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Eats Beat: New burgers at Shep’s in Weatherford, and one for Randy G

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Shep’s Place brought artisan burgers to Weatherford. Read more

Eats Beat: Soulman’s has distinctive flavors, but a few flaws

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By 1974 standards, Soulman’s Bar-B-Que would look good. Read more

Eats Beat: More than frying at Flying Fish

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We like to argue over the best seafood restaurant. Read more

Eats Beat: Burrito bowls join food bank benefit

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Most years, the Empty Bowls charity benefit comes on a good, cold winter day for hot soup. Read more

Eats Beat: Waffles for your sweetie, or craft cocktails

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Nothing says “valentine” like being scattered, smothered and covered. Read more

Eats Beat: For Valentine’s, take another little pizza my heart

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Why not pizza for Valentine’s Day? Read more

Eats Beat: Love New Orleans-style at Ellerbe

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Valentine’s should not be limited to one night. Read more

Eats Beat: Dinner by the river? Press Cafe has it

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Felipe Armenta set out to build a “little cafe by the river.” Read more

Eats Beat: Park Village adds contemporary Thai in Malai Kitchen

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Southlake’s new Park Village has new restaurants, with a side helping of irony. Read more

Eats Beat: A Max’s update, and gear up for Mardi Gras

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First, a warning about Valentine’s Day: Read more

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