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.
Kim Goodin has traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe, stopping for a year or two in places such as London and Denver. Aside from road trips, she enjoys animals and books, and has many of both. She will read almost anything, but particularly enjoys biographies, Southern gothic fiction, mysteries, classic British novels, and cookbooks. When her nose isn't in... Read More