7 Restaurants to Visit in Fort Worth

7 Restaurants to Visit in Fort Worth

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Rodeo Goat, 2836 Bledsoe St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
 
Rodeo Goat is gaining a lot of attention for its burgers, which are filled with multiple ingredients such as bourbon-candied bacon and green chili chutney that beat out the typical lettuce and tomato. 
 
DFW.com awarded Rodeo Goat with the “Best Burger in DFW” title in 2013. They have a vast selection of odd-named burgers and beer that are worth checking out.

Cabo Grande, 115 West 2nd St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
 
Cabo Grande is a Tex-Mex style restaurant located in Sundance Square. Their menu consists of tacos, enchiladas, burritos and more.
 
The restaurant’s Facebook page says “Cabo Grande is a fresh fusion of Tex-Mex with flavors from Spain, Central, and South America.” Check out their website for the full menu and food specials. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Lili’s Bistro, 1310 West Magnolia Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76104
 
Located in a quaint building on West Magnolia Avenue, Lili’s Bistro offers a variety of food ranging from steak, burgers and seafood to vegetarian plates. If a food suggestion is needed, check out the bistro’s Yelp page where reviewers are raving about the gorgonzola fries.
 
Be sure to also check their website for different lunch and dinner hours.

Nonna Tata, 1400 W. Magnolia Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76105
 
Nonna Tata’s menu is full of classic Italian dishes. Many reviews rave Nonna Tata’s food is the closest to authentic Italian food. Nonna Tata’s is a cash only restaurant, according to the restaurants Facebook page.
 
It is open Tuesday through Friday with specific lunch and dinner hours. The hours can be found on Nonna Tata’s Facebook page here.

Bird Cafe, 155 E. 4th and Commerce Fort Worth, TX 76102
 
Located next to the Sundance Square Plaza in downtown Fort Worth, this restaurant offers American style food for brunch, lunch and dinner. The drink menu has a wide variety of wine and beer.
 
The cafe focus on “delicious, delectable small plates,” according to its website.

Ellerbe Fine Foods, 1501 W. Magnolia Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76104
 
Ellerbe Fine Foods focuses on fresh and seasonal ingredients in their dishes. This “eatery is designed to be both comfortable and elegant for a dining experience that is unparalleled,” according to its Facebook
 
The food ranges widely with American, Southern, French, Greek, Creole, and Vegetarian styles.
 

Waters, Bonnell’s Coastal Cuisine, 2901 Crockett St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
 
Waters is a seafood restaurant found in the West 7th district. They have a raw bar lining the dining room, which consists of oysters, clams, shrimp, and crab. The restaurant also serves game, beef and vegetarian options.
 
The “menu places emphasis on wild, seasonal, and most importantly, sustainable seafood,” according to Waters’ website.
 

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