After properly cooking a lobster, its once-brown exoskeleton turns bright red, letting chefs know that it's both ready to serve and profoundly embarrassed for showing up without pants. Make a meal of deliciously mortified seafood with today's Groupon to Daddy Jack's New England Lobster & Chowder House in Sundance Square. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of upscale seafood from the dinner menu Sunday–Thursday.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of upscale seafood from the dinner menu on a Friday or Saturday evening in October.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of upscale seafood from the dinner menu on a Friday or Saturday evening in November.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of upscale seafood from the dinner menu on a Friday or Saturday evening in December.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of upscale seafood from the lunch menu.
Daddy Jack's New England Lobster & Chowder House keeps a candle to the culinary flame of New England seafood traditions, fanning it with combustible Texas flair and succulent, made-from-scratch sauces. By the flickering candlelight in the intimate dining space, patrons learn their elbows on red-checkered tablecloths and peruse the dinner menu for one of Daddy Jack's most popular items, the lobster fra diavlo served over linguini, which attracts cohorts of clams, shrimp, and mussels that dive eagerly into a spicy marina as if they were selected for a minute-long swim in a millionaire's money pool ($29.95). Pecan-breaded rainbow trout pairs with a side of house-made artichoke rémoulade ($20.95), and a Choice 12-ounce fillet cut of beef topped with burgundy garlic mushrooms tows land lovers back to shore better than a bovine-captained tugboat ($29.95).
The lunch menu ushers in the midday meal with a shrimp pasta dish ($10.95) or a blackened-tuna sandwich ($10.95) that lunch breakers may indulge in outdoors on Daddy Jack's urban patio, which is nestled between the restaurant's brawny brick façade and the sidewalk's collection of talkative lampposts.
Daddy Jack’s luminescent sign hangs over its corner spot in the Sundance Square district, beckoning diners to walk past the outdoor patio and detect the aroma of fresh lobster, clams, and a perfectly grilled steak here and there. Fresh seafood satiates East Coast cravings at both dinner and lunch with blackened shrimp and jumbo sea scallops and lobster tails. Pasta dishes entangle mussels, lobster, and clams in housemade sauces, while completely vegetarian dishes forego the seafood for mushrooms, tomatoes, and balloon animals. Wines journey from around the globe—from Chile to New Zealand—to wash down meals.
Downtown Fort Worth
353 Throckmorton St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76102Get Directions