310 Houston Street, Fort Worth, 76102
Cowboy cooking-inspired cuisine merges
with elegant ambience to bring you a dining
experience you will never forget. Just a
few dishes include tenderloin tamales,
blackened buffalo ribeye and pan-seared
pepper crusted tenderloin.
3617 W. 7th Street, Fort Worth, 76107
Considered one of the best restaurants
in Tarrant County, Saint-Emilion’s wait
staff earns as much praise as its marvelous
French country cuisine. As proof that
fine food doesn’t mean unaffordable,
locals know to look for the excellent daily
specials as well as the prix-fixe option. An
extensive wine list completes this little
bistro – making it a true gem of the Fort
Worth restaurant scene.
7026 W. Main Street, Frisco, 75033
Randy’s Steakhouse recently celebrated 18
years of satisfying customers with its wide-ranging menu. It also won Open Table.com’s
2010 Diners Choice award for its outstanding
food and service.
4861 Bass Pro Drive, Garland, 75043
Primo’s has been named by D Magazine
as one of its “Must Do’s” in Dallas, and
small wonder. The Tex-Mex eatery has been
serving wondrous dishes based on family
recipes in a leisurely atmosphere since 1986.
Bob’s Steak and Chop House
1255 S. Main Street, Grapevine, 76051
Bob’s Steak & Chop House has been ranked
D Magazine, Distinguished Restaurants of
North America, Travel & Leisure and Bon
Appetit, to name a few, as one of the top
steakhouses in the country. An experienced
staff serves only the best quality dishes and
an extensive wine list.
124 E. Worth Street, Grapevine, 76051
Since 1985, Esparza’s has served some of the
finest Tex-Mex cuisine in the Metroplex. As the
Margarita Capital of Texas®, it is also known
for its fine drinks and friendly, jovial atmosphere.
423 S. Main Street, Grapevine, 76051,
Tolbert’s has been a mainstay in Dallas for
27 year, with its famous chili con carne, char-grilled steaks and burgers, signature salads,
tortilla soup and other outstanding dishes.
5400 Whitehall Street, Las Colinas, 75038
Benihana offers food not only cooked, but
choreographed! Chefs slice and dice as they
prepare meals before their patrons’ eyes.
Enjoy a meal of steak, chicken, seafood and
fresh vegetables on traditional Japanese-style
hibachi table, and while being treated to the
longest running dinner show in the world.
The Blue Fish
925 W. John Carpenter Fwy., Irving, 75039
Hip and hot, The Blue Fish is considered by
locals one of the best spots for sushi. Order one
of the signature sushi dishes or choose from a
wide array of other Japanese dishes, and don’t
forget to take advantage of the sake bar.
7750 N. MacArthur, Irving, 75063
1276 Main Street, Southlake, 76092
Part of the M Crowd Restaurant Group,
the original Mi Cocina served as its flagship
restaurant in 1991. There, it Mexican dishes
made from only the best ingredients, and it
continues to do so to this day.
7161 Bishop Road, Plano, 75024
Jasper’s proprietor and chef Kent Rathbun
ensures that all his dishes meet the highest
standards of quality, freshness and seasonality
while combining modern-creative and
traditional American styles of cooking.
7161 Bishop Road, Ste G2, Plano, 75024
There’s nothing conventional here about
either the food or the setting at Naan,
with its unique modern approach to Asian
cuisine. Traditional Korean fare, including
Korean barbecue, an expansive sushi bar and
exquisite Asian dishes are served here within
this beautiful environment of mahogany
fixtures and bamboo flooring.
Culpepper Steak House
309 E. Interstate 30, Rockwall, 75087
Executive Chef Chad Bowden brings his
innovative and exacting style to one of the
finest steak houses in DFW. Come and see
why patrons describe their experience at
Culpepper as “outstanding,” “excellent” and
“…a staple in Rockwall for many years.”
1251 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake, 76092
A nod to the casual pizzerias found
throughout New York, Coal Vines serves
up specialties pizzas that are complimented
by and excellent wine list and a full range of
other fine traditional Italian dishes.