Fort Worth cuisine is as flavorful as the city's rich Western heritage and world-class artistic masterpieces.
Featuring the best Texas ingredients and exotic flavors from around the world, our award-winning chefs are serving up dishes that are off the beaten culinary trail. Enjoy the juiciest, most robust grilled meats; bodacious barbeque sauces that animate the sense; fresh pico de gallo with that electrifying zing and more!
Cantina Laredo serves Mexico City-style cuisine in a sophisticated atmosphere. Start with table-side guacamole, then enjoy daily fish specials, chicken and steaks, complemented with signature sauces.
The warm, intimate Del Frisco's Double Eagle features a classic steakhouse menu: USDA prime beef, flown-in-daily seafood, side vegetables served family-style, luscious desserts including their award-winning lemon cake, and an extensive collection of fine wines.
Eddie V's Prime Seafood is inspired by the culinary styles of the great seafood restaurants of New Orleans, San Francisco and Boston, yet with a dapper decor that nods to early-Vegas cool. Flown-in-daily seafood and USDA prime, center-cut aged steaks are paired with bold sauces and stunning sides.
Ellerbe Fine Foods highlights local and seasonal ingredients in its innovative farm-to-table cuisine. The restaurant's cozy-yet-airy, elegant-meets-minimalist style provides the perfect location to linger for an evening of food and wine, meet for a business lunch, enjoy a pre-show supper or dinner with friends, celebrate a special occasion, or share a nightcap of dessert and coffee. Visit the in-house Ellerbe Market for boutique wines and specialty condiments.
Grace's comfortable modern décor is the perfect showcase for its sophisticated, updated American cuisine, featuring the very best in name-brand ingredients: main dishes are built on Berkshire pork, Meyer Ranch beef and Vital Farms chicken; sides include Yukon mashed potatoes and Anson Mills polenta. Finish with a root beer float made with Henry Wienhard's root beer and 3 Olives root beer vodka, or adjourn to the spectacular bar for craft cocktails — top-shelf, of course.
At Ruth's Chris the famous steaks are seared to perfection at 1800 degrees and topped with butter so they sizzle all the way to your table. Soups, salad, fish and chicken dishes complete the menu
This intimate below-street-level restaurant offers many ways to enjoy fondue, including low-fat cooking options such as seasoned vegetable broth instead of the usual hot oil for the meat/seafood course. From the starter cheese fondue, with bread cubes and apples for dipping, to the grand finale of flambéed chocolate fondue with fresh fruits and angel cake, every bite is sinfully delicious.
Back in the mid-1990s, Reata garnered national accolades for its modern take on Western cooking, known as “cowboy cuisine” or “upscale ranch.” Its early star chefs (Grady Spears, Brian Olenjack, Tim Love) have moved on, opening their own acclaimed upscale-ranch restaurants, while Reata continues its original mission: putting gourmet touches to chuckwagon favorites like chicken-fried steak with pepper gravy, buffalo ribeye and pepper-crusted tenderloin. The rooftop bar and dining patio is a great place to relax and look over the city. With its leather-rich ranch house décor and friendly, always-excellent service, Reata truly is the quintessential Fort Worth experience.
Cattlemen's Steak House still serves many dyed-in-the-wool cowboys, international tourists and patrons at the weekly rodeo taking place at Cowtown Coliseum. Get the signature Heart o' Texas rib-eye, a nicely marbled slab, and watch the cook sear it over an open fire that serves as the dining room's focal point.
Alonti offers signature deli sandwiches, fresh salads, pastas and soups
The Pow-Chicken-Bow-Wow, chicken tenders with cream cheese, eel sauce, and spicy aioli, is just one of the creative signature rolls at An Zen, a surprisingly stylish bistro given its strip-mall location. The pan-Asian cuisine includes Japanese, Thai, Chinese and curry dishes as well as sushi.
Long revered by locals, Angelo's has been serving delicious dishes for more than 50 years. Specialties include smoked brisket, tender ribs, juicy chopped-beef sandwiches, and frosted schooners of Bud.
This tiny eatery, with seating for 22, offers a menu of more than 70 pan-Asian dishes. A great introduction to Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian, and other regional cuisines in a casual, quick-service setting.
Bailey's Barbecue offers delicious barbecue in an intimate setting. Get there early to get a spot at this local favorite.
Baker Bros. brings the authentic taste of the heartland to the neighborhood. Serving the finest breads, the freshest produce and only premium-quality meats and cheeses, Baker Bros. offers specialty sandwiches and award-winning salads.
Though the carbonara and bolognese are wonderful, this restaurant is best known for exotic game. Chef's specials may include Texas antelope, ostrich with green peppercorns, elk with wild mushroom sauce, venison medallions and caribou. A variety of appetizers, pastas, entrees and salads are available for less adventurous diners.
Bonnell's showcases Southwestern and Creole influences as well as the owner's classical training. Chef Jon Bonnell is a fan of wild game, getting his venison and antelope locally from another young entrepreneur. Chef Bonnell uses local ingredients when available and enjoys perusing farmers' markets for fruits and vegetables just off the vine. Such attention to detail has already won him critical raves and made Bonnell's a true Fort Worth classic.
Booger Red's is the perfect place to hang up your hat, settle into a saddle barstool and enjoy appetizers, ribs, cool beverages and more in a delightful western setting. Make sure to try the Buffalo Butt beer from Rahr Brewery, a local brewery.
Don't be fooled by the Western hunting-lodge decor of saddles, saloon doors, and stuffed animal heads - at Buffalo West, calf fries and chicken-fried steak share the menu with lobster bisque and plum-sauced duck breast.
Campisi's Pizza in Fort Worth is located on Camp Bowie Boulevard right off of I-30. In addition to their famous rectangular-shaped thin-crust pizza, the menu also includes salads, pastas, and Italian classics like chicken parmigiana.
Serving three meals daily, Cast Iron captures the flavor of Fort Worth with emphasis on local ingredients, Southern style and a twist on hometown classics. Sunday brunch offers a wide selection of savory choices from breakfast, lunch and dessert buffets along with bottomless mimosas.
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