Having shuttered his original edition a year ago, Jon Bonnell reimagines his ode to all things seafood in a stunning new setting, this time in Sundance Square. Elegant and modern yet not too formal, the redux occupies a renovated early 1900s building, offers a vibrant main room, and brings both bar and patio dining into play too. Our new lunchtime craving is the tuna burger, the fish crusted in Creole-seasoned pumpkin seeds and topped with green tomato-cucumber relish, roasted red pepper aioli, and arugula on toasty challah. The indulgent Oysters Sundance bring a dozen plump bivalves warmed in Parmesan-panko crumbs and herbed lemon butter, best with a chilled glass of Sancerre. At dinner, Alaskan halibut is a simple piece of culinary artwork, barely seared atop and lush inside, sitting atop a swath of basil butter and little sweet potato gnocchi pillows, with a smidge of pistachio-parlsey pesto atop.
City: Fort Worth