• Located a couple blocks from Magnolia Ave. in the Near Southside, Paco & John's Mexican Diner may seem deceiving with its former convenience store facade, but inside, you'll find street tacos stuffed with red snapper; salmon enchiladas with chiles de arbol and shredded duck empanadas.
  • Kincaid's, a former grocery store along Camp Bowie's bricks is known for its Fort Worth history and the famous burgers.
  • Near the Cultural District, Railhead BBQ draws crowds for the smoked beef brisket, pork ribs, spicy sausage and signature French fries.
  •  Owner-chef Jon Bonnell woos the palate with elk loin tacos, pecan-crusted Texas redfish and peppered buffalo tenderloin at Bonnell's Fine Texas Cuisine.
  • Farm-to-market goodness shines in every dish crafted by chef-owner Molly McCook, at Ellerbe Fine Foods; be sure to try Maw Maw's Bread Pudding.

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(817) 231-8827

Bonnell's showcases Southwestern and Creole influences as well as the owner's classical training. Chef Jon Bonnell is a fan of wild game, getting his venison and antelope locally from another young entrepreneur. Chef Bonnell uses local ingredients... More


Ellerbe Fine Foods highlights local and seasonal ingredients in its innovative farm-to-table cuisine. The restaurant's cozy-yet-airy, elegant-meets-minimalist style provides the perfect location to linger for an evening of food and wine, meet for a... More

(817) 732-2881

A burger joint that evolved out of a grocery store in the 1960s, Kincaid's is a local favorite for grilled sandwiches, fried okra, ice cream floats and, most of all, juicy half-pound burgers. More

(817) 738-9808

With a devoted local following and famous t-shirts, Railhead Smokehouse offers a spectacular menu of heaping plates of ribs, sliced beef, fries and cheddar peppers. Weekday specials, beer and margaritas are also available. More