We love food, but have you ever tried the food in Texas? You know the expression that everyone says, being that “everything is bigger in Texas?” Well that is most definitely true when it comes to their cuisine. Texas is known for its love (and invention) of Tex-Mex, and of course good-ole barbeque. The Southern culinary experience is bold and mostly big. This culture has its share of iconic dishes that everyone must try and I can guarantee you that you won’t regret it.
Side note: take advantage of curbside delivery if you don't want to dine in!
Whether you're a local or looking to visit the city in the future, here's a list recommendations to try:
Location: Bryant Irvin Road
Experience their award-winning farm-to-table philosophy in cuisine that exhibits regional style with spices that fuse Southwestern, Creole and Mexican influences.
Location: W. Magnolia Avenue
Their focus on creativity is coupled with some familiarity. Try flavors that are pronounced, defined, interesting and complimentary but not overwhelming. FYI - you should definitely try their quail sliders during lunch hour.
Location: Fort Worth Stockyards
Urban Western Cuisine you MUST try. Chef/owner Tim Love designed this menu influenced by all of the ingredients and cultures that have been a part of the West with an added level of modern sophistication.
Location: Downtown Fort Worth
A Fort Worth staple with a breath-taking rooftop view of Downtown. You will fall in love with the Texan atmosphere it has to offer along with the remarkable service. Our side dish recommendation: jalapeno and cheddar grits. YUM.
Location: Camp Bowie Blvd.
It started as a grocery store, but was the first in the area to have a full-service meat market. After head butcher O.R. Gentry started grilling burgers in the back for neighbors, Kincaid's evolved from a grocery store to hamburger institution. It's a good-feel, family-friendly environment. And the best part is you can taste it in their burgers.
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