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Eats Beat: One more new Chop House, just to further confuse us

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DFW.com

The “other” Chop House Burger is coming to Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: More Jon Bonnell is good news for college football fans

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Star-Telegram

Jon Bonnell is full of good news these days, and not just for oysters or gumbo. Read more

Eats Beat: Plate up a steak or barbecue for Dad

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DFW.com

Dad always gets short shrift. Father’s Day isn’t the No. 1 dining holiday. Or No. 2 or No. 3. Read more

Eats Beat: Mixing it up for a free Father’s Day burger

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DFW.com

Mixed-Up Burgers is all about the in-between. Read more

Eats Beat: New sweets provide first peek at new menu at Olenjack’s

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DFW.com

Olenjack’s Grille hasn’t unveiled its new dinner menu yet. But if it’s anything like the new pastry menu, Olenjack’s will become the go-to restaurant between Dallas and Fort Worth. Read more

Eats Beat: Concerts and cheesecake? Chain-dining fave sets up by Bass Hall

Cheesecake Factory Opens 3

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The new Cheesecake Factory at East Third and Commerce streets is expected to open by the winter holidays. Read more

Eats Beat: Sausage Shoppe joins the south Tarrant barbecue scene

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DFW.com

The south Tarrant County barbecue selection is growing. Read more

Eats Beat: New tollway leads to new dining choices

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Star-Telegram

Wood-fired rotisserie chicken, steaks and Indian cuisine are a short drive off the Chisholm Trail Parkway. Read more

Eats Beat: Too many burgers in Fort Worth’s West 7th district?

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DFW.com

This may get me thrown off the Battle of the Burgers team. Read more

Eats Beat: TV chef Tim Love feeds golf fans, and also dishes up a smokin’ breakfast

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DFW.com

Chef Tim Love has a TV show, the biggest catering job of his career and four restaurants full of visiting diners. Read more

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