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Wooden Nickel takes the term “family-style” literally — the place is a private house turned into a restaurant by chef and owner Charles Haisler....

Summer School (of Fish)

The record rainfall and humidity this summer did a good job of quashing any hunger I might have had for raw fish. But then last...

Stone in Doubt

After watching Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle for the 11th time, I had high expectations for the new Krystal Hamburger that opened...

Diner

Maybe I’m just getting old, but I really do love diners, especially diners with long counters. The service always seems better at the counter,...

Dive In

A spirit hangs over Dutch’s, a new burgers-and-beer café in a little vintage strip across from the TCU campus and sandwiched between two beloved...

Gold Lining

How many ways are there to get into trouble in the Mid-Cities? At one Bedford Tex-Mex and Mex-Mex haven alone, there are more than...

A Friend of Ours

Although these weird, Old Testament-style rains and floods don’t appear to have ended, there has been a little more sunshine lately, which might seem...

Brave, New Mondo

It’s official, Tex-Mex mavens: The 21st century has come to the taqueria. In a strip-mall parking lot south of I-20, the sign over Parrilla Mexicana...

Morning Constitutional

The guy at my front door wanted to make me a salad. It wasn’t actually my front door — it was the front door...

Ol’ Scratch

Golf, like poker, is a deliberative sport that demands grace and calm under pressure. Odd then that it has gained a surprising number of...