Cattlemen’s Steak House
Marking its seventieth year in business, this landmark beef emporium in the Stockyards National Historic District continues to woo visitors and please loyal patrons who have been making weekly visits for decades. The Heart O’ Texas ribeye and New York strip—chargrilled over a live fire in the dining room while you watch—get high marks, as does a giant mound of crispy onion rings and horseradish mashed potatoes. Popular calf fries show up on a clever off-the-menu special, a pizza combining the unusual delicacy with Alfredo sauce and crushed red pepper. The best bet at lunch is a hefty but tender chicken-fried steak, but the Thursday pot roast special shouldn’t be missed.
City: Fort Worth