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Where to Get Steak in Fort Worth

My guide to the top steak spots in the area.

As the fifth-largest city in Texas, Fort Worth has a deep history concerning meat. Throughout the late 1800s, Fort Worth became a significant center for meat-packing and livestock trading following the growth of the railroad, earning it the nickname “Cowton.” So, I find it fitting that a city associated with cattle driving became a go-to destination for steak lovers near and far.

Fort Worth has several restaurants and steakhouses dedicated to appealing to every meat lover’s taste buds. With several hotspots available, you’re bound to find one suitable for any occasion. However, I understand if this abundance of steak restaurants is overwhelming to you. Luckily, there’s a way to resolve this dilemma.

I compiled a list of the top steak restaurants that serve the best steak Fort Worth offers. From the most casual establishments to classiest spots for fine dining, this city has it all. Keep reading to find out more about why you should give these places a try.

Best Steak in Fort Worth Texas

  1. Bob’s Steak and Chop House
  2. Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse
  3. Ruth’s Chris Steak House
  4. Saltgrass Steakhouse
  5. H3 Ranch 
  6. B&B Butchers & Restaurant
  7. Cattlemen’s Steak House 
  8. Silver Fox Steakhouse
  9. The Capital Grille
  10. Mercury Chophouse
  11. Reata Restaurant
  12. Lonesome Dove
  13. Grace  
  14. Toro Toro
  15. Del Frisco’s Grille

Bob’s Steak and Chop House

1300 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-350-4100
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If you want to try the best steak Fort Worth has, consider booking a reservation at Bob’s Steak and Chop House, conveniently located in the Omni Fort Worth Hotel on Houston Street, within walking distance to the city’s Convention Center. It has an elegant interior, so I recommend following their business casual dress code.

Bob’s has several prime steaks, seafood, and chops menu options. Each option is served with a glazed carrot and your choice of potato sides. I recommend the Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye, Veal Porterhouse Chop, or Broiled Jumbo Shrimp Scampi if you can’t decide. Be sure to check their dessert menu for cake, pie, and ice cream.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

812 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-877-3999
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Overlooking Main Street in downtown Fort Worth lies Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse. Specializing in steaks, seafood, and other upscale entrees, you’ll enjoy this restaurant’s sleek mahogany walls that give it extra class. This upscale environment also has a wine list with over 1,400 options. 

In my opinion, their best dishes include the Colorado lamb rack, 45-day dry-aged prime strip, and filet medallions. Be sure to try some of their champagne and wines and sorbet for dessert. They also offer Double Eagle Table Tasting for two that lets you choose two appetizers, entrees, and desserts. If you want to try everything, now’s your chance.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

813 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-348-0080
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Another excellent place to get a delicious steak in Fort Worth, Texas, is Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, located on Main Street in the Historic Hilton Fort Worth. This comfortable, family-friendly venue has unique state-produced artwork inspired by Fort Worth’s livestock trading roots, giving it the perfect Texan vibe for dining in style.  

Their steak menu uses 100% USDA Prime beef and also serves seafood and chicken. I recommend trying their garlic-crusted sea bass, T-bone steak, or bone-in filet and adding grilled shrimp or lobster tail. You should also try their handcrafted cocktails, succulent desserts, and ask about their seasonal wine options.

Saltgrass Steakhouse

4601 Citylake Blvd W, Fort Worth, TX 76132
Phone: 817-263-5577
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Located off the corner of Citylake Boulevard West and Southwest Loop, minutes away from the Hulen Mall, lies Saltgrass Steakhouse, a lively Texas-themed steakhouse serving steak, ribs, poultry, and seafood. These menu options replicate the feel and flavor of an open campfire. The rustic atmosphere reflects the rich history of Fort Worth’s livestock industry. 

Saltgrass Steakhouse has one of the most flavorful menus on my list. I recommend trying their Silver Star Porterhouse, bacon-wrapped filet and shrimp, blackened redfish, and chicken Laredo. Also, feel free to check out their drink menu for a refreshing frozen margarita or sparkling wine. Their online store offers their award-winning seasonings. 

