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Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival’s Burgers, Brews & Blues capped weekend’s top events

The weekend capped off with some terrific food and beverage events, including the reprise to last year’s inaugural Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival, now an annual event. The Hatch crew headed to Clear Fork at the Edwards Ranch Saturday night for FWFWF’s Burgers, Brews and Blues event, which featured 11 area burger joints and 22 breweries offering Continue reading → ...

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DFW Weekend eating highlights include Nick & Sam’s Sunday Supper, Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival

This weekend is bookended by two stellar food events. The Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival continues tonight with a BBQ at Billy Bob’s (yes, apparently, Billy Bob’s cooks ‘cue), followed tomorrow by a Grand Tasting then a dessert event where eight chefs and eight cocktail wizards serve desserts and drinks fashioned with Firestone & Robertson’s TX Blended Whiskey. Saturday Continue reading → ...

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Organic heirloom blackberries from JW Marriott San Antonio’s gardens spill into mojitos, muffins, more in May

Like that alliteration? One more: We’re barely one week into spring, but that’s not keeping Hill Country blackberries from blooming.  The JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa is already gearing up for its third annual blackberry harvest from the heirloom vines planted in the property’s organic garden. The resort’s organic gardener picks the berries during a short, three week Continue reading → ...

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Pappas Bros. Steakhouse now has world’s most expensive wine, a $56,000 stunner

Last weekend, I joined some out-of-town friends for dinner at Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, the place with crazy good dry-aged steaks and three full-time sommeliers. Headed by master sommelier Barb Werley, the wine team manages a 33,000 bottle wine cellar that holds a Wine Spectator Grand Award (the only other Texas restaurant to earn that award is Pappas Bros. Continue reading → ...

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KC-based 54th Street Drafthouse to open in Las Colinas in April

Kansas City-based 54th Street Grill will enter the DFW market next month with the opening of 54th Street Drafthouse in Irving/Las Colinas. The restaurant bills itself as a casual bar and grill and touts “high quality meats and ingredients, fresh produce and meals prepared from scratch.” Their 150-item menu offers burgers, ribs, steaks, “Mexican fare,” “pit smoked brisket” and $7.99 Continue reading → ...

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Celebrate International Pi Day (March 14, 3.14.15) at the place named for the symbol: PI.E 3.14 Everyday Eatery

For you mathematicians, numerologists and symbologists, Saturday, March 14, 2015 is your Holy Grail, a date whose shorthand references the international symbol for that most basic of trigonometic symbols, Pi. Remember pi, 3.1415926, (Greek letter “π”), the mathematic symbol representing  the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.1415926? The folks at Continue reading → ...

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903 Brewers, based in Sherman, Texas, rolls out beers for DFW retail stores

903 Brewers, a local microbrewery in Sherman, Texas, owned by Jeremy and Natalie Roberts, is now selling their collection of 903 microbrews at more than 70 DFW beer retailers, including specialty liquor stores and major grocery retailers. The cans feature 360 Lids, which allow the entire top to be removed. You can pick up 903 Brewers four signature beers Continue reading → ...

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