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DFW Restaurant Week: Where to Go for Lunch

By Farah Fleurima
August 22, 2014

For the second year, several DFW Restaurant Week participants have added a midday meal to their RW slate. Here’s where to lunch in high style for a steal.

Waters Bonnell’s Coastal Cuisine
Why It’s Hot: Sseafood prepared at the skillful hands of Fort Worth culinary stalwart Jon Bonnell.
RW Menu Highlights: Signature seafood gumbo, Maine lobster roll, Creole seared black drum.

Steel Restaurant & Lounge
Why It’s Hot: The Asian restaurant features a tremendous sushi menu and an irresistibly sexy vibe.
RW Menu Highlights: Szechuan snow crab claws, dim sum-style short ribs and the spicy salmon-centered San Jacinto roll.

Pyramid Restaurant
Why It’s Hot: With a solid team in the kitchen, the downtown destination has found its rhythm.
RW Menu Highlights: Seared salmon with summer bean succotash, grilled New York strip with Stilton butter, and watermelon salad with wild arugula.

The Capital Grille
Why It’s Hot: You get to lunch like a C-suite executive on an administrative assistant budget.
RW Menu Highlights: Clam chowder, dry-aged sirloin and, surprisingly, the Grille’s signature cheeseburger with parmesan truffle fries.

Asador
Why It’s Hot: The “modern farm-to-fire” restaurant inside the Renaissance Hotel crafts impeccable American fare. Vegetarians can enjoy its RW menu too.
RW Menu Highlights: Chilled cucumber soup, smoked eggplant and heirloom tomato sandwich and banana cream pie in a jar (pictured).

Places Mentioned

Asador

New American • Stemmons Corridor

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The Capital Grille

Steakhouse • Uptown

Food26 Decor25 Service26 Cost$61
 
 
 
Steel Restaurant

Asian • Turtle Creek

Food23 Decor23 Service20 Cost$46
 
 
 
Waters Bonnell's Coastal Cuisine

Seafood • Fort Worth

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Pyramid Restaurant & Bar

American • Arts District

Food29 Decor27 Service29 Cost$56
 
 
 
 
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