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The Riscky's Barbecue has a legacy of fine food and memorable dining experiences. Serving connoisseurs of fine food for more than 80 years now, it is one of the best places for succulent barbecued fare. Take in the flavors of the delicious BBQ sauce seeping through perfectly cooked short ribs. The buffet style dining is another highlight with a choice of two meats including turkey, smoked ham, chicken and a lot more.
Known as one of the best burger joints in Fort Worth, Rodeo Goat is located in the Cultural District. Their daily ground, in-house patties are made with grass fed beef from local farmers. Their burger are really unusual, especially the Indian inspired Ravi Shankar that features red curry, coriander chutney, carrots, onion, tomato, lettuce and most surprising of all, peanut butter. The dessert is equally delicious and the fried pecan pie shouldn't be passed over! Their beer selection is also quite notable with a wide range of local craft brews as well as American classics.
With a rowdy roadhouse atmosphere and gaudy diner furnishings, this funky, 50-year-old eatery is perfect for families and fun-loving folks in general. Certain nights of the week, Fred's Cafe features special themes, while weekend nights are reserved for live music and patio dancing. Authentic, mile-high hamburgers are the café's claim to fame. Wednesday nights are invent-a-pizza nights, while Friday nights are hot and spicy, with Tex-Mex entrees on special. Diners are also encouraged to suggest new entree combinations, which may even earn a permanent spot on the menu.
A colorful mural on the outside walls of this charming little eatery announces the cuisine to all who pass by: chicken, seafood and beef. Once inside, patrons are greeted by yet another mural, this one commemorating the history of Fort Worth, including the Historic Stockyards. Seasonal specials are listed on a chalkboard; the annual "Lobsterama" in September features delicious whole lobsters at unbelievable prices. The menu at Lucille's Stateside Bistro includes different kinds of grilled fish and chicken as well as a good variety of steaks and hamburgers. Calorie-conscious diners may take note of the starred entries on the menu, which specify low-fat options.
This long time Fort Worth tradition began as a grocery store and meat market in 1946. But today Kincaid's is known for its excellent burgers. The casual eatery, complete with picnic tables and a stand-up counter, is a popular choice by families and business people. Menu options include a variety of juicy burgers, as well as home-style meals such as chicken and dumplings and chicken fried steak. Banana pudding and homemade cookies are favorite choices for dessert.