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Eats Beat: North Arlington already likes Olives

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If north Arlington loves one Mediterranean restaurant, why not two? Read more

Eats Beat: Short move, big results for Chop House

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Chop House Burgers outgrew its griddle. Read more

Eats Beat: Easy tables for Dallas’ Beard Award nominees

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Two of our most watched new restaurants in the James Beard Foundation Awards are also two of the most bookable. Read more

Eats Beat: Brunch on the way next at Enchiladas Olé

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Tiny Enchiladas Olé is making big moves. Read more

Eats Beat: Thai, sushi, pho combine in Hudson Oaks

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Fort Worth’s first family of Thai restaurants is growing west. Read more

Eats Beat: After love comes Fat Tuesday

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For a last-minute Valentine’s reservation, book early or late. Read more

Eats Beat: Getting the right mix at Righteous Foods

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Righteous Foods remains a work in progress. Read more

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

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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

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