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1208 W. MAGNOLIA AVENUE FORT WORTH, TEXAS

 

Located on Magnolia Avenue, Cat City Grill offers a little bit of everything 

 

Cat City Grill takes its cuisine very seriously. As soon as it opened, the eatery leapt out of the gates with an extensive menu of steak-house eats and seafood, and was named Best Restaurant in 2010 and 2011 by the readers of Fort Worth Weekly. In addition to steak and seafood, diners can also feast on award-winning chicken-fried steak, and housemade meatloaf. Cat City Grill surrounds eaters with what Fort Worth Weekly characterizes as "pretty earth-toned walls and steel-topped tables" that "create a soothing environment," while its outdoor patio grants guests a breath of fresh air.

 

Phone

(817) 916-5333

 

Location

1208 W. Magnolia Ave.               Fort Worth, TX 76104

Hours

M-Th 11-2:30p | 5:30–9p
F  11-2:30p | 5:30p–10p           Sa  5:30p–10p                        Su 10:30a–1:30p                                   

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HAPPY HOUR

MONDAY-FRIDAY 4pm-7pm

$2 DOMESTIC BOTTLES
Coors Light | Miller Light | Bud Light | Budweiser

$3 DRAFTS
Stella Artois | Alaskan | Fireman’s 4 | Rahr

$3 WELLS
$4 MARGARITAS & BELLINIS

$5 WELL MARTINIS
$5 SIGNATURE MARTINIS

Mandarin | Pear | Apple | Pomegranate | Sweet Tea

$4 HOUSE WINE
Merlot | Cabernet Sauvignon | Chardonnay

Pinot Grigio | Sauvignon Blanc | White Zinfandel

WINE WEDNESDAYS

SELECT BOTTLES 1⁄2-PRICE ALL DAY

Reservations

Call (817) 916–5333
Reservations required for parties of 6 or more.

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Join us on our second episode at Cat City Grill! www.CatCityGrill.com
Zagat Review It’s “biz-lunch” central by day and hot spot for the “happy-hour crowd” come nightfall at this stylish Hospital District bistro and spin-off of neighboring Lili’s Bistro; a “good variety” of “delicious” New American dishes, “friendly” service and “moderate” pricing make it “an easy place to come back to” anytime; P.S. a full brunch and a kids’ menu are added perks. http://www.zagat.com/r/cat-city-grill-ft-worth-0

Zagat Review

It’s “biz-lunch” central by day and hot spot for the “happy-hour crowd” come nightfall at this stylish Hospital District bistro and spin-off of neighboring Lili’s Bistro; a “good variety” of “delicious” New American dishes, “friendly” service and “moderate” pricing make it “an easy place to come back to” anytime;

P.S. a full brunch and a kids’ menu are added perks.

http://www.zagat.com/r/cat-city-grill-ft-worth-0

Voted one of three best places for a Power Lunch in Fort Worth by

Fort Worth Texas Magazine.

See the other winners here >

2011 Fort Worth Weekly                 "Best of" Awards:                     Best Restaurant                             Best Chicken Fried Steak                Best Bargain (Flat Iron Steak)    

2011 Fort Worth Weekly                 "Best of" Awards:                     Best Restaurant                             Best Chicken Fried Steak                Best Bargain (Flat Iron Steak)

 

 

DFW.com Upscale, down-home Cat City Grill opens on hip Magnolia Avenue--A new restaurant on hip Magnolia Avenue knows the right way to start and finish a meal Wednesday, 07 April 2010 | by TERESA GUBBINS Read article -----------------------------------August 25 2010 | by Rick Press and Heather Svokos               Read article The 10 unavoidably hot restaurants of the moment Hungry? Find out which 10 restaurants made our foodie Hot List. 7. Cat City Grill: Ellerbe isn't the only hot spot along Magnolia (Nonna Tata, Yucatan Taco Stand, Lili's, to name just a few). Cat City Grill is drawing just as many heavy-hitters. We recently spotted Van Cliburn having dinner there with Sid and Ramona Bass. Can't get more Fort Worth elite than that! Vance Martin, who also owns nearby Lili's Bistro, opened this cozy spot along with partner Martin Thompson around Valentine's Day. And Fort Worth has had a love affair with it since, gobbling up inventive, down-home dishes like chicken-fried rack of lamb ($25) and gorgonzola waffle fries ($9).

DFW.com
Upscale, down-home Cat City Grill opens on hip Magnolia Avenue--A new restaurant on hip Magnolia Avenue knows the right way to start and finish a meal

Wednesday, 07 April 2010 | by TERESA GUBBINS

Read article

-----------------------------------August 25 2010 | by Rick Press and Heather Svokos               Read article
The 10 unavoidably hot restaurants of the moment
Hungry? Find out which 10 restaurants made our foodie Hot List.
7. Cat City Grill: Ellerbe isn't the only hot spot along Magnolia (Nonna Tata, Yucatan Taco Stand, Lili's, to name just a few). Cat City Grill is drawing just as many heavy-hitters. We recently spotted Van Cliburn having dinner there with Sid and Ramona Bass. Can't get more Fort Worth elite than that! Vance Martin, who also owns nearby Lili's Bistro, opened this cozy spot along with partner Martin Thompson around Valentine's Day. And Fort Worth has had a love affair with it since, gobbling up inventive, down-home dishes like chicken-fried rack of lamb ($25) and gorgonzola waffle fries ($9).

September 30 2010 | FW Weekly Critics Choice |  View source Not your grandmas CFS, that’s for sure. At Cat City Grill, expect to be blessed with an honest-to-goodness piece of peppery, melt-in-your-mouth steak (not that pounded-flat stuff), caked in a light batter and accompanied by cream gravy that you can actually taste.

September 30 2010 | FW Weekly Critics Choice | 

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Not your grandmas CFS, that’s for sure. At Cat City Grill, expect to be blessed with an honest-to-goodness piece of peppery, melt-in-your-mouth steak (not that pounded-flat stuff), caked in a light batter and accompanied by cream gravy that you can actually taste.

TEXAS MONTHLY June 2010 | by PATRICIA SHARPE New & Noteworthy - Fort Worth Ah, Magnolia Avenue. Who would have dreamed five years ago that today it would be Fort Worths new restaurant row? The latest addition is Cat City, in a beautifully redone historic building, where stark black accents make a stylish backdrop for chefs Vance Martin and Martin Thompson's crowd-pleasing menu. Asparagus tempura with wasabi sauce was a real treat, while a layered spinach salad was a festival all by itself, with mandarin orange, dried cherries, pine nuts, bacon, Gorgonzola, and wontons. Either the meat loaf with wild mushroom ragù or the Texas Steak (read: chicken-fried) with cream gravy should satisfy any carnivore. The flourless chocolate torte with praline topping is not to be believed.

TEXAS MONTHLY
June 2010 | by PATRICIA SHARPE
New & Noteworthy - Fort Worth
Ah, Magnolia Avenue. Who would have dreamed five years ago that today it would be Fort Worths new restaurant row? The latest addition is Cat City, in a beautifully redone historic building, where stark black accents make a stylish backdrop for chefs Vance Martin and Martin Thompson's crowd-pleasing menu. Asparagus tempura with wasabi sauce was a real treat, while a layered spinach salad was a festival all by itself, with mandarin orange, dried cherries, pine nuts, bacon, Gorgonzola, and wontons. Either the meat loaf with wild mushroom ragù or the Texas Steak (read: chicken-fried) with cream gravy should satisfy any carnivore. The flourless chocolate torte with praline topping is not to be believed.