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Yucky-Tan’s Last Stand

Toasted Gets Roasted [Updated]

Eats

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Italian Treasure

La Gondola sits in the same Mansfield strip mall as the sublime Blue Mint and the exceptional Simply Burgers. If you favor Asian over...

Mostly Spares

Bowling has long been a fascination of Chow, Baby’s — not actually rolling the ball and knocking down pins, but all of the stuff...

One Toe Over the Line

Here we launch a new occasional series: Fort Worth Institutions That Chow, Baby Shame-Facedly Confesses It Hadn't Been to Before. We'll come up with a...

Fill ’Er Up

Next time you feel a bout of road rage coming on, don't just go bashing some driver's car with a tire iron. Instead, head...

Can’t Touch This

Writing a weekly column nearly two weeks ahead brings on a jet-lag-like disorientation. This being its first column of 2008, Chow, Baby should be...

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...

The Kids Are Right

The first time Chow, Baby ever dined on raw fish, it was already old enough to drive itself to Dallas and pay with its...

Casa-y

The curse of calling a place a “mom ’n’ pop” restaurant is that it brings the word “homey” to mind, and homey is anathema...

Yee-Hmmm

Amazing how little it takes to turn a room from upscale Mex to down-home Tex. A few five-pointed metal stars and pastel-tinted photos of...

Cowboy Comfort

Chow, Baby had assumed that the reason its family members clamor for Reata (310 Houston St.) every time they flee here is simply because...