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At the elegantly designed Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, there is many a sizzling steak to gorge on. Whether you have a liking for the Milanese osso buco or the filet mignon, this restaurant will have something to suit your palate. In addition, there are many seafood delicacies like salmon with tchoupitoulas sauce, sesame seared tuna and broiled lobster tail. The bar, which opens at 4.30p daily, has some wonderful wines and cocktails. Patrons are required to be in business-casual attire.
With locations across the country, The Capital Grille must be doing something right. This Fort Worth location features a typically classy atmosphere that is just as suitable for a date as it is for a family dinner. The menu features a variety of steak and seafood options, probably the two things the restaurant is most known for. Try the Wagyu Beef Carpaccio with Wasabi Arugula or the Pan Fried Calamari with Hot Cherry Peppers, two dishes that typify the unique yet familiar flavors of this classic American steakhouse.
Centrally located in the Sundance Square in the city of Ft. Worth, the Mercury Chop House is a first-rate dining avenue. Patronized by locals, it offers a serene ambience and the fine décor adds up to the overall dining experience. The Summer Salad and the Pork Chop are highly recommended. Try the steaks with the signature dynamite sauce for a spicy treat. The appetizers are in plenty and Italian eggplant tower need special mention.
Located in the historic Fort Worth stockyards since 1947, Cattlemen's Steak House will always be hailed a classic beef institution. Steaks are the specialty here—just gaze into the glass butcher case and choose the one you want to have cooked. Other selections include fried jumbo shrimp, charbroiled chicken and steamed lobster. The wine list features wonderful cabernet sauvignons and popular California labels to perfectly compliment your meal. Steak gift-boxes are also available and can be airmailed around the world.