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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

Eats Beat: Menu good reading at the Library Cafe


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Readers often ask where to dine or meet between Fort Worth and Arlington. Read more

Eats Beat: From cowboy cuisine to all-night chili



You might say the Stock Show has more than fair food. Read more

Eats Beat: For holiday weekend, double the brunch at Buttons, Max’s



If a Sunday buffet is good, why not two? Read more

Eats Beat: More than games at Varsity Tavern


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Here’s the basic rule for judging a bar-and-grill: Read more

Eats Beat: batter-fried bacon, omelet burgers and more at Pouring Glory



So far, Pouring Glory has been promoted as a craft-beer pub and grill. Read more

Eats Beat: Come out of the haze and into Jimadores



Jimadores Mexican Cuisine’s new second location in North Richland Hills is as good as the first, giving the Acosta family Tex-Mex bookends along the Airport Freeway. Read more

Eats Beat: Barbecue for Dagwoods and Arlington, and a short Dutch’s burger break



The new Dagwoods restaurants are stacked triple-triple deep across Fort Worth. Read more

Out with the old (Ridglea Hedary’s), in with the new (lease for Revolver)

The new year brought new life to one Fort Worth restaurant that was expected to close, but an older landmark went dark Thursday night. Read more

Eats Beat Podcast: DFW restaurant Mo-mentum for 2016

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It's been another satisfying year for local food fans, with some great new restaurants, some very memorable meals and Read more

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