least until March 1. Read more

Horseshoe Hill, Michaels launch new Saturday breakfast-brunch

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Two of Fort Worth’s original cowboy chefs are trying their hand at Saturday breakfast. Read more

From coffees to pastas, new Piattello is ’round-the-clock Italian



The new Piattello Italian Kitchen is a morning coffee bar, and a casual pizza or salad cafe, and also a modern Italian restaurant. Read more

Arlington: Worldly dining, but ready for something new

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Special to the Star-Telegram

If I learned anything at a talk in Arlington this week, I learned that Arlington is hungry for some new, contemporary restaurants. Read more

New R Bar chef has cooked everywhere from Driskell to Pickles

R Bar & Grill, one of Arlington’s few contemporary chef-driven restaurants, has landed itinerant chef Isaac Walker for the restaurant in the Hilton Arlington. Read more

Enchiladas Olé expanding; also, it’s almost time for Piattello

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In a state where tacos have become almost as trendy as barbecue, Enchiladas Olé sticks to the sauces that made it famous. Read more

No pie today, only repairs at Paris Coffee Shop in Fort Worth

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The pie rack will be empty for a few days at the 90-year-old Paris Coffee Shop plate-lunch cafe in Fort Worth, dark while workers repair a kitchen ceiling that partially collapsed Thursday night. Read more

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


Star-Telegram archives

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

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