Need suggestions for a trendy restraunt in the fortworth area for girls night out....
My mother, aunt & I are going out on the town for a weekend in Ft. Worth. We do not really want to venture to the stockyards since we have been there many times before. We are going to be heading to Four Day Weekend later that evening, so somewhere close to that would be great!
You didn't really state type of food or price point and while you mentioned Four Day Weekend, you didn't say if that 4 day period would include Fri or Mon. Check all restaurants hours as many are not open on Monday and one (Nonna Tata) is not open Sat - Mon. Several close for a couple of hours between lunch and dinner.
The Ususal (premium prices), if you're looking for pre- or post-dinner drinks, followed by dinner at Ellerbe's for dinner (or lunch until 2p T-F). Seasonal menu, many ingredients locally sourced.
Other selections for Magnolia.
Yucatan is great and worth a look. Don't let the words "Taco Stand" fool you into thinking Taco Bell. It's not. App's here are excessively large and sharable. The paella is exceptional and would easily serve three.
King Tut is also on Magnolia if Egyptian/Greek suits you.
Lanny's is also frequently recommended on this site. Upscale Mexican.
Brownstone is Casey Thompson's most recent opening. New Amer/Southern - many organic/locally source ingredients.
I give Nonna Tata a definite rec with the acknowledgement that table seating is on tall (no-back) wooden bar stools. I say that with respect to anyone who may suffer from back issues. ALSO - they are only open T-F. Hand made pastas, not pizza and meatballs.
You can google Nonna Tata and/or the Usual do not have web-sites, but there's if you google either, you'll find all the info you need to make a judgement. That holds true for any of the above.
King Tut Restaurant
1512 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104
1400 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104