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Bread Winners to open Fort Worth cafe in University Park Village



Dallas favorite Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery will take over a restaurant space in University Park Village shopping center, according to a statement Wednesday. Read more

More than migas on Mariposa’s Sunday brunch



Always slow-paced and charming, Mariposa’s Latin Kitchen has added a relaxed Sunday brunch. Read more

In Fort Worth, golf week tees off with German pancakes, bacon



We talk a lot about golf-week hangouts in Fort Worth: Del Frisco’s, the Railhead Smokehouse, the Woodshed Smokehouse. Read more

Southlake’s Latin-Italian fusion is more than tacos and pizzas

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Weekday lunch can be hectic in Southlake. Read more

Inzo Italian in Fort Worth, Roanoke offers more than pizza

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Star-Telegram archives

In a metropolitan area suddenly spinning with artisan pizzas, Inzo Italian Kitchen Pizza & Wine is expanding its full Italian menu. Read more

How a Fort Worth burrito shop skimped on gifts to veterans

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Plenty of restaurants claim a “portion” of your purchase will go to charity. Read more

Golf, groceries combine at Dean & DeLuca Invitational



Fort Worth’s pro golf tournament is now also a foodie fest, and that’s a good thing. Read more

Eats Beat: Chalios’ molcajete bowls over diners in Texas



The California restaurant is a hit in south Fort Worth, where the new remodeling will double the size and triple the dining room. Read more

Irving restaurants a short drive for nostalgia, desserts

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Big State Fountain Grill is a restored classic Texas drugstore counter, and both Joe’s and Mama’s Daughters’ Diner are familiar plate-lunch standouts. Read more

The Rig Steakhouse in Fort Worth closing after 36 years



One of Fort Worth’s oldest restaurants will close Saturday, and one of Arlington’s newest has closed. Read more

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