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One of the restaurants at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel, Cast Iron is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as Sunday brunch. Using local produce, the chefs whip up some delicious Southern fare, good examples of which are the chicken fried Black Angus steak and roasted wild salmon. If you visit the restaurant for breakfast, you could choose the USD18 buffet, or maybe individual goodies like the baked apple upside down pancake, three egg omelet and grilled breakfast sandwich. Sunday brunch comes with the enticing offer of bottomless Mimosas.
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.
Offering one of Fort Worth's most spectacular beer gardens, the Flying Saucer is close to the heart of locals owing to its fantastic beer selection. Offering around 100 varieties of bottled beers and 80 brews on tap, it has a label suiting every drinker's taste. The food comes a close second with favorites being the delicious brats. It offers plenty of events, happy hours, quizzes and live music for general entertainment.
Known as one of the best burger joints in Ft Worth, Rodeo Goat is located in the Cultural District. Their daily ground, in-house patties are made with grass fed beef from local farmers. Far from standard fare, the burgers here are exceptionally unusual, yet mouthwatering delicious. Their Indian inspired Ravi Shankar 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.