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Waters Bonnell's Coastal Cuisine oysters
Fried oysters are on the menu at Waters Restaurant in Sundance Square. Photo courtesy of Waters
A restaurant-market called Americado was new to Fort Worth this year. Photo courtesy of Americado
New York Eats
New York Eats is a Tarrant County neighborhood fave. Photo courtesy of NY Eats
Chicken fried steak at Horseshoe Hill Cafe
Chicken-fried steak from Horseshoe Hill Cafe. Horseshoe Hill Cafe/Facebook
Tacoheads taco trailer
The Taco Heads trailer was stolen and recovered. Photo courtesy of Gina Patel
Calling all pinball wizards.  Photo courtesy of Texas Pinball & Arcade
Snooze A.M. Eatery breakfast brunch restaurant french toast
Fort Worth, are you ready for French toast and outrageous Bloody Marys?  Snooze, an A.M. Eatery/Facebook
Chef John Tesar, Knife
Chef John Tesar is headed for Fort Worth with burgers in hand.  Photo by Rhi Lee
Total Wine & More_South Austin_Sunset Valley_value wine_2015
For residents of far north Fort Worth and northeast Tarrant County, the route to liquor got quicker. Photo by Nicole Raney
The Aardvark music club in Fort Worth
It's the end of the road for the Aardvark. The Aardvark/Facebook