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Eats Beat: Mac’s and Sage get second chance in Grapevine


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Grapevine is the city of second chances. Read more

Eats Beat: Social House not shy on steaks, gravy



A “gastropub” is supposedly a cozy pub with good food. Read more

Eats Beat: Grady Spears to open chicken-fried steak cafe in Stockyards

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The “Cowboy in the Kitchen” is back in town. Read more

Eats Beat: Family-style Mudd’s revived in Krum



After a 12-year absence, Mudd’s Good Eatin’ is back. Read more

Eats Beat: Longer hours, more lunches for Clay Pigeon

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Now that dinners are busy, Clay Pigeon Food & Drink is expanding lunch. Read more

Eats Beat: Mi Cocula fires up Ridglea, and Chuy’s lands in Southlake



The Moreno family’s new Fort Worth restaurant developed a quick following. Read more

Eats Beat: Extra help for Reata’s Stock Show menus



Reata grows from one restaurant to four every January. Read more

Eats Beat: 4 tons of brisket for the Guv, but still plenty for Arlington

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Eddie Deen’s Crossroads in Arlington is serving barbecue and buttermilk pie for 25,000 guests. Read more

Eats Beat podcast: A Top Dawg at Fred’s burger palace


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Chef Keith Grober first grabbed our attention (and tastebuds) when he was grilling up gourmet burgers at Rodeo Goat. But the former drummer and all-around Renaissance man is cooking to another beat these days: Read more

Eats Beat: Le Cep is tiny, but it’s getting big attention

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No surprise: Texas Monthly’s 2015 “Where to Eat Now” includes an intimate French restaurant. Read more

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