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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

Taste of Europe — and Russia

Since taking over this column (it will be four years next week), I’ve touted Arlington as the best bang-for-buck food town in Tarrant County....

Eat, Pray, Eat Some More

The Foodie Gods wanted me to have burgers. I don’t question the wisdom of the deities, nor do I understand their mysterious ways. But...

Campestre: Just like Grandma’s Mex-Mex

What’s going on with all of my favorite Mexican joints playing musical chairs? Salsa Fuego (3500 Alta Mere Dr.) recently moved into a new...

Lukewarm Damn Tamales

I couldn’t believe she was blaming us for the crappy service. “The problem is,” explained the owner of Hot Damn, Tamales! to my table of...

Wok the Line

I was recently complaining to a friend about how there are precious few great, fast, cheap Chinese food places in town. Sure, you can...

La Perla Negra: Culinary All-Star

I can’t pretend to be unbiased about Le Perla Negra (910 Houston St.), a new Latin eatery in the downtown space formerly occupied by...

Waiting for Thurber Mingus

I kept adjusting the way I was sitting so that my friend’s head would block the blinding sun reflecting off my windshield. The Chowmaro...

Winslow’s: A New Breed

Why do people think it’s funny to tease dogs? On a recent cool weekday afternoon, I left my pup in the car as I...

Aim that Cannon

Dear Group of Twentysomethings at Cannon Chinese Kitchen, I’m sure going somewhere besides Chili’s or Sherlock’s was a fun change of pace for the six...

Flying Carpet: A Whole New World?

When I visited Flying Carpet Turkish Café (1223 Washington Ave.) a couple of years ago (“Bold Blossoms on the Avenue,” Oct. 31, 2012), I...