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The patio at Gemelle.
Photograph by Kelsey Wilson

Naming his new casual bar and eatery for his daughters—the name translates as “twin girls”—chef-restaurateur Tim Love finds a softer, lighter groove. The bright and bustling interior, as informal and yet stylish as the outdoor deck and garden seating areas, is comfortable for settling into salads of shaved zucchini, arugula, grilled fennel, and jalapeño-basil pesto, as well as celery root carpaccio with spiced walnuts drizzled with apple cider–walnut vinaigrette. Among thick but crispy-crusted Detroit-style pizzas, the scene-stealer is the Spring, topped with asparagus, green onion, goat cheese, and lemon zest. House-made pastas include the feather-light ravioli filled with rabbit-rattlesnake sausage, bathed in white bean–jalapeño pesto, and brown butter with grilled lemon for a tart foil. Aperol cocktails abound, and the Italian wine selections include great (and affordable) finds.

City: Fort Worth


Drinks: Bar

Price: $$$

Rating: ★★★★

Address: 4400 White Settlement Rd., Fort Worth, TX, 76114

Hours: L Fri–Sun. D 7 days.

Phone: 817-732-9535

Website: gemelleftw.com/?fbclid=IwAR1AcFnRgwKF9JnkaM9sQBOyijhva2uRlNGVHo3S0Q2zpnd5yhY0OzEsWxY

Last updated: August 5, 2019