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Hedary family legacy lives on at Byblos (also in Vegas)


The Hedary family is still cooking great Lebanese dishes. Read more

Fort Worth landmark Tokyo Cafe reopens, with cocktails to toast



Tokyo Cafe is back after two years of repairs, and it definitely looks different. Read more

Apple-butter pie and more at Buttermilk Sky



If Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop were on West Magnolia Avenue, there’d be a daily line at the door. Read more

Patio dining at Righteous Foods is a must


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Lanny Lancarte’s healthy-dining cafe takes on a different character by night, with his steak, duck or salmon dinner specials. Read more

A bigger Blue Mesa, and a little bit of Philly in Fort Worth



The new Blue Mesa Grill is open, with plenty of what west Fort Worth craves: parking. Read more

In Fort Worth, The Original is 90(-ish) and a Roosevelt dined there



Nobody knows exactly when The Original Mexican Eats Cafe opened. Read more

BBQ at Whole Foods, and a new Fort Worth Blue Mesa


Special to the Star-Telegram

Whole Foods Market is more than a restaurant. Read more

Dress up for Le Cep’s 2nd birthday, or down for Roy’s in Keller


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Le Cep Restaurant has lasted two years, dress code and all. Read more

Pappas Burger in Fort Worth to close Sunday

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Star-Telegram archives

The west Fort Worth location of Pappas Burger, an extended experiment from the otherwise thriving Pappas restaurant chain, will close Sunday after nine years, according to an announcement posted Friday online. Read more

Changing scenery, greenery at M&O Station Grill



When the M&O Station Grill opened, it was all about nostalgia. Read more

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