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Enjoy modern American cuisine at Grace Restaurant. The restaurant has a contemporary, classy ambiance and friendly service. There are a lot of classic dishes to choose from, including fried green tomatoes and the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes. There is also a wide selection of wines and intriguing cocktails to try, including the Cherry Limade and Bosc Pear Martini.
Chef-proprietor Michael Thomson has offered fine dining at this Forth Worth legend for many years. Michaels Restaurant offers only the best in contemporary ranch-style cuisine, while the less formal Ancho Chile Bar offers food as well as drinks. The casual ambience in each is equally suited to business travelers and families. Signature dishes include the venison quesadillas, the pecan chicken stuffed with goat cheese and the pistachio salmon fillet. Rich desserts such as key lime pie and flan with roasted pecan sauce make for excellent choices. A sunday brunch is offered every weekend, with features items such as eggs benedict and specialty omelets. The full wine list is reasonably priced.
Established in 1935, Joe T. Garcia's remains one of Fort Worth's most popular Mexican restaurants, run by the Garcia-LanCarte family. Located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth near hotels and the cultural district, the venue features beautiful fiesta gardens with a patio. Everyone enjoys the outdoor seating, complete with ferns, rippling water and huge shade trees. Try the cheese enchiladas or the fajitas (your choice of grilled beef or chicken). Excellent appetizers include Joe's nachos, quesadillas or chalupas. The popular weekend brunch begins with huevos rancheros or migas with potatoes and refried beans.