Quality Inn & Suites
2700 S. Cherry Lane
Fort Worth, TX 76116
Phone: (817) 560-4180
Fax: (817) 560-8032
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.
Experience fine dining finesse at The Zodiac with, a restaurant with scrumptious meals and beautiful decor, just to make your lunch perfect! Their chicken delicacies are much talked about; the southwest chicken wrap and chicken and creamy risotto are some of the favourite dishes here. The restaurant is open only for lunch between 11a to 3p from Monday to Saturday.
Good BBQ demands the perfect balance between smokey and sweet, and the Woody Creek Bar-B-Q has this culinary art form down pat. The meat is succulent, tender and juicy, freshly cut, packed with flavor and served in generous portions. Add on a side of baked beans and potato salad, a cold beer and a slice of pie and you'll be set for the next couple of days at the least. The menu features everything from smoked briskets, ribs and pulled pork, to sausage links, bologna and cajun turkey. Don't hesitate to ask for extra sauce, because its really one of those things that you simply cannot get enough of. Live musical performances are held on the patio from time to time, so keep an eye on their facebook page to stay updated on the latest happenings.
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.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
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.
During peak times, it is standing room only at this popular Benbrook homestyle restaurant. The casual interior is bright and open with lots of windows for natural light. Order your food at the counter and then wait for the staff to call your name. With more than 20 burgers to choose from, you are sure to find your favorite here. Popular choices such as the mushroom and swiss burger and hickory burger are always well prepared. Other menu items include fried catfish, salads, sandwiches, and homemade pies.
Twin Creeks Cafe is located inside the Kent Honda Dealership at South West Loop 820. The restaurant is known for its gourmet burgers and delicious lunch specials at reasonable prices. It is a great way for patrons to grab a burger while getting your car serviced. The restaurant is kids friendly and staff here is very efficient.
This awesome Italian restaurant offers deliciously authentic Italian food, wine and a unique romantic atmosphere. Situated below street level, it draws crowds daily for intimate get-togethers, family celebrations and corporate parties. The intimate booths are perfect for couples, and everyone will enjoy the singing waiters. You will find a variety of fresh Italian foods, steaks and seafood cooked to your specifications. The more you have enjoyed true foods hailing from Italy, the more you will love the prime beef, gourmet pizzas and specialty desserts found here.
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.
There are more than 150 items available at this fabulous ethnic Chinese restaurant. Located near downtown Fort Worth and the Cultural District, Szechuan Restaurant draws a mix of business patrons and out-of-town guests. The ambiance features low lighting, and the staff provides prompt service.The ingredients are always fresh; the zesty chicken dishes are sweet and pungent, whereas the beef is tender and tasty. House specialties include shrimp and scallops in a hot garlic sauce, pan-fried noodles with chicken and vegetables, and the Mongolian barbecue combination platter. Daily lunch specials are available,too.
Opened in 1953, Margie's is dedicated to serving fresh homemade Italian food. Housed in a quaint, older spot in far west Fort Worth, Margie's exudes an old world Italian charm. Dim lighting provides a romantic ambiance. Specialty items include wood-oven pizzas, fettuccine Alfredo, the linguini with garlic pesto, and the penne with grilled chicken, spinach, onions and mushrooms. Other highlights include baked cannelloni, manicotti and the chicken picatta with fettuccine Alfredo. Desserts are heavenly, with choices including Italian wedding cake, cappuccino pie and spumoni. Seven varieties of beer and 37 bottles of wine are available.