H3 Ranch 

109 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76164
Phone: 817-624-1246
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Located in the heart of Fort Worth’s Historic Stockyard District by the corner of Exchange and Main, H3 Ranch embraces its Cowtown roots with its casual western atmosphere, complete with a saloon-style bar and mounted longhorn decorations. Their live hickory wood grill brings out the boldest flavors for steaks, ribs, and other favorite dishes.

H3 Ranch offers breakfast until noon, lunch, and dinner. I recommend you try some of my favorite dishes, including their prime rib, corn-fed Flaming Tenderloin, Crispy Fried Catfish, and Cowtown Sirloin. Then, stop by next door at Booger Red’s for a Buffalo Butt Beer or Anita-Rita Margarita.

B&B Butchers & Restaurant

5212 Marathon Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: 817-737-5212
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B&B’s Butchers & Restaurant is another upscale Texas eatery offering high-quality service and the best steak Fort Worth has. You can find it on Marathon Avenue. This restaurant is one of the few in the United States certified by Japan’s Kobe Beef Association, using 100% A5-certified Kobe beef for many dishes and also has a wide selection of steak cuts on the menu.

Enjoy several of their dinner options, including prime rib, Wagyu skirt steak, and Beef Wellington. They also offer wine bottles and cocktails to-go, Sunday brunch with live music from 11 AM to 3 PM, and dishes for pasta and seafood fans. My favorite go-to dessert is their Peach Melba Sundae with raspberry sauce and toasted almonds.

Cattlemen’s Steak House 

2458 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76164
Phone: 817-624-3945
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Nestled in Fort Worth’s Historic Stockyards District, right off of North Main Street, stands Cattlemen’s Steak House. I placed this one on my list because of the steer conveniently placed on its roof. It has a comfortable Texas atmosphere, with a large western-style painting stretching across the dining rooms. It’s also one of the best places for private parties and banquets.

Cattlemen’s offers several mouth-watering lunch and dinner menu options. The specials I recommend you try include their Rose O’Texas Tenderloin, grilled or blackened chicken breast, Texas Strip Sirloin, and Steak ‘N Shrimp. If you have room for dessert, try their root beer float or banana pudding.

Silver Fox Steakhouse

1651 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Phone: 817-332-9060
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The Silver Fox Steakhouse offers visitors a quiet and warm dining setting, ideal for enjoying the best steak, seafood, and lobster. It is on South University Drive, close to TCU, the Colonial Golf Club, and the Fort Worth Zoo. Their wine cellar contains over 2,600 high-quality wines available at their in-house bar.

Silver Fox offers endless dining possibilities with an extensive menu for steaks, burgers, and other specialties. I recommend trying their Silver Fox burger, Delmonico ribeye, and cold water lobster tail. Don’t forget to order a side of creamed spinach or macaroni and cheese for a full-flavor experience.

The Capital Grille

800 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-348-9200
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The Capital Grille is one of the best places to have dinner in the downtown area. It’s located on Main Street, across from the Hilton Fort Worth. It has a refined atmosphere, emphasized by its mahogany paneling and Art Deco chandeliers. They dry-age their steaks between 18 to 24 days to ensure maximum flavor and texture.

The Capital Grille offers the finest steak, wine, and seafood options you can find in the city. I recommend starting with their shrimp cocktail and trying their filet mignon, bone-in ribeye, or pan-seared sea bass for your main course. They also offer takeout if you’re short on time.

Mercury Chophouse

525 Taylor St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-336-4129
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Another place I recommend for lunch and dinner is Mercury Chophouse, located off the corner of Taylor Street and West 4th Street. Its upscale atmosphere with wide mahogany beams is perfect for large gatherings or dinner dates. Owner Zack Moutaouakil has extensive experience working in the restaurant industry and as an entrepreneur.

Some favorites I recommend you try include their chicken cordon bleu, braised short rib, and bone-in veal chop. Their truffle Parmesan fries and Mousseline potatoes are an excellent appetizer to start your night right as you wait for the rest. Finally, treat yourself to their chocolate lava cake to top off your excellent night out.

