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Woodshed keeps it interesting – who’s up for rabbit-rattlesnake sausage?



Unbelievable: Woodshed Smokehouse is in its sixth year. Read more

Sundance Square gets In the Sack, food and wine delivery, to replace Oliver’s



In the Sack, a Dallas sandwich shop with gourmet wines and liquors known for free delivery, is replacing Oliver’s Fine Foods in Sundance Square. Read more

East Texas’ The Catch nets more DFW locations


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You can tell The Catch is all about fried catfish. Read more

More than street food at downtown’s Main St. festival



Survival tips for a Main St. Arts Festival foodie: Read more

Northeast Tarrant’s newest ‘something different’ is Sai Fine Bistro


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The best new restaurants in northeast Tarrant County are not in the same old places. Read more

Newest Tommy’s comes in for a landing in west Fort Worth



Tommy’s Burgers has a new third location, but it’s really a return of the first. Read more

New restaurants M Bistro, Waters gear up for first Easter Sunday crowds



April is a great month to open a restaurant, and also a dangerous month. Read more

El Reno onion burgers make Stockyards debut



A new Fort Worth hamburger stand serves Oklahoma’s fabled grilled-onion burgers and Oklahoma-style Coney Island hot dogs. Also in Eats Beat: M Bistro is opening, and Waters is on its way. Read more

At downtown Mexico City-style spot, salad is a Wild choice

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Nobody goes to a Mexico City-style restaurant for salad. Read more

Easter starts early, and so does Blue Mesa


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The Southwestern restaurants will start their brunch menu at 8 a.m., with several others starting at 9 a.m. Also in Eats Beat: lamb at Terra, Cafe 1187’s Easter, changes at Next and two new Fort Worth restaurants. Read more

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