Fort Worth Star-Telegram (January 3, 2018) – The nice thing about B&B Butchers & Restaurant, Fort Worth’s newest prime steakhouse, is that it’s much more. Everything lived up to B&B’s reputation as one of Houston’s favorite high-end steakhouses.
The new Shops at Clearfork space is more contemporary than clubby. A large bar will draw diners, but more will choose tables along the windows or on the patio. If you’re not looking for white-tablecloth dining, the retro butcher shop on Marathon Avenue offers the red-and-white-checked tablecloth version, with a choice of 16 sandwiches (and 10 varieties of ham alone), 12 cheeses and eight prepared salads.
The lunch menu is much broader than at other prime steakhouses. It offers deli sandwiches with chips for $11-$14, a cheddar-bacon burger with fries for $14, pizzas for $12-$14 and lunch portions of steaks and seafood.
The dinner menu has plenty of high-end steaks and lobster ($46, or $76 for a large portion stuffed with crab). But it also has a wide assortment of substantial appetizers (soups, thick-cut bacon, brisket ravioli, calamari, meatballs).