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With a small, passionate team, The Range's family-style dining experience takes place in the barn restaurant and covered patio. Guests can enjoy drinks from the 1959 Airstream Globetrotter trailer bar. Dining in the open-air restaurant has a relaxed and casual family-style atmosphere, with fans in summer and heaters in winter, and a beautiful view across the water.
**Allergy Warning: our food contains or may come into contact with common allergens including dairy, eggs, wheat, soybeans, or nuts. Tree nuts are in the kitchen and on some food; please be advised that cross contamination may occur.
Then at the turn of the clock we transform into a exquisite fine dining establishment. With only 7 tables you will enjoy a very intimate setting with a unique view of our one-of-a-kind dry-aging room. Highlighted by a 300 sqft illuminated Himalayan salt wall, you will see cuts of prime and exotic beef such as Japanese Brown Wagyu (Akaushi), A4 & A5 Japanese Black Wagyu, Australian Wagyu, Wagyu crossed with American domestic breeds (American Wagyu) and some of the very best USDA Black Angus Beef you will ever experience.
PLEASE NOTE: Dinners are a Pre-Set menu for 2 that include 4 courses with an average cost of $150 per person. Because of our very unique setting and limited availability, your table will be reserved for a max of 2 hours.
Join us at Aventino's for lunch or dinner and have some of the best traditional Italian food in Fort Worth!
The Paris 7th district is where you will find some of the world’s most recognized landmarks: the Eiffel Tower, the Musée d’Orsay and Les Invalides Museum, home to Napoleon’s tomb but also, a quartier known for its fine French food. Cafés, restaurants and gourmet shops are woven into the beautiful streets of the left bank but since we can’t go tonight, here we are at Paris 7th. Let us entertain you!
After 33 years as Saint-Emilion, we moved the menu just down the street, here, to a more spacious dining room. Now, we have a kitchen worthy of all that our talented kitchen staff can turn out. We have room for our ever-growing wine collection and tables to accommodate parties of 8 and sometimes more. We even have a petit lounge where you can have a cocktail before dinner.
Apart from a seasonally changing dinner menu, each visit guests will also find off menu specials to choose from, showcasing locally grown and foraged produce. Don't miss out on our monthly pairing dinner's showcasing Baron's Creek Vineyards and world class cuisine.
Weekday lunches take on a whole new meaning with Chef Megan Babineau's fresh take on classic items as well as one of a kind nostalgia dishes. Whether stopping in for a business lunch or picking up an order for the whole office, there is something sure to please everyone.
Looking to host an event? We pride ourselves on creating the perfect menu and ambience for your event in our chic and inviting atmosphere. Pamper the glowing bride- or mother-to-be in your life with the shower of her dreams or a lavish luncheon.
Parties of 8 or more, please call 817-225-2341 or email email@example.com to reserve a table
Our valet is complimentary.
Kenny’s Italian Kitchen is decorated with red checkered cloth table cloths, dark woods and the walls are adorned with black and white photos of friends, family and regular guests. A cozy patio and full service bar accompany the warm, friendly and comfortable atmosphere. You will swear you just dined at a neighborhood Italian joint in the Northeast.
- CClifvipSan Francisco Bay Area •47 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoDelicious renditions of gourmet Mexican dishes. The heirloom tomatoes are outstanding (is that soy sauce with the balsamic?)! The "a la roca" hot rock dishes are fun (shrimp and Waygu). The ahi tuna "ceviche-like" dish was fantastic. I loved the guacamole topped with rib-eye steak. The Maine lobster enchiladas were incredible. I loved the six salsas, mild to hot. I asked for the hottest. The server brought us an orange colored fruity-hot sauce, made of habernos, serranoes, and jalapenos. It was excellent...but not for the faint of heart! We were celebrating a birthday in our party of six. A complimentary large piece of tasty Tres Leches with a "July Fourth-Like" roman candle on top, was a perfect finish to the meal. My only critical feedback was with the wine. Our waiter was very good. He asked if we wanted a bottle of wine. I said, "with all of the salsas and spicyness we have had, we don't want anything too fancy...just a house wine." He brought out two bottles of red wine from Mexico to choose from (Cabernet and Piete Syrah blends). It was my fault for not asking the price, but he sold us a bottle at a $164 per bottle price...it was good, but not what I would expect as a "house wine" price point. I will not let that prevent me from returning. I should have asked the price of the wine before buying it.More infoThe MexicanPrice: Very Expensive• Mexican• Design District•4.7
- SSSergioSMonterrey •3 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoExcelent place to eat and, good location and fast service, excelent to reserve thru open tableMore infoShinsei RestaurantPrice: Very Expensive• Asian• Park Cities•4.9
- OTOpenTable DinerDallas - Fort Worth •3 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoRestaurant is beautiful and the service was great! The manager was also very friendly and nice.More infoMaison ChinoisePrice: Expensive• Asian• Uptown•4.6
- Llaurapv82vipLos Angeles •48 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023We had a fantastic server… This was our first time to the restaurant we are from the Los Angeles area. Everything was fantastic from the appetizers to the salads to the entrées. Highly recommend great dining experience!More infoAl Biernat's - Oak LawnPrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Turtle Creek / Oak Lawn•4.8
- FFayevipSan Francisco Bay Area •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023This is my second time going to the RH Rooftop and the experience was consistently good. I happened to have the same waiter and he was great, super helpful, timely, and had good suggestions. Also knowledgeable about the menu as well. I will definitely return.More infoRH Rooftop Restaurant DallasPrice: Expensive• American• Knox / Henderson•4.6
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