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Fearless Critic restaurant review
Dallas
Food
Feel
Price
8.6
9.0
$60
Steakhouse
Upmarket restaurant

Hours
Mon–Fri 5:30pm–9:30pm
Sat 6:30pm–10:00pm

Features Date-friendly, kid-friendly, outdoor dining, veg-friendly, Wi-Fi
Bar Beer, wine, liquor
Credit cards Visa, MC, AmEx
Reservations Accepted

www.gracefortworth.com

Fort Worth
777 Main St.
Fort Worth, Texas
(817) 877-3388
Grace
Pizzazz steak that puts some fun twists on the steakhouse norm

Grace is a big 180-seat steakhouse with welcome twists that squirm from the traditional steakhouse molds—a distinct departure from the Forth Worth’s “cowboy culture” stereotype casting. Grace is a sexy destination with spacious floor-to-ceiling views of Fort Worth’s distinctive urban bustle, a modernist white cube vestibule, and a heated terrace lounge for sipping freshly formulated seasonal cocktails.

Billing its culinary portfolio as Modern American Classic fare, Grace features a selection of house-cured meats and artisan cheeses served with rustic bread, pickles, and mustards—keeping in sync with the blossoming charcuterie trend that was featured in some notably defunct Dallas restaurants (BLT Steak, Nove Italiano). Sample crispy fried oysters served on a bed of spinach or crispy bread and toasted walnut pesto crowned with milky burrata. Nosh Prime steaks or Meyers Ranch all-natural beef with a choice of sauces, including creative formulations such as espresso horseradish or cognac peppercorn marrow.

Grace has stripped steakhouse clichés from the menu, too—the standard creamed corn and creamed spinach—in favor of imaginative sides such as bacon-wrapped onions and roasted Brussels sprouts. A vast wine selection (6,000 bottles) is tended in a glass-enclosed temperature-controlled cellar with a selection of Old and New World bottlings—one cliché that will never depart steakhouse rolls.

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