8004 Winbrook Drive
Benbrook, TX 76126
Phone: (817) 249-8008
Fax: (817) 249-8007
This nostalgic roadside diner is a great stop for travelers and families alike. Comfortable chairs and old-fashioned decor provide a casual, home-style ambiance. The service is attentive, but not overbearing. This diner opens early for workers who need a good meal to start the day. Breakfasts are hearty and the food is good. Favorites include pancakes, waffles, omelets and of course, French toast. Lunch specials usually consist of sandwiches and burgers, as well as a variety of salads. Dinner entrees include salmon, grilled chicken and steak.
This modern Christian club is smoke and alcohol free, thus ensuring a safe environment for young people to enjoy music and dance. The name "Club 412" comes from II Timothy 4:1-2, and the club is sponsored by the church in Cityview. The stage is elevated so that guests can see the entertainment from anywhere in the room.
True Bavarian charm resides at this unlikely location in West Fort Worth. The décor is “Bavarian Chalet,” with dark wood accents complementing brick and beige stucco walls. A bandstand located in the center of the dining area features a small dance floor for those who enjoy polka. A reservation is generally required to obtain a table anywhere close to the action. The hearty platters of schnitzel, fried potatoes, sauerbraten and wurst are authentic. Most entrees are accompanied with combinations of tart red cabbage, tangy sauerkraut or delicate, mouthwatering spaetzle dumplings. A small wine list adequately complements the cuisine, although emphasis is on the large selection of domestic and imported beer available on tap.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
On the Border is a restaurant serving specialty Tex-Mex cuisine. The menu includes burritos, fajitas, enchiladas, tacos and a host of appetizers, salads and soups. The three course meal includes a salad, a combo of your choice and a warm brownie sundae. One can sip on some refreshing margherita or down a few tequila shots while at the bar. This casual dining Mexican restaurant has an efficient and friendly staff. The place has a long wait list, so do call for reservations.
This great steakhouse offers Texas favorites in the heart of Cowtown. The interior of Saltgrass Steak House has longhorn steer and deer heads perched on the walls, as well as Texas signs and other memorabilia. The perimeter of the restaurant is against a small lake, so there is ample opportunity to watch the water and maybe catch a glimpse of a duck while you are dining. The menu concentrates on beef—the thick and juicy cognac pepper Angus steak is mouthwatering. You also have choices of wonderful dishes like the plump grilled chicken breast and the grilled chicken pasta salad. The wine list here is well rounded, a perfect compliment to your meal.
The International House of Pancakes (IHOP) offers a delicious array of meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Part of a nation-wide chain this restaurant is a hit with the young and the old alike. The restaurant offers quality meals at a reasonable price. With excellent service and a comfortable atmosphere, IHOP is an ideal place to go to at any time of the day. Their signature buttermilk and chocolate chip pancakes, french toast and crepes are the most popular.
As far as healthy places to eat in Fort Worth go, this is among the best. The interior of this Southwest Fort Worth Middle Eastern deli is sparse, with only a few metal tables and chairs scattered about the dining area. But the service is friendly enough and the grub more than makes up for the lack of ambiance. Fresh pita pocket sandwiches are the specialty here, made with your choice of meat and vegetables. Several vegetarian specialties are also available, as well as hummus and other Middle Eastern entrees.
Mimi's Cafe specializes in wholesome, traditional American cuisine. The cafe belongs to a chain of restaurants by the same name and is a favorite for all age groups. The Country Shrimp Dinner, Fresh Asparagus and Potato Dip and the Spice-rubbed Ribs are all time favorites. The breakfast menu consists of popular dishes like omelets, waffles and fresh fruit juices. Savor the delectable sandwiches, burgers, pastas and flavorsome steaks which are available at a reasonable price.
Originally set up in Vancouver, this restaurant belongs to a huge chain which has more than 90 locations across America. The dining atmosphere is casual and energetic at the same time. The large fire place in the dining area adds old world charm to this distinct steakhouse. The menu includes starters, soups, cold and fresh salads, traditional steaks grilled to perfection, sirloins, prime ribs which are aged for extra tenderness, seafood, chicken dishes and fajitas. The bar menu includes delicious starters as well. This upscale steakhouse with great food and efficient service makes your dining a memorable one.
This family-run establishment has recently gained some publicity appearing in a section of the state-wide magazine, Texas Highways. Offering a menu of authentic Mexican items and meats, this tortilla shop is nowhere close to what Texans have coined Tex-Mex. This is across the border authenticity. Most people stop by for the tortillas and sauces, but others come for the more ethnic meats including barbacoa or the more popular al pastor. Can't read or pronounce the menu in Spanish? Someone there can help as everyone is more than helpful. Don't let this hole-in-the-wall outward appearance stop you from a culinary trip to Mexico.
Kids and adults alike will get a kick out of the knife wielding Hibachi chefs as they slice, toss and still manage to cook food to perfection at this favorite Japanese steakhouse in West Fort Worth. The Japanese decor and dark wood paneling provides a mystic atmosphere. Three types of seating are available here—cooking tables, traditional Japanese on-the-floor seating and standard table seating. Entree selections include steak, chicken, and shrimp served with rice and fresh stir-fried vegetables. Also, try the sesame-seed salad dressing and the variety of sushi rolls to round out your meal.