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A Weekend in Fort Worth Offers Western Nostalgia in a Modern Metroplex

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Fort Worth sometimes known as the “City of Cowboys and Culture,” is the 16th-largest city in the United States and part of the No. In the late nineteenth century it was a “cowtown,” a resting point for cowboys driving their cattle to Kansas along the Chisholm Trail; they filled their time drinking, gambling, and carousing in the saloons. Gone are the days of bawdy cowboy debauchery in Hell’s Half Acre, but the ambience of the Stockyard National Historic District reverberates with stories of outlaws and gamblers. Walking down the weathered plank walkways you feel like you’re stepping into the old timey West. Rustic buildings now house tourist attractions, restaurants, and plenty of souvenir shops.

We had to see what attracts so many thousands of tourists to the place of cowboys, cattle, and some of the best down-home cuisine in America. We spent time investigating the Stockyards National District, the Downtown area, and the cultural district on a weekend giddy-up tour of this iconic American city.

The Stockyards play into the cowboy mythos that resonates within every red-blooded American. This district is the place to experience Western heritage at every turn: unique Western saloons; the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive, the Fort Worth Herd; Billy Bob’s Texas, also known as the world’s largest honky-tonk; and plenty of two-stepping, beer drinking, and guitar twanging. And let’s not forget about the food — whether you are seeking the best steak, barbecue, Tex Mex, or fine dining, Fort Worth hosts a plethora of options.

Starting out with a meal is usually a good way to gauge a place, and we were mightily encouraged to try the chicken-fried steak at the Stockyards’ Horseshoe Hill Café. What is chicken-fried steak? Is it steak or chicken — or a combination of both? We quickly got the low down on what goes into this down-home dish at this notable newbie eatery located along the rustic, weathered restaurant row. Chicken-fried steak may owe its culinary origins to German-speaking immigrants who brought the beloved Wiener schnitzel to the United States. The term “chicken-fried steak” first came from a 1914 Colorado Springs restaurant advertisement. As more people sought their fortunes out west, this tasty tenderized cube steak coated with seasoned flour and then pan fried and smothered with a white salt-and-pepper gravy became a dining staple.

Horseshoe Hill Cowboy Café offers a variety of chicken-fried steaks that would have any good old boy begging for more. Native cowboy cook Grady Spears opened this place to combine great home-style cuisine with Southern hospitality. The menu includes many “ways” in which to enjoy your chicken-fried steak: the Cowboy Way with peppered cream gravy, the Vaquero Way saddled with ancho cheese enchilada, the Farmer’s Way loaded with chili gravy and a fried egg, or Matt’s Way with chili con carne and queso blanco. Our choice was the Frontera Way, offering a thoroughly tenderized flank steak, dredged and dipped and then fried to a golden crust and nestled under a savory blanket of peppered cream gravy with several bright green ancho chiles rellenos to add just the right Mex to the Tex of this iconic dish. Even with a large portion to share amongst ourselves, we found that we would have gladly had our own, since each bite was a miniature moment of culinary bliss. As the novelist, essayist, and proud Texan Larry McMurtry once wrote, “Only a rank degenerate would drive 1,500 miles across Texas and not eat a chicken-fried steak.” We were glad to stop by this homespun kitchen to indulge in a dish that did truly feed our souls and spirits with a glimpse into authentic Americana.

We paid our bill and meandered down the path into the iconic White Elephant saloon. This saloon is located in the once-rowdy Hell’s Half Acre. The historic building resonates with nostalgia, and chef Tim Love has revamped this historic building to include a dance floor and a chili bar for a good bite to eat after all those cold beers. Refreshed with a cold beer from local Rahr & Sons Brewery, we toe-tapped to the country music band and then made our way down to the famous Billy Bob’s Texas to catch some live bull-riding. We really felt like we were part of cowboy culture as we walked into a crowd of Wrangler-wearing cowpokes decked out in expensive leather boots and Stetson hats as they made their way to the bleachers to cheer on the brave bull riders as they struggled to hold on to the reigns of a massive bull. We joined in with the boisterous crowd and yelped and yahooed with the best of them as one rider after another gallantly heaved up and down on the enormous agitated animal. After that it was time to try some two-stepping around the vibrating dance floor already filled with couples sashaying with fancy footwork while twirling, dipping, and swirling their partners with skill and grace. We managed to glide along with the other dancers and gracefully bowed out after a few rotations. With a country music band playing on the main stage, we took our seats to hear a few songs and then made our way back to our hotel after a complete evening embracing the fun and spirit of the historic Stockyard District.

