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Eats Beat: Crossroads barbecue on way to a winning season

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

Eats Beat: CBS anchor Vinita Nair’s tastes tend toward Texas classics

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News anchor Vinita Nair interviews big-name chefs on CBS This Morning: Saturday. Read more

Eats Beat: Saigon street food a hit at Pho District

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Kenzo Tran always wanted a restaurant serving the Vietnamese food of his childhood. Read more

Eats Beat: Before Kincaid’s, there was Roy Pope Grocery

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The old-timey family grocery store and grill three blocks west of Kincaid’s shares a history, but not its turkey burger. Read more

Eats Beat: Ageless Mexican Inn Cafe has new look, but old-school style

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(Updated to correct opening date of the Henderson Street and Eighth Avenue locations.) Read more

Eats Beat: Lots of openings, and a new goal for Glazed

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Glazed Doughnuts & Cafe gained quick fame for “extreme” doughnuts like maple-bacon, red velvet and “dough-Nutella.” Read more

Eats Beat: Bye-bye Fireside Pies, hello Thirteen Pies

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The former Fireside Pies changes names after a corporate split. Read more

Eats Beat: Enchilada diner rolling into TCU neighborhood

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Dallas restaurateur Monica Greene contributed the recipes for Pegaso Mexican Diner, a new fast-casual family “Tex-Mex comfort food” cafe. Read more

Eats Beat: More is more at Mercury Chop House

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For some restaurants, DFW Restaurant Week is a chance to skimp on size or quality. Read more

Eats Beat: Mac’s makes its move to historic Main Street Grapevine

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The casual steakhouse will close in Colleyville on Aug. 28, then reopen in time for GrapeFest. Read more

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