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Patrizio Takes Flight

Patrizio Pizza Pasta and Vino has been a fixture in Dallas’ Highland Park Village for decades. It has a welcoming ambiance, thanks mainly to...

Any Way You Slice It

One of Chow, Baby’s valiant attempts to impose order on the food universe is its gyros classification system. It’s pretty straightforward: Class A is...

Lotsa Verve at Ridglea Jazz Café

The 6000 block of Camp Bowie Boulevard has seen its share of restaurants come and go. The soul food restaurant Ridglea Jazz Café recently...

Authentic, with Additions

Chow, Baby weighed the evidence before it. On the one hand, it was in North Richland Hills, which is not the first place you...

Prime Time for Bailey’s

It’s a safe bet that you could make money in Cowtown by opening a high-end steak restaurant. However, there is a question of how...

Mother’s Little Helper

Chow, Baby wouldn’t know how real reviewers remember food details — take notes, maybe, or shoot surreptitious cellphone pictures — but its method is...

Looks Cute, Mi Chula

Mi Chula’s looks like a chain restaurant. It’s not. But the Southlake restaurant has a familiar feel to it, even if you’ve never been...

Currying Favor

When Chow, Baby said it liked hanging out in South Arlington, it certainly wasn’t talking about Arlington Highlands, the self-proclaimed “lifestyle center” that has...

Terra Mediterranean Conquers All

If people are still feeling the pinch of a troubled economy, you wouldn’t know it by a visit last Saturday night to the recently...

Sushi-Brau

Hanging out at Sushi Q (3000 S. Hulen St.) made Chow, Baby think about Cowtown’s broad range of steakhouses. On the top end, you...