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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.
If seafood is your thing, it doesn't get much better — or much fresher — than Flying Fish. This place offers a variety of fish and seafood in a "fast-casual" format where tipping is absolutely not expected. Bring the whole family and take your pick from a fresh selection of catfish, shrimp, oysters and more. Bring in a photo of your biggest catch and they will even put it on the wall. Great for families, Flying Fish is a can't miss bet for tasty seafood in a casual atmosphere.
This popular Ft. Worth establishment is known for its fresh seafood and prime steaks. Trendy and chic, Eddie V's Prime Seafood is a contemporary Cultural District restaurant. Decked out in dark purple hues, rich leather chairs, dark hard wood floors, crisp white linens all add to the romantic, low-lighting ambiance. Live jazz music is offered most nights makes for a lively atmosphere. The succulent tuna tartare and scallops are a hit here, but the menu is seasonal depending on availability.
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.
Truluck's is name synonymous with exquisite seafood and indulgent dining. Truluck's brings the same passion for seafood to Southlake, located at the Southlake Town Center in the heart of downtown. On the menu patrons will find some of the best variety of the freshest and seasonal seafood sourced from local artisan purveyors; highlights being the Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, New Orleans BBQ Shrimp, South Georgia Sea Bass, Cioppino and Maine Lobster. Meat lovers won't be disappointed either with entrees featuring some of the best prime cuts like Center-Cut Filet and Angus All Natural Ribeye. A bespoke wine list accompanies the menu selections, adding a finesse to each course. The atmosphere is classy, and live music and sharp service make dining here a memorable experience. Reservations are highly recommended.