Day two brought us to the 150th anniversary celebration of the Chisholm Trail, with period-costumed Confederate soldiers giving us a glimpse at mythologized history. The Fort Worth Herd was about to make its way through the streets just as they had in times past. The Texas longhorns meandered slowly down the cobbled street as real cowboys led them through the captivated spectators.

We worked up an appetite and decided to change gears by heading to the cultural district to try Heim Barbecue, which has been deemed one of the best in the entire city. All the meat is smoked daily and sides are made in house. With that in mind, we were excited to sink our teeth into some really good Texas brisket. We were not disappointed, as the signature savory slices of smoky, fork-tender brisket brought a smile to our faces and a deep satisfaction to our empty stomachs. After all that great brisket and green chile mac and cheese, we made our way back to the Stockyards for some rest and relaxation on our last night in Fort Worth.

Morning came quickly, and we enjoyed a breakfast burrito at local favorite Esperanza’s Mexican Bakery and Café. Homemade tortillas, tangy sauces, and tender carne asada was just what we needed to begin our last day as we refueled for a look at the Downtown district. Right in the middle of all the action is Downtown’s Sundance Square, a unique urban area that is the perfect place to people-watch and enjoy a cup of joe or a refreshing iced tea on a hot Texas afternoon. We had to stop to see the best in modern architecture married with historic buildings from the 1800s. With 35 blocks of shopping and entertainment that filter out from the square, there is something for everyone. As we enjoyed the relaxing ambience, we watched the multiple water jets spring up from fountains, to the delight of the many little children who were playing amongst the water features. The 32-foot tall Teflon umbrellas brought needed shade to the area, which is home to three live theaters, countless art galleries, and plenty of shopping. Our time was up, and we took one more look around at a city that retains its Western heritage with style, creativity, and that good old cowboy charm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


Melt Ice Creams

  • Sundance Square Plaza
  • MON - THU 12P - 10P
    FRI - SAT 12P - 11P
    SUN 12P - 10P

When Sundance Square Plaza reopens, Melt’s popular ice cream cart visits will also resume.

Melt has been serving happy ice cream to the fine folks of Fort Worth since 2014. Since the beginning, the owners have been pouring love into their unique flavors and putting smiles on faces from all over the Metroplex and beyond.

Buffalo Bros.

Come enjoy some delicious pizza, wings, subs, and more!

Happy Hour
Monday – Friday | 3 pm – 6 pm
$1.50 PBR, $2 Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite
$3 Well Drinks and Half off Pizza slices, ¢.50 Boneless Wings.

Daily Specials
Monday | Half Price Pizzas
Tuesday | Rigatoni & Homemade Meat Sauce $9
Wednesday | 10 Wings for $5
Thursdays | Maria’s Famous Chicken Enchiladas $9
Friday | Molson Battered Haddock Fish Fry

Istanbul Grill

  • 401 Throckmorton Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
    SUN 11A - 9:30P
  • 817-885-7326
  • Website

Experience the magical taste of the Mediterranean with authentic recipes prepared with the finest ingredients. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu featuring lentil soup, hummus, falafel, lamb, gyro, eggplant, salads, and many grilled items like chicken, beef, and seafood. Istanbul Grill offers a full bar in addition to the delicious cuisine.

