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This tiny restaurant only has 21 seats inside and about five tables outside, and will not accept reservations. However, they serve some of the most authentic Italian food in the city. Start with the antipasto platter with salami, gossamer speck, frittata and pate. All of the entrees are delicious, whether you're having handmade tortellini or carbonara with parmesan and pancetta. The stuffed pastas, like tortelli stuffed with prosciutto, is dreamy. You will savor every morsel.
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.
The moment you enter the doors of the picturesque Reata restaurant in the city of Ft. Worth, you are sure to be greeted with one of the most serene ambience. The dining room contains souvenirs from the earlier venue that was destroyed in a tornado. Bite into some of the most delectable meals here, featuring Carne Asada and other Southwestern favorites. The lounge and bar are a great destination to hang over a drink or two and the rooftop patio is another highlight.
Vito Ciraci's elegant restaurant has been located in the University Village shopping center for four years. Located close to the Cultural District and Texas Christian University, the place is all formal continental sophistication, with linen tablecloths, silver lamps at the tables and fine artworks on the walls. Try the thinly sliced beef carpaccio as an appetizer and follow it up with exquisite veal scallopine or red snapper. Meanwhile, the dessert tray features spumoni and sorbet. The food at La Piazza is expensive but exotic and makes for an extraordinary experience.