Here's where the critics have been eating this week:
D MAGAZINE -- Nancy Nichols visits Marquee Grill and Bar, the Highland Park Village place to see-and-be-seen, with celebrity chef Tre Wilcox at the helm. After two misses with a seedy waiter, a third visit to the Chef's Dining Room satisfies her palette.
DALLAS MORNING NEWS -- Leslie Brenner is disappointed with the ostentatious III Forks steakhouse, which can't seem to get its temperatures right, either with steak or seafood. Bonus: sneering service and ignorant sommeliers. Two stars.
OBSERVER -- Hipster dreamboat Scott Reitz skewers the Heart Attack Grill for both its awful food and its owner's awful attitude.
DFW.COM -- Cary Darling visits the "light and airy" Company Cafe on Lowest Greenville and likes everything but the chicken, which is "dry, and with an odd spongy texture."
DALLAS MORNING NEWS -- Kim Pierce is wowed by the Company Cafe's staff's vivid hair coloring and warns that they also have "tats," but loves the chicken and waffles. Three stars.
DFW.COM -- Teresa Gubbins goes Grapevine's Winewood Grill, where the "execution is better than average is better than average: no exceptional highs but no risky lows, either." She calls their mac 'n cheese the "ultimate comfort dish."
Marquee in Highland Park Village. [Photo: Marquee/Facebook]