6455 Old Denton Road
Fort Worth, TX 76131
Phone: (817) 386-5666
Fax: (817) 386-5668
6455 Old Denton Road, Fort Worth, TX, US, 76131
- Phone: (817) 386-5666
- Fax: (817) 386-5668
An Zen Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar is located in North Fort Worth at the Western Center Marketplace. A wide range of various Asian cuisines can be found at this contemporary bistro, ranging from Japanese noodle soups to Korean beef dishes to Chinese favorites. A large menu of handrolls and sashimi selections contains everything from simple and traditional Japanese nigiri to Americanized incarnations topped with mayonnaise. Offering a little taste of several popular styles, An Zen Asian Bistro is a sure bet for travelers seeking a wealth of Asian Options.
J. Christen's Grill and Bar is located just a couple of miles south from the Texas Motor Speedway, and its interior is decorated with racing pictures, racing car doors, checkered flags and framed fire suits. The food includes chicken, burgers, catfish, steaks and Tex-Mex dishes. The plump, spicy grilled chicken filet is liberally dusted with spices before being grilled, and the half-pound mushroom and grilled onion cheeseburger is simply superb! Gourmets are delightful including juicy prime filet mignon, complete with grilled onions and mushrooms. Desserts include an excellent lime pie and the chocolate shell dessert stuffed with pound cake, strawberries and whipped cream.
Mexican favorites and innovative cuisine collide at this modern but authentic restaurant. Tejano music plays in the background and televisions tuned to sports are just about everywhere. Start your meal with an order of queso flameado, melted cheese served with Mexican sausage. Interesting entrees include shrimp quesadillas and quail, and the traditional Mexican gang of grub features fajitas, enchiladas and flautas.
A sports bar and fast food restaurant, Ricky Bobby serves some amazing range of beers and cocktails. Casual and trendy interiors make up for a hip ambiance, while the crazy crowd adds to the dining experience. Filled with youngsters from the neighborhood, this bar is also known to serve some amazing dishes like cheese loaded fries, Kyle's Catfish Nuggets, Monster Club Sandwich and RB's Burger. With a horde of events taking place form time to time, this place sure seems like the ideal spot to hangout on weekends. Drop by with a bunch of friends, to catch you favorite team play, or just loiter around, while sipping the chilled beer.
Located inside the Holiday Inn North, Baron's is a quiet respite for business and vacation travelers alike. Plush chairs and classic wooden tables complement the upscale interior. The menu includes a variety of traditional American entrees, as well as a few Mexican-influenced ones, such as Crabmeat Quesadillas. You will enjoy the fork-tender steaks, Shrimp Cocktail, large fresh salads, and a variety of chicken entrees. Also, try one of the house specialties like Grilled Yellowfish Tuna.
At T's Asian Kitchen, fusion dishes reign supreme. The mostly Chinese and Vietnamese influenced restaurant features a number of favorites from both cuisines, including sweet and sour chicken, lemon butter chicken and pho. If you're looking for something especially delectable, try the beef and crispy potatoes, a truly glorious combination of flavors sure to satisfy even the most insatiable of appetites. The flavors of Asia are alive and well here at T's Asian Kitchen.
Located on the Fort Worth/Haltom City Border. The Eatery serves up delicious dishes from gourmet to just plain good ol' southern home cooking. At The Eatery, every dish is created using only the freshest, finest ingredients. There is no microwave oven here. Their fun and tasty menu makes The Eatery your home away from home. Enjoy their delicious desserts and salads.
Cooper's Fort Worth has a large main dining area, as well as an incredible indoor/outdoor patio with a view of the Fort Worth skyline that accommodates about 200 guests.
Housed in an 1915 red brick warehouse in the Stockyards district of Fort Worth, Los Vaqueros offers traditional Tex-Mex fare. Since opening in 1983, Los Vaqueros has received numerous awards for their superlative service within the region. Time-worn walls and elegant table settings compliment a menu that dips between authentic plates and more modern spins on traditional entrees. Larger plates include the Los Vaqueros dinner, a combination of an enchilada, tamale and meat taco served with a side of house-made guacamole, as well as the Sonya special, a heaping platter of guacamole-topped tostada, a cheese-stuffed taco, and a chicken enchilada. A massive garden allows for large private events to be held comfortably at this time-tested Tex-Mex location.
Cardona's located in the historic Stockyards is the place to go for some authentic Mexican dishes. Diners can get seated at the patio and tuck into some flavorful dishes from the grill. The signature dishes include the El Matador, Spinach and Squash Enchiladas, Beef and Chicken Fajitas and the delicious tapas which are highly recommended. The bar has an impressive selection of frozen margheritas and imported beers. This Mexican restaurant has live music as well during dinner time, so enjoy to your heart's content.
Specializing in Sicilian home cooking, this restaurant offers a variety of specialty, gourmet pizzas with all of the sauces, meatballs, dough, and Italian sausages made-from-scratch daily. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Located in the historic Fort Worth stockyards since 1947, Cattlemen's Steak House will always be hailed a classic beef institution. Steaks are the specialty here—just gaze into the glass butcher case and choose the one you want to have cooked. Other selections include fried jumbo shrimp, charbroiled chicken and steamed lobster. The wine list features wonderful cabernet sauvignons and popular California labels to perfectly compliment your meal. Steak gift-boxes are also available and can be airmailed around the world.