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Eats

Eats

No Faux Pho Here

Chow, Baby’s first misgiving about Pho Que Huong (4601 W. Fwy) was the restaurant’s location, in the upscale Chapel Hill shopping center. Admittedly, Chow,...

Ray’s Steaks a Claim

Ray’s Prime Steakhouse & Seafood recently took over the space formerly occupied by Aventino, the Italian eatery that resided in that little corner of...

Bring On the Hate — With Pink Sauce and Fries

It’s odd, and oddly disappointing, that the Chow, Baby web page gets only the very occasional e-comment accusing its namesake of bragging on itself,...

Complaints at City Hall

Arthouse in Keller is a mixed-use living/shopping development anchored at one end by City Hall Restaurant. The restaurant’s floor-to-vaulted-ceiling glass walls and maple-toned floor...

Club Sandwiches

Being more interested in the differences among people than the similarities, Chow, Baby is not much into activities that require a membership card —...

Celio’s Scores

Pizza crust can inspire as much debate as barbecue sauce or fried chicken. Regional geography plays a critical role in crust preference: Specifically, do...

Who’s Sorry Now?

Yes, it’s Yom Kippur again (rather, it was last Friday), the Jewish Day of Atonement and the Chow, Baby week of revisiting restaurants it...

Sushi and Hibachi at Sake

If you’d asked anyone living around Mansfield a decade ago if the town had a traditional Japanese restaurant, you might have been laughed at....

Playing the Food Card

Not to compare Chow, Baby’s beloved East Side of Fort Worth to the beleaguered South Side of Los Angeles, but one neighborhood similarity is...

Still a Fiesta

Very few things are like they used to be. Everything changes, and “everything” includes menus at favorite restaurants. But not at Fiesta. The traditional...