S. Fla. Hound in Fort Worth/Dallas
I'm an adventureous eater. I'll be staying in Ft. Worth for a week. I used to live in College Station. So a good BBQ joint is a must. I'm looking for inexpensive to moderately expensive places. I can eat anything from BBQ to Korean and authentic ethenic places . I'll be hanging out with a college buddy so good watering holes probably not a bad idea, (single place for the buddy!).
Bar Recommendations - Pour House or The Library - Downtown FW
Fort Worth Eateries - Nonna Tata on Magnolia - Italian
La Playa Maya on Main - Mexican (http://www.laplayamaya.com/laplayamaya/mainflash.asp?AdminType=2&AdminId=22
)Lanny's Alta Cocina - Interior Mexican (pricey and inside Joe T Garcias) ( http://lannyskitchen.com/index02.php
)Joe T Garcia's - Mexican (only two dishes served Family Style Dinner or Fajitas) (trendy though) ( http://www.joets.com/
)Piranha Killer Sushi on Third - Downtown FW ( http://www.piranhakillersushi.com/
)El Asadero on Main - Mexican
Texas Pit BBQ in Saginaw
Hot Damn Tamales on Magnolia
Arlington - Great for Vietnamese
There are a slew of places along 360 and Arkansas and Pioneer Pkwy/303
Ba-Le off Browning Dr
Song Huong on Pioneer Pkwy
You can get good recommendations from the FW Weekly check out the 2006 and 2007 Best of Guides
Since there are very few Korean and for that matter good Chinese around South Florida, you might want to try Royal & 35 area. If you head East just past the highway is Seoul Garden. If you head right west there are a number of good Korean places.
You can take the Beltline exit off 75 and head east to greenville and then North on greenville. There are a number of good chinese places.
Yep it's Korean BBQ among other things. They are the best for cook at the table, they bring you out a pot of hot coals.
Also fun is heading west on Royal from 35 is Komart which is a Korean grocery, there are several places around it and also a "lunch counter". Again quite a bit different than anything in South Florida, at least different than anything I have ever been to in Lauderdale or Boca...
Another interesting place if you want something different is Mr. Shabu Shabu on Coit just South of Park on the NE corner. Again it's a cook at the table, with lots of different kind of "hot pots" from traditional Shabu Shabu to chinese etc.
I'm back in S. Fla. thank you for all the helps. I went to Railhead twice. Unfortunately, I wasn't impressed. The meats were dried and the sauce was too sweet. I think Goode Co. in Houston is better.
I also went to Taverna in Sundance Sq. I had a risotto with wild boar sausage & cranberries. The risotto was undercooked and crunchy. I had lunch a the Modern at Ft. Worth modern arts museum. The lunch was great, I had a roasted beef sandwich & coffee. Both were excellent.