Best Fort Worth, TX Restaurants

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    8. Reata

    Forced to vacate its original home after a tornado struck the city, Reata operated a catering business for two years before settling into its dramatic new location. Now operating on three floors (one of which is a...

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    7. Joe T. Garcia's

    Folks in Fort Worth wouldn't know what to do without Joe T's. For more than 60 years, this family-owned mainstay has been serving up great Mexican fare to people from all around. Dinner entrees are basically limited...

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    6. Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

    This classy restaurant grills some of the best steaks in town; in fact, many regard it as the county's number one steakhouse. Premium beef is the seductive draw. Freshly cut when you order, steaks are cooked to a...

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    5. Ruffino's Ristorante Italiano

    Family owned by brothers Franco and Robert Albanese, this sophisticated venue is one of the area's favorite destinations for incredible Italian cuisine and a subdued, romantic ambience. Delicious fare based on...

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    3. Blue Mesa Grill

    Blue Mesa's inviting atmosphere renders it an ideal place to meet family, friends, and co-workers. The menu offers extensive selections, and sweet potato chips with fire-roasted salsa are complimentary starters....

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    2. Japanese Palace

    For more than a generation, this accommodating restaurant has been a Fort Worth favorite, and it fills many dining needs thanks to a prolific kitchen. Groups gather around hibachi grills, eager to take in the antics...

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    1. Sapristi! Bistro and Wine Bar

    Owned by veterans of other Fort Worth dining successes, this upscale bistro attracts patrons who can't get enough of the flavorful Mediterranean cuisine and the social scene. Tapas dishes grant folks the chance to...

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About Fort Worth, TX Restaurants

This is Texas. Barbecue is King. Railhead Smokehouse and Angelo's are top picks, but with a little exploration you're bound to find others you love too. So what else is there to eat in Fort Worth? Southwestern, Tex-Mex and Mexican are commonplace and generally quite tasty everywhere, but Los Vaqueros stands above the herd. Steaks and cowboy cooking are popular too – try the Saltgrass Steak House, Lonesome Dove, Michael's, La Hacienda and H3 Ranch Grill, all winners. If you're looking for something more international, Byblos and Hedary's are excellent for Greek and Middle Eastern, Cacharel and Saint-Emilion are tops for fine French, and Bella Italia West weaves Italian and Texas specialties with a deft hand.

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