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Prenotato 5 volte oggi
Located in Dallas’ newly-minted East Quarter neighborhood,National Anthem will feature a variety of riffs on classic newAmerican. The space yearns for food that touches vintage but with a modern approach. You canexpect elements of both coasts with a straight-forward Texas sensitivity, hopefully capturing thevibes of a big-city, downtown dining room.National Anthem is housed within the Magnolia Oil building located at the intersection of CommerceStreet, Jackson Street, and Cesar Chavez Boulevard. The building was originally built in 1920 by theMagnolia Petroleum Company, later renamed Mobil Oil.Fun Facts:• The triangular architechture of the building is known as a “flatiron” design.• The angles of the trianglular shape of Town Hearth and the Magnolia Oil Building are within 2degrees of one another.• From the rooftop patio, customers will have clean sight lines of Downtown, Uptown, Deep Ellum,and the Farmer’s Market.
• Americana del sud • Fort Worth Centro
Prenotato 7 volte oggi
Easter BrunchJoin us in our Fort Worth Ballroom on Easter Sunday for a delicious culinary experience featuring locally sourced ingredients hand chosen by our chefs. Hop on over and enjoy a petting zoo, egg hunt, and more family-friendly festivities!Sunday, March 31 | Fort Worth Ballroom | 10:45 AM - 2 PM | Reservations through Open Table are required | $78 Adults, $42 children 6–12 (plus tax), Complimentary For Children 5 & UnderAbout Cast IronOur team of chefs created a new menu using the freshest local ingredients to bring you refined southern-style cooking. Enjoy menu highlights such as our Southern Pimento Board, Ole South Chicken Salad, and Dr Pepper Chocolate Cake. Cast Iron captures the true flavor of Fort Worth through an emphasis on local ingredients and southern style, with a twist on hometown classics. Whether cozying up to the fireplace or sharing from the family-style menu at the large family tables, the dining experience will be enjoyed by all.