Reata

This place is hands down, one of our favorite places to dine when visiting the great city of Fort Worth, Texas.   Reata, meaning “rope”,  truly strings together some of the most legendary Texas cuisine you’ll ever have.  There are two Reata locations in the D/FW area, but our favorite is in the Sundance Square locale in downtown Fort Worth.  Four stories tall, with an amazing rooftop bar/eating area, you can’t go wrong with this culinary dream.

Reata Restaurant provides Cowtown with the best that Southwestern food has to offer. With a menu that contains everything from steaks to Creole and Southern dishes, it’s sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate.

True to its roots, the Reata family has the same grit and determination as the great state of Texas. On March 28, 2000 Reata stood in defiance against Mother Nature and refused to capitulate even as a tornado ripped through downtown, destroying many buildings and leaving the original Reata location on the 35th floor of the Bank One Building in ruins. Reata emerged stronger than ever in its new location the former Caravan of Dreams at 310 Houston Street.

We love Reata!  And you will, too!

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310 Houston Street
Sundance Square
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
(817) 336-1009

http://www.reata.net/

You know you're in Texas when you dine at Reata!
You know you’re in Texas when you dine at Reata!
Howdy, y'all
Howdy, y’all
Classic Texan, through and throug
Classic Texan, through and through
Good atmosphere...and amazing food
Good atmosphere…and amazing food
Incredible complimentary Texas cornbread
Incredible complimentary Texas cornbread
The world-famous Reata Ribeye Steak
The world-famous Reata Ribeye Steak
Tamales with seasoned pork tendrloins and smashed pecans...AMAZING
Tamales with seasoned pork tendrloins and smashed pecans…AMAZING
Grilled buffalo steak with smashed gold potatoes...incredible
Grilled buffalo steak with smashed gold potatoes…incredible
The most amazing desserts you'll ever see or taste
The most amazing desserts you’ll ever see or taste
Head Chef Dupree really know how to Feed a Loon!
Head Chef Dupree really knows how to Feed a Loon!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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