The booming Shops at Clearfork has got its beef palace, serving bodacious cuts like a chateaubriand and a massive, dry-aged, bone-in tomahawk, both complete with polished table-side presentations. We find the Texas wagyu skirt steak, swathed in garlic butter and accompanied by plank-shaped steak fries, to be a less showy but satisfying choice, cooked precisely to order and fork-cutting tender. A perfectly shareable starter, tender ravioli open to reveal a blend of smoky brisket shreds and pork belly, all bathed in simple marinara. Seared scallops, cooked with a still-cool center and wrapped in smoky bacon, get a bright mango vinaigrette drizzle for fun. Among ample sides, fluffy fried rice offers sweetness from bits of lobster. A sizable wine list suits the experienced oenophile.