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Eats Beat: Enchilada diner rolling into TCU neighborhood



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



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

Eats Beat: Wild Salsa, Chop House Burger headed to Fort Worth



What downtown Fort Worth needs is more burgers and Mexican food. Read more

Eats Beat: Old-school soft-serve draws crowds to a new-generation Dairy Queen

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When it’s 100 degrees outside, sometimes frozen yogurt just won’t do. Read more

Eats Beat: Dee Lincoln raises the steak stakes in Cowtown


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The “queen of steaks” is building a new corral on West Seventh Street, just a short mosey over from Will Rogers Coliseum. Read more

Eats Beat: Alex’s, Taziki’s two sides of Greek dining



Alex’s Greek Café and Taziki’s are both new. They’re seven miles apart by car, and continents away in spirit. Read more

Eats Beat: KC pizzeria set to give Southlake a Spin

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Kansas City’s favorite pizza is coming to Texas. Read more

Eats Beat: Restaurant Week: giving, and booking tables carefully

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Reservations are open for DFW Restaurant Week on Aug. 11-17. Read more

Eats Beat: Barbecue returns to Old Town Keller, and breakfast is served at the Woodshed



Southlake is surrounded by famous barbecue: Bartley’s, Cousin’s, Hard Eight and North Main. Read more

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