Reata Restaurant

310 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-336-1009
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Located on the corner of Houston Street and West 3rd Street is the southwestern hotspot Reata Restaurant. After visiting the place several times, I concluded it’s one of the top casual yet elegant places for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Unlike the other entries on this list, Reata has a rooftop patio with the perfect view of the downtown area.

There’s plenty of hearty dishes to choose from, including their charbroiled ribeye, grilled Mahi Mahi, and blackened buffalo ribeye. I also recommend their signature cocktails, like the Cowboy Cosmo, Clear Fork Cherry Vodka Limeade, Habanero Lime Margarita, and dessert tacos.

Lonesome Dove

2406 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76164
Phone: 817-740-8810
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Lonesome Dove is another cowboy-themed dining establishment in the heart of Fort Worth’s Historic Stockyards District, overlooking North Main Street, behind Saunders Park. It has an elegant yet modern vibe, which owner and chef Tim Love incorporates into his dishes. You can also arrange private dining for groups of one to 400.

Besides perfectly charred steaks, Lonesome Dove offers lunch and dinner menu items made with rattlesnake, elk, and rabbit. I recommend trying their rabbit-rattlesnake sausage, Rocky Mountain elk loin, buffalo ribeye, and gnocchi pasta with tomatoes and rabbit ragu. Feel free to browse their wine, cocktail, and dessert menus to complement your meal.


777 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-877-3388
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Looking for a steakhouse with a comfortable modern atmosphere encapsulating the hospitality and feel of the city? If so, consider visiting Grace for the best steak Fort Worth everyone enjoys. Located on Main Street, this steakhouse has an outdoor terrace, a bar with seasonal cocktails, and Modern American Classic fare created by award-winning Chef Blaine Staniford.

While Grace has several appealing menu options, I recommend their Pacific halibut, bacon-wrapped stuffed filet, and Duroc pork shank. I also suggest looking through their award-winning wine list, bar snacks, or trying their desserts, such as their Texas Blueberry Crumble or American artisan cheeses.

Toro Toro

200 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-210-2222
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Interested in sampling international steakhouse menu items? Toro Toro, located on North Main Street, combines a chic atmosphere with Central and South American-inspired dishes and a comfortable lounge. One of their main specialties is rodizio-style churrasco. Chef Richard Sandoval prioritizes using the freshest ingredients to enhance each dish’s flavors.

Toro Toro has excellent menus for lunch, dinner, and brunch. In my opinion, their best dishes include Toro Toro churrasco, Toro Toro burgers, and Cusco chicken. Many of these options are gluten-free. They also have Taco Tuesdays, monthly Melt Ice Cream Socials, and Sangria Saturdays. Stop by for happy hour and try their wine and half-priced lounge appetizers.

Del Frisco’s Grille

154 E 3rd St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817-887-9900
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Last but not least on my list of the best steakhouses in Fort Worth, Texas, is Del Frisco’s Grille, located downtown in Sundance Square, where nightlife establishments thrive. This stylish steakhouse has an upscale atmosphere, so I recommend wearing the fanciest outfit you can find. What better way to enjoy your stay than to get a hearty meal before returning to the hotel?

Del Frisco Grille’s menu offers several amazing dishes for any occasion. I recommend trying their filet mignon, cauliflower steak, fish & chips, and baby back pork ribs. In addition, I’m a fan of their white sangria cocktails, which I recommend with any course.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, several steakhouse options in Fort Worth offer high-quality food and excellent hospitality. With several menu options, themes, and surrounding landmarks, each option on my list has something that makes it stand out. Hopefully, it helped you narrow down your top choices. 

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Feel free to let us know about your favorite steakhouses from this list. Have a favorite restaurant that’s not on our list? Comment below and tell us about it.

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Written by Ryan F.

Ryan is a local foodie who enjoys checking out the area's restaurant scene every chance he can. Ryan also enjoys traveling and checking out local eateries in every city he visits.