Fort Worth, TX 76102
Dallas Observer's Description
Relocated from its Bank One Tower perch to a more grounded tabernacle of cowboy cuisine and artifacts, Reata maintains its deft touch with domesticated hoofed foods, game, grits, tamales and calf fries, a culinary abuse of the bovine family jewels. But the dÃ©cor is as much of a show as the food with cowboy murals, displays of collectable saddles and boots, a picture gallery of Fort Worth mayors and a rooftop patio cultivated with Texas flora. You can even wear your hat at the table (but don't whittle the table legs with your spurs).
Tips from foursquare
Sit on the rooftop and enjoy the Downtown Fort Worth Skyline.
Best Onion rings not greasy, spicy and perfectly fried. Must try!!!
Quintessential cowboy cuisine. Wonderful meal and ambiance!
Go to the rooftop, grab a drink, and enjoy the views. Stay for dinner.
Awesome!! Checked in, was greeted and drinks are fabulous !! Gigi found me by my check in! Super cool!
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