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.
One of the city's most popular barbecue joints actually began as a beer hall in 1958. The original owner, Angelo George, added the meat as a sideline to encourage customers to drink more. Now the former beer hall has been named one of the best places for barbeque by the Zagat Weekly and Texas Monthly. The walls are graced with typically Texan taxidermy (moose, buffalo and deer). Entrees include pork ribs, sausage, brisket, ham and chicken, all of which come with potato salad, cole slaw and beans on the side. Wash it all down with a huge frosty mug of one of the many beers on tap.
Sporting an authentic Old West saloon ambiance, the White Elephant Saloon has been named among Esquire magazine's 100 Best Bars in America. Memorabilia found in the White Elephant Saloon memorializes the Fort Worth Stockyard's past. You will also find a wonderful collection of elephant artifacts, statues and toys given to the bar by appreciative patrons from around the world, from Germany to Thailand. Country and western music is played every night. The food is the usual bar fare, made specifically to complement the drinks and entertainment.
Located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, this restaurant resides in a saloon-style building loaded with Western ambiance. Horse saddles hang from the walls and a large wooden bar stretches across the dining room. A tin ceiling adds to the rustically authentic charm. Chef and owner Tim Love is a native Texan, which is obvious in his most-requested specialty, roasted garlic-stuffed beef tenderloin. Other menu items emulate Italian, Spanish, Mexican and Asian fare, including the buffalo rib eye and quail quesadillas.
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.
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.
Located close to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Taste Community Restaurant opened its doors in the year 2012. This non-profit eatery was established by Jeff Williams. They serve delicious hot meals like oatmeal, soup, salad, pasta and a lot more. The organization’s main aim is to feed the poor and the homeless. They encourage patrons to either pay the full price of their meal, pay what they can or donate for an extra meal. They often host fundraisers to serve their cause.
A step apart from the usual chain coffeehouse, this traditional establishment is a classic 1950s diner reminiscent of an old soda shop. It features coffee and hearty helpings of food and encourages quiet, casual conversation. Serving breakfast and lunch only, Paris Coffee Shop is known for its desserts and plate lunches. Selections include fried chicken, catfish, and liver and onions. Breakfast selections are just as plentiful and include eggs(any style), bacon and toast.
Shinjuku Station in Japan is the world's busiest train station; Shinjuku Station in Fort Worth is a Japanese restaurant specializing in small portioned dishes meant to be shared among friends. With brick walls and trendy artwork adorning the walls, this is the kind of place that's perfect for a night out with friends over drinks and exotic Japanese flavors. Try the okonomiyaki, or "Japanese Pizza," which consists of pork belly, cabbage, and Shoma. With beer, wine and specialty cocktails on offer, there is plenty to fuel your conversation deep into the night.
Being local and proud of it takes on a whole new meaning at Brewed. The decor can only be described as eclectic, with a mix of classic arm chairs, taxidermy, metal, bare-brick and wood-work, with turquoise accents that tie it all together. The ambiance is reminiscent of the living room of a marvelously eccentric friend who aches to show of his oddball collection of curios. Warm and inviting, Brewed is a place to gather with friends and sample an inspired selection of specialty coffees, craft beer and seasonal dishes created by locals, using local ingredients. The weekend brunch with fried chicken, biscuits and gravy is an especially popular event and attracts quite a following.