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No free steak for Sid Miller: He left a bad taste in Amarillo



Texas’ agriculture commissioner was out making friends in the Lone Star State last week, or so Sid Miller must have thought. Read more

Biscuits, anyone? Austin restaurant Fixe to open in Fort Worth


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An Austin restaurant known for handmade biscuits and “upscale comfort food” plans a location in Fort Worth. Read more

Fish-and-chips vote adds to fame for From Across the Pond



The little gluten-free specialty restaurant in Northeast Tarrant County came close to winning a big prize. Read more

Fried chicken and comfort at Max’s, and a new Colleyville chill



New chef Jenna Kinard is taking Max’s Wine Dive toward contemporary comfort food. Read more

Cowboy up, chow down in the Stockyards: Steaks, fish (and soon chili)



Almost without trying, the Fort Worth Stockyards has become a lunch and dining destination. Read more

New Neiman Marcus cafe to open Feb. 10 along with Clearfork store

Indulge Zodiac 104

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The new Neiman Marcus store in the Shops at Clearfork will open Feb. 10, and with it a new Zodiac/NM Cafe restaurant. Read more

Turkey-and-dressing tamales, spicy Torchy’s taco fire up holidays

Indulge Zodiac 104

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A west Fort Worth restaurant rolls an entire Thanksgiving dinner into a tamal, and the Austin-based Torchy’s chain folds the same into a taco. Also in the midweek Eats Beat: an update on Neiman’s Dallas Zodiac buffet and the new Fort Worth store. Read more

El Tejas’ spicy molcajete ready to warm up suburban Tex-Mex



The Huerta family of Houston has come to Dallas-Fort Worth, and we’re lucky they did. Read more

New in The Tower: Salsa Limón Centro opens, Chop House to return



Downtown dining does not end at Sundance Square. Read more

Still hot at 30: Railhead Smokehouse adds more spice



The Railhead Smokehouse is nearing middle age. Read more

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