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What’s Old is Pizza Again

What’s the Rush?

Burgers, Brews + Food Coma

Popping the Cork

The Last Unicorn

Blotch Jumbo

Chow, Baby

Chow, Baby

Gentrified Chicken

I always admired how the Near Southside was stocked with mostly independently owned businesses, especially on West Magnolia Avenue, the hood’s main artery. But...

Secret Garden

I don’t know where the Gardens Restaurant (3220 Rock Springs Rd, 817-731-2547) ranks in the hierarchy of ladies-who-lunch restaurants, but it at least has...

Jeepers, That’s Good Food

Race Street on the Near East Side has spent years trying to position itself as an entertainment district with varying degrees of success. “Build...

Waffles of Wrath

Ridgmar Mall is a very sad place these days. The once-thriving complex now looks more like the setting of some post-apocalyptic abandoned-city movie ––...

South-By-Not-Much

The Fort Worth foodie-verse turns into a frightening, dystopian hellscape south of I-20. There are exceptions (mostly near Hulen Mall and Bryant Irvin), but...

Back in Black-Eyed

Someone add the Black-Eyed Pea to the list of endangered species. There’s only one left on the planet, so it can’t even mate with...

Primetime Heim Time

Heim Barbecue & Catering’s brick-and-mortar location (1109 W Magnolia Av, 817-882-6970) has been open for what, six months or so? You’d think that I...

Soul Food TKO

I don’t think it was a coincidence that Teddy Pendergrass’ “Love TKO” slinked through the speakers at the exact same time my lunch arrived....

Olivella’s Resets the Bar

When it opened, I remember thinking Tim Love’s long-defunct tapas joint Duce was going to change the way people dined in this town. The...

An Artful Hand

As I stood in the winding line to get into the Buffet Restaurant at the Kimbell Art Museum of Fort Worth, I wondered whether...