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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...

Lamb for Break-Fast

People can debate the merits and minuses of major world religions all they want, but to Chow, Baby, at least one aspect is a...

Off to Palio’s

In the northwestern Italian city of Siena, the Palio is a twice-yearly horse race with religious connotations. In the North Texas cities of Mansfield...

If Tacos Could Talk

Chow, Baby didn’t really — maybe a little bit, but not really — expect its Taco Bell Cantino Tacos ($1.49 each) lime segments to...

Rooster, Delaney’s Work

Is there a spate of new bars that happen to have good eats? Or is this phenomenon really a spate of new restaurants conveniently...

Ruining the Curve

Whew, Chow, Baby has finally cleared one of its Places to Eat sublists: the Dallas-wannabe West 7th development, where half a dozen restaurants have...

Overflowing Up North

North Fort Worth is a boomtown. Seemingly every other week, another new restaurant, pizza joint, fro-yo, or smoothie place pops up. Surprisingly, a majority...

Going Up the Country

It gives you one of those Twilight Zone feelings, driving through architecturally undistinguished Benbrook and then through a bunch of nothing to wind up...

Rock Bottom’s Up

On Bluebonnet Circle in the space formerly occupied by Ocean Rock, a popular seafood restaurant, comes Rock Bottom Bar and Grill. The menu is...