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Texas De Brazil

101 N. Houston St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
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  • Lunch Fri 11am-2pm Dinner Mon-Thurs 5pm-9:30pm, Fri 5pm-10pm, Sat 4:30pm-10pm, Sun 4pm-9pm
  • $$$
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Business Dining, Catering, Family Style, Private Party, Takeout
  • Parking Lot Available
  • Reservations Accepted
The Texas de Brazil in Fort Worth boasts the same world-class salad bar and savory roasted meats (delivered to your table on skewers) as its cousins in Dallas and Addison, but like Cowtown itself, the place is exceptionally friendly. Excellent lobster bisque, filet mignon and rack of lamb. The layout of the multilevel restaurant – with some tables in out-of-the-way places – meant some cuts of meat arrived on the warm side, but the good service made up for it. If you like red meat, you'll dig this place.

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