Z's Café is committed to great food, good people, and supporting the community. Our 3 goals are: • To offer delicious food that everyone can afford. • For our employees to develop skills and build self-confidence. • To treat everyone who walks through our doors here like family.
Tillman's Roadhouse sends traditional Texas dishes through the gourmet gauntlet to create a dinner menu of grilled goodies including steaks, ribs, and fish. Awaken dormant appetites with a trio of fries cut from Kennebec, purple peruvian, and sweet potatoes, dusted with seasonings, and served with housemade ketchup ($9). An entourage of smoked-gouda grits and battered green beans flanks wood-grilled pork tenderloin ($19). Truffled-goat-cheese tater tots guard a precious 12 oz. wood-grilled rib eye with threatening spears of grilled asparagus ($29). Fans of basketball, tigers, and pumpkins can coordinate interests to eats with sweet-potato gnocchi, bathed in maple-chipotle brown butter with roasted squash, spinach, and hazelnuts ($17). Finish culinary sojourns with table-side s'mores, a collection of flavored marshmallows, cinnamon grahams, and dark-chocolate bark that inspires nostalgia for the five-star camps of your childhood.
Paciugo's Latin motto, Ante Lucrum Nomen, meaning "Reputation Before Profit," neatly summarizes its liberal three-scoops attitude. Its luscious cold creams contain 70% less fat than premium ice cream, thus making it 130% more okay to consume several consecutive pints' worth. Each of their Turin recipes employ fresh and all-natural ingredients coupled with the finest fruit, nuts, chocolates and more to churn up scrumptious orbs of sweet sustenance. The gelateria's menu ushers taste buds toward small piccolo cups ($3.77) with three scoops and up to three different flavors, such as black raspberry, amaretto chocolate chip, chocolate black-cherry swirl, black-pepper olive oil, Mediterranean sea-salt caramel, chocolate orange saffron, and many more.
Brownstone is the result of award-winning designer Hatsumi Kuzuu's vision. Combining the expertise of the restaurant visionaries at Sameni Entertainment Group with the innovative architecture of her own imagination, she's given life to an airy, 5,000-square-foot space that crackles with convivial energy. As patrons fill the air with the din of friendly conversation or watch HD televisions from the comfort of their residential-style seating, the waitstaff ferries plates packed with forward-thinking takes on American cuisine. Juicy Angus burgers topped with fried eggs, cuts of chicken-fried steak, and delicate sea scallops seem right at home amid the din of friendly conversation. A well-stocked bar encourages diners to linger at tables on the open-air patio long after plates are cleaned, socializing while sipping on the specialty cocktails that were named some of the best in the city by reporters from Fort Worth CVB.
Yofé Fresh Fruit & Yogurt Café’s healthful menu nourishes patrons with prompt service, probiotics, and dishes made from natural ingredients. Its signature yogurt contains live, active probiotics, which can help digestive functioning and increase one’s tolerance for eating year-old fruitcakes. Along with traditional frozen yogurt with toppings, the staff channels creamy goodness into smoothies or artful parfaits layered with sweet treats such as bananas and vanilla wafers or mixed seasonal berries. For more solid sustenance, customers can choose from a selection of salads and piping-hot paninis. Diners enjoy nibbles in the café's modern setting, which features sleek black chairs amid hues of green and orange. Large glass windows welcome natural light while honeybees try in vain to sneak in through the door and pollinate the eatery’s plastic flowers.