Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Reata in Sundance Square--Fort Worth

Ribeye--sold by the ounce
Dinner at the western-themed Reata was not all it could have been. To start mini cornbread muffins and pecan biscuits were served to go with the meal. I ordered a $17 chicken fried steak.  The sides were garlic mashed and fresh green beans with peppers and onions.  It was tasty but overpriced.  My husband ordered the ribeye steak with cook's butter, same sides. It is $2.45 an ounce. He enjoyed it but I am not sure at that price that it was worth it. He said Perini's in Buffalo Gap is better. I was disappointed that there was no shrimp entree.
We had creme brulee with berries for dessert. It had a nice flavor but not "over the top" wonderful, kind of pedestrian.   

The impetus for going out for an extravagant meal was to celebrate our anniversary.  They did write "Happy Anniversary" on our dessert plate in chocolate and the servers gave us a card. The restaurant takes pride in paying attention to the details.

Reata has a rooftop bar with a great view of Sundance Square. Unfortunately it was booked for a private party.
Reata Fort Worth
310 Houston Street, Sundance Square, Fort Worth, Texas 76102
(817) 336-1009

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