Dinner Take Out Menu
Delivery/Pick-up/Catering

Waters

Immerse yourself in WATERS, chef Jon Bonnell’s remarkable seafood restaurant. The layout of WATERS is as innovative as the food is fresh, featuring around 5,000 square feet of space with three entrances, two wine cellars, a comfortable patio, and a Chef’s Table room that seats 12. Of course, the highlight is Jon Bonnell’s delectable menu, featuring wild, seasonal, and sustainable seafood, including a raw bar and numerous daily specials from around the world.

Yolk pushes the envelope with new and creative breakfasts, specialty juices, and premium, private-label coffee. With a fresh approach to breakfast and lunch in an urban, upscale setting, Yolk offers generous portions from a unique menu. Select signature specialty dishes like pot roast benedict and red velvet French toast or enjoy their signature pancakes, crepes, French toast, waffles, omelets, and frittatas. But it’s not just about eggs – you can also order lunch fare like incredible salads, sandwiches, wraps, and burgers. And if you’re looking for a great spot for brunch, look no further!

Mi Cocina

This Tex-Mex restaurant has been a hot spot in Sundance Square for many years. Everything you want is here: cold beverages, a warm and friendly staff, comfortable surroundings, and great-tasting food, including guacamole and nachos, Tex-Mex favorites, and Mi Cocina classics like Sunset Enchiladas, Ernie’s Chicken, Flame-Grilled Fajitas, and Carne Asada. If you’ve never tried a Mambo Taxi, you need to correct that as soon as possible. Dine indoors in style or take a break on the outdoor patio.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

P.F. Chang’s specializes in experiences that delight all of your senses, with traditional Chinese cuisine and American hospitality in a contemporary bistro setting. Enjoy favorites like Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Pepper Steak, and Crispy Honey Shrimp. Or try something different – Š—–the P.F. Chang’s menu is always evolving with new textures and flavors. Dine in, take out, or order enough food for a party. It’s all on the menu at P.F. Chang’s.

Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

Every day is Mardi Gras at this fun, high-energy dining spot. They don’t take themselves too seriously, but they are really serious about food and service. At Razzoo’s, the food is authentic, made from scratch every day, and darn good. Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is). Some of it’s hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas. But everything has one thing in common: it tastes fantastic! Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Reata at Sundance Square

  • 310 Houston Street
  • SUN - THUR 11A - 2:30P 5P-8P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 2:30P 5P-9P
  • 817-336-1009
  • Website

If you’re looking for legendary Texas cuisine, you just found it. Reata at Sundance Square is cowboy cooking at its finest: a combination of Southwestern, Creole, Southern, Mexican, and traditional Cowtown flavors. Top items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas, and Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For lighter appetites, try the Trio platter of salads, salmon and seasonal fish. The wine list is just as tempting, with offerings from California, Spain, Argentina, Australia, and France. With four stories and nearly 20,000 square feet, there’s a whole lot to like here. Relax and enjoy the rustic but elegant atmosphere, rooftop bar and patio, museum-quality artifacts, and amazing service. There are even six private dining rooms for private parties and meetings.

Starbucks

For coffee, this is the busiest spot in Downtown Fort Worth. And why not? Starbucks is located right in Sundance Square Plaza, with outdoor seating where you can enjoy the scene while you sip. Inside, friendly baristas serve a wide variety of drinks made just the way you like them. This location even features the ever-popular Clover® Brewing System. If you’re hungry, try the pastries, hot breakfast items, or paninis and salads.

Hoya Korean Kitchen

  • 355 W Third Street
  • MON - FRI 11:30A - 9P
    SAT 12P - 9P
    SUN 12P - 8P
  • 817-378-4045
  • Website

The cuisine at Hoya emphasizes the use of fresh ingredients combined with classic and innovative Korean recipes. Go through the line and order Korean rice and noodle bowls, bibimbap (salad bowls), dosirak (lunch boxes), and more. Select from Korean BBQ, spicy pork, spicy chicken, tofu/veggie, and crispy shrimp, as well as delicious sauces. Equipped with a large retractable roof system, Hoya Korean Kitchen looks like a normal restaurant but offers the flexibility of a fantastic outdoor patio.

