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What’s Old is Pizza Again

Chow, Baby

Chow, Baby

Hot Box Biscuit Coma

Had you told me I’d ever be sitting in the dining room of Tokyo Café (5121 Pershing Av, 817-737-8568) on a Sunday afternoon eating...

No Laughing Matter

The sign on the door reads, “M Bistro is temporarily closed. Please excuse the inconvenience.” And by “sign,” I mean it looks like someone...

The Year in Restaurants

Oh, 2016. You’re like a belligerent party guest who won’t leave until you’ve alienated everyone with your mouth-breathing, vapid sense of self-righteousness. You mowed...

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...

Not Pho Frogs

TCU students are a strange demographic. A restaurant owner who didn’t know any better might think that opening a place near campus would draw...

Charging for Salsa

I can count on three fingers the number of Mexican joints that charge for chips and salsa (at least the ones I’m aware of):...

Brenner Bows Out

Leslie Brenner, the controversial food critic for the The Dallas Morning News, recently announced she’s leaving the gig after eight years to consult for...

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...

Infiltrating Clearfork

The Shops at Clearfork is like a rich folks’ Field of Dreams. It has everything Fort Worth’s ruling class loves: nice restaurants, tony boutiques,...

Hole in the Walls Exposed

Nothing is more satisfying to a culinary explorer than stumbling across a little gem that no one else in your snobby circles has ever...