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As the Restaurant World Turns

Chow, Baby
Has there ever been a year in the local culinary world as tumultuous, surprising, and exciting as 2015? Well, yes. All of them. That’s the nature of the beast. Restaurants open and close –– some are good, others are awful...


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Brazos BBQ Song

This Cresson gem is worth the trip.
Peter Gorman
In the world of destination food joints, most gas stations don’t cut it. But there are exceptions. Chef Point Cafe in Watauga serves up some fine cuisine inside of a Conoco. Tiger Farms Market on Wilshire Boulevard in Burleso...



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East Bound and Down

Chow, Baby
Restaurants on Miller Avenue on the East Side are awfully colorful –– and in some cases just colored awfully, like the “Barney purple” Taqueria Tepito (1104 Miller Ave., 817-536-5653) and the harlequin-hued Fort Worth S...


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New Old Soul

Rosako’s offers a unique take on traditional Southern soul food
Lauren Phillips
Rosako Bailey is a man who loves to cook. You can see it when his eyes light up talking about his vegetable sides. You might hear it in his conspiratorial whisper as he tells you about the signature twist he applies to his clas...



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Oh, Snappy!

On its way to conquering the world, this Dallas salad chain stops in Fort Worth.
Kristian Lin
I have a leg up when it comes to reviewing Snappy Salads. I’ve been eating at one of its Dallas locations for years. The one at the NorthPark Mall food court is perfect for dining before a movie screening at the theater a few...


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A Cure for Hangovers

Chow, Baby
I was first introduced to the Hangover Burger ($12) a few months back. A friend and I were having lunch at The Pour Hou-, uh, I mean the Trinity River Tap House (2725 W. 7th St., 817-335-2575), and I was drawn to the kitchen si...



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The Deep North

Chow, Baby
The North Side is still the best area in town to find a lunch bargain. Where else can you get a delicious enchilada special for $3.99? There are a dozen good restaurants right on Main Street near the Stockyards, but if you real...


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Grasping for Common Ground

The new TCU-area eatery has a split personality.
LAUREN PHILLIPS
There have always been enough beer dives and burger joints around the intersection of West Berry Street and University Drive, ground zero for the TCU non-Greek social scene. What has been conspicuously absent has been a hip, sl...



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Drop that Zero, Get with a Gyro

Chow, Baby
I used to get a lot more e-mails from people responding to my column or asking questions. But people these days would rather leave snarky comments on Facebook or the Weekly’s homepage instead of sending a thoughtfully compose...


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World Soul

The Library Café combines international flavors with classic soul food.
LAURIE JAMES
The area around East Fort Worth near interstates 820 and 30 isn’t known for being a hotbed of healthy, scratch-made cuisine. The Library Café, tucked in a corner of the strip mall anchored by The Potter’s House of Fort Wor...