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Downtown Fort Worth’s Modern Steakhouse Wicked Butcher at The Sinclair Hotel Re-Opens Main Dining Room January 8

Wicked Butcher is a modern, Fort Worth steakhouse that embraces the swanky, art deco character of The Sinclair building’s architecture and the vibrant and cosmopolitan heart of the city of Fort Worth.  Wicked Butcher’s extraordinary Main Dining Room, cleverly designed and located in the basement of the historic Sinclair, will be open for dinner Friday and Saturday from 5 pm to 10 p.m.  Wicked Butcher’s beautiful First Floor Dining Room at The Sinclair is now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday – Thursday from 7 am – 9 pm and Friday and Saturday from 7 am – 10 pm.

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Make Your Valentine Plans at Dallas Fish Market (Contest)

www.ThaninPhoto.comby Steven Doyle

Each year on February 14th people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special “valentine.” The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.

You do not need to be a martyr to understand the day that now represents love is bigger on the romance charts than any other on the calendar through out the year, and we have a way to celebrate that might possibly match no other in the DFW area. Continue reading

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A Chop Off The Old Block

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by Andrew Chalk

In early May I reported on a steakhouse in downtown Dallas that flew under the radar in terms of its innovative approach to the toughest restaurant genre in Dallas — the steakhouse. Recall, we sent out-of-towners Smith & Wollensky, Flemings and BLT Steak packing. Even the spellingly challenged were not saved. N9Ne showed that it had exactly one, and not n9ne lives, in Dallas’s ghost town, Victory Park. My find, Dallas Chop House had innovative steak cuts, sides that deserved first-tier status, and preparation that was skillful and consistent. The Dallas Chop House gang, DRG concepts, spun off a baby brother in the form of Chop House Burger (CHB), which quickly gained a following of its own in its Main Street location near the mother ship. DRGs plan was always to go multi-site (although not through franchising, which, says manager Nafees Alam, is where concepts ‘go to die’).   Continue reading

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