Top 12 - Best Steaks
Considering the city’s role as an important stop for cattle drovers along the Chisholm Trail, it’s no wonder that beef is king in Fort Worth, where there is no dearth of quality steakhouses.
Open since 1947, Cattlemen’s Steak House in the Stockyards National Historic District specializes in aged, charcoal-grilled steaks from corn-fed cattle in a rustic atmosphere befitting real cowboys and cowgirls. Nearby, Hunter Brothers’ H3 Ranch serves a variety of steaks cooked over a hickory-wood grill in a comfortable and casual Western setting. Don’t limit yourself to steak here, because the thin-cut fried catfish is a house specialty.
Downtown Fort Worth has several steakhouses, including the elegant, special-occasion worthy Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, which has gracious service, hand-cut prime steaks, fresh seafood options — including cold-water lobster tails — and an extensive wine list. Also downtown is the well-known, upscale Ruth’s Chris Steak House, part of a Florida-based chain with more than 100 U.S. restaurants and eight in other countries. Located in the Omni Fort Worth Hotel is the classic Bob’s Steak & Chop House, consistently voted as a top steakhouse in North Texas. Near the Cultural District and Texas Christian University is Silver Fox Steakhouse, a cozy, clubby and comfortable spot.