northern Japan where the day’s catch is
grilled on small fires. Kobe beef is a
featured item on the menu that you can
enjoy several ways.
Italian style. The original Bella Italia is
located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and
owner Carlo Croci has brought the same
fine quality of cuisine to Fort Worth.
Truluck’s Steak & Stone Crab
52401 McKinney Avenue
Known for their famous stone crabs,
Truluck’s is the place to come for the best
in steaks and seafood. With their attentive
wait staff and excellent wine menu,
Truluck’s is a top-notch dining experience.
Taste the stuff legends are made of. In the
steak business for more than 50 years,
Cattlemen’s Steakhouse is a Fort Worth
icon just around the corner from the
Stockyards. The service is friendly, the
atmosphere is relaxed, and the steaks are
charcoal-grilled in the front room. Patrons
select their own cut of meat, with a choice
of everything from three different cuts of
rib-eye to a T-bone.
Twisted Root Burger Co.
2615 Commerce Street
5609 SMU Boulevard
If you like burgers, if you REALLY like burgers,
then Twisted Root is the place for you.
Featuring prime meat that’s fresh and
seasoned, never frozen, as well as hand-battered buttermilk fried dishes, fresh-cut
sweet potatoes, homemade pickles and
in-house made Root Beer; along with
homemade ice-cream and condiments.
2900 S. Hulen Street
The only thing lovelier than the setting of
wood-beamed ceilings and quaint flowered tablecloths in this little eatery would
be the food. Long-time patrons recommend
the tea-smoked duck or the macadamia-crusted shrimp. Mmmm…
610 Main Street
Located within the Ashton Hotel, Café
Ashton is quiet and cozy, and offers the
perfect setting to enjoy its upscale French-American cuisine. Thanks to Chef
Diarmuid Murphy’s inventive menu, there’s
a little something to please everyone
here, with variations on old favorites as
well as some surprises.
Fred’s Texas Café
915 Currie Street
The looks of Fred’s Texas Café can be
deceiving. Considered a classic “hole in
the wall,” Fred’s is a small, friendly place
set in a very old building – and popular
enough to stay packed with customers.
Menu items include quesadillas, burgers,
and beer. Check out the outdoor patio
and the live music on the weekends.
2533 White Settlement Road
From the day it opened in 1958,
Angelo’s has made a name for itself in the
world of barbecue. A down-home
favorite, the smoked ribs are done to a
succulent goodness that literally falls off
the bones. Say a special “hello” to the
stuffed bear at the front door.
2458 N. Main Street
Joe T. Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant
2201 N. Commerce Street
This Dallas landmark was establish back
in 1935, and since then it has garnered
a reputation for a friendly, elegant atmosphere coupled with outstanding traditional
Mexican fare. It even has its own bakery
and makes its own hot sauce.
Bella Italia West
5139 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Exotic game is the name of the game at
this elegant restaurant, with everything
from buffalo, elk, ostrich, emu, quail,
antelope, caribou and venison on the
menu, many served in the traditional