Fort Worth Reviews

Review for NOLA Cajun by Kendrick
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Great food, well seasoned.
Pros: Great prices reminds me of home. Charbroiled Oysters are the best in DFW.
Cons: It's a food trailer so when its raining limited seating.
Review for The Pour House by David
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Manger/Owner very nice if you get the the change they will pour you damn right!!!!
Pros: bring the honeys and dont hate haha!!!
Cons: tell ur girl to wear white and a short skirt hahaha
Review for Eddie V's Prime Seafood by Melissa
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I love the crab fried rice.. steak was very tender and juicy.. it was a great experience..
Review for Anthony's by Anonymous
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she broke up a Marriage of a 11 years
Cons: Andrea Joy and Tony Dewayne West
Review for Celios Chicago Style Pizza by Stephen
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The best Chicago Pizza, Hot Dogs and Italian Beefs in DFW
Pros: Authentic Chicago Food
Cons: Philly Cheese Steak is Chicago Style
Review for Rock house by Michael
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Great for a fun Wed, Fri Sat karaoke night
Pros: Great music friendly crowd
Cons: Beer Bar BYOB Liquor

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Keller, Texas a small town located north of Ft. Worth, but don't let it's small town vibe play tricks on you. Keller was recently listed in Money Magazine, as 7th in top "100 Best Places to Live". Wow! Established in the early 1880's as a railway town, Keller has grown to nearly 40,000 residents. You can find many types of housing in Keller, from multifamily apartments, sprawling homes with acreage, or luxury senior living. Although their size has grown considerably over the last 30 years, their values have stayed the same. You can engage in some of their small town fun every September, during their annual fun run "How The West Was Run", then bring the family over to the "Wild, Wild, West Fest", that will surely put some smiles on everyone's faces. Your next stop should be in Old Town Keller, a unique blend of southern hospitality and your grandma's backyard. Shopping in Old Town Keller will be a one of a kind experience that you can't find just in any old town. For some relaxation time, visit the urban Keller Town Center, with its 340-acres of mixed-used facilities. Take a relaxing stroll down one of its paths or soak up some sun near the lake; this will definitely be a stop full of fun and recreation. Keller, Texas is definitely on spot on the map that is worth the drive.

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