Del Frisco’s Grille

  • 154 East 3rd Street
  • MON - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 11A - 8P
  • 817-887-9900
  • Website

This upscale American bar and grille will have your stomach singing a happy tune, whether you order prime steaks, gourmet burgers, or seafood. Pair your feast with a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, or enjoy an ice-cold, crafted brew. The two-tier restaurant – complete with an outdoor patio right on Sundance Square Plaza – is a comfortable place to take in the sights and sounds of Sundance Square. The decor blends industrial and lush elements to create an atmosphere that is simultaneously stylish, social, and relaxed.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Stop by and treat yourself to a juicy, mouth-watering, made-to-order burger with all the trimmings. Five Guys uses only 100% fresh beef – no fillers or preservatives. Believe it or not, you can choose from 250,000 ways to order your burger! Five Guys also offers tasty hot dogs, sandwiches, and fresh-cut fries. The Five Guys menu is trans-fat free and uses only peanut oil. Don’t forget to grab a handful of peanuts!

Flying Saucer

  • 111 East 3rd Street
  • Re-Opening July 31st - 4P - 11P
    SUN - THUR 11A - 9P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-336-7470
  • Website

Craft beer, live music, outdoor patio – what’s not to love? Flying Saucer offers a crazy-good selection of draft and bottled beer, plus eats like made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burgers, and honey-dipped chicken. Sit back and enjoy your favorite brew and live music in the huge beer garden, or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Mixed drinks and wine are available, too. GQ Magazine named Fort Worth’s Flying Saucer one of the 12 best bars in America. Who are we to argue?

Jamba Juice

Get your smoothie and quick food fix at Jamba Juice! They use only whole fruit and veggies, fruit juices, and fresh ingredients. You can order energy bowls, fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, tasty bites, even Jamba Kids Meals. For outstanding taste with 1/3 fewer calories, carbs, and sugar than the classics, choose the Š—“Make It LightŠ— option. In a word: yummy.

Riscky’s Barbecue

  • 300 Main Street
  • SUN - MON 11A - 9P
    TUE - THUR 11A - 10P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 11P
  • 817-877-3306
  • Website

Texas is known for barbecue, and Fort Worth is known for Riscky’s, a legend in Texas barbecue since 1927. Start with some appetizers like Mesquite-Grilled BBQ shrimp, Blazing Buzzard Wings, or fried pickles. Order the Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich Basket, or have the smoked sausage, Texas Gobbler Sandwich, or Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger. Many people go for the all-you-can-eat beef ribs, rubbed with famous Š—“Riscky DustŠ— and smoked slowly over a wood fire. Riscky’s also offers steaks, a variety of tasty salads, a kids’ menu, and down-home desserts.

Simply Fondue

  • 111 W. Fourth Street
  • SUN - THURS 5P - 9P
    FRI - SAT 5P - 10P
  • 817-348-0633
  • Website

Simply Fondue is a popular spot for an intimate dinner for two or a meal with a large group of friends and family. You’ll cook right at your table, selecting from a wide assortment of appetizing fondue items. From succulent lobster and beef to imported cheeses and delightful chocolate fondues, Simply Fondue is guaranteed to please. You can also book “The Boardroom,” a private room accommodating up to 35 people, complete with audio/video hook ups for presentations. If you like, you can even rent the entire restaurant!

The Cheesecake Factory

  • 455 Commerce Street
  • MON - THURS 11A - 11P
    FRI - SAT 11A - 10P
    SUN 10A - 9P
  • 817-348-0810
  • Website

Located across the street from Bass Performance Hall, this beloved restaurant features more than 200 menu selections made from scratch each day from the highest-quality ingredients. The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions, which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal. Plus, the restaurant gladly honors requests to meet specific health or dietary needs. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts! Stop in early for great happy hour deals on select beers, cocktails, wines by the glass, and appetizers -Š—– Monday through Friday from 4 Š—–- 6 pm.


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