Best Fort Worth restaurants for Christmas 2022 dining in or to-go
Christmas is really a two-day dining extravaganza, with celebratory meals served from Christmas Eve through Christmas night. This list compiles restaurants serving Christmas Eve and Christmas Day brunches and dinners along with some to-go options for at-home celebrations. Keep checking back as the list will quickly grow. (Looking for restaurants to take out-of-town guests throughout the holiday season? Find some great options here.)
97 West Kitchen & Bar
The Hotel Drover restaurant will serve a four-course, prix-fixe dinner both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with choice of appetizer, soup or salad, main course, and dessert. Menu highlights include chicken fried Texas oysters, caramelized onion cream soup, venison Wellington, and wood-grilled filet mignon with buttered lobster tail. Dinner is $99 and will run 4-9 pm. Or visit for brunch on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. The $49 menu will be served 8 am-2 pm and includes choice of sharable starter like cast iron cinnamon rolls, and a main course like lobster omelet or steak and eggs.
B&B Butchers & Restaurant
While the restaurant will be closed Christmas Day, B&B will serve its normal Saturday brunch menu on Christmas Eve and will feature Christmas carolers during dinner service from 6:30-7:30 pm. Also don’t miss the restaurant’s “Reinsteer” available for photos outside. B&B to-go options include holiday menus to feed a crowd. Whole roasted prime rib ($650) comes with whipped potatoes and Yorkshire pudding. There’s also ready-to-roast file mignon whole tenderloin ($350), pork crown roast ($85), and ready-to-eat whole Berkshire smoked ham ($115). Sides and hors d’oeuvres are available a la carte, and orders require 48 hours' notice.
Bacchus Kitchen + Bar
The Grapevine restaurant inside Hotel Vin will serve Christmas Eve and Christmas dinner with a five-course menu featuring pumpkin bisque, charcuterie, salad, rib roast, and chocolate mousse layered with raspberry ganache. Dinner is $90 and will be served from 5-9 pm both evenings.
Blue Mesa Southwest Grill
The Fort Worth location will serve its famous all-you-can-eat brunch on Christmas Eve, 9 am-4 pm ($30 for adults, $10 for kids 6-11, and free for kids under 6; reservations recommended). A new to-go option is a Holiday Fajita Party Pack, which includes grilled chicken and steak fajitas, chicken taquitos, queso, guacamole, adobo pie, smoky black beans, coconut lime rice, toppings, or tortillas. Desserts and magaritas can be added. Serves 8; $195 and can be picked up, or delivered within a 5-mile radius.
Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine
The chefs at Bonnell’s are prepping elegant Christmas dinners to-go. All meal packages are cold-packed and come with reheating instructions. Options range from a whole beef tenderloin dinner with sides for eight ($450) to a whole prime rib dinner with sides for 16 ($600). Don’t forget bourbon-buttermilk pie for dessert. All options are also available a la carte. Order by December 16 for pick-up on December 23.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse
The downtown steakhouse will be open 3-8 pm both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, serving its normal menu along with a prix-fixe three-course menu ($87) featuring 20-ounce prime rib served with horseradish cream, red wine au jus, and château mashed potatoes.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
Heat-and-serve and ready-to-eat takeaway options include The Complete Feast (serving 10-12) featuring cornbread dressing, gravy, baked potato casserole, green beans with bacon, a dozen buttery rolls, and a choice of spiral-cut ham, smoked turkey, or prime rib. A modified Dinner Feast serves 8-10. Order online or via the Dickey’s App.
Omni Fort Worth Hotel
The downtown hotel will present its annual Christmas brunch buffet on the second level ballroom floor. The smorgasbord goes on and on with cheese and charcuteries, breads and rolls, salads, fruits and berries, chilled seafood display, breakfast dishes and sides, eggs made to order, clam chowder, carved meats to order, kids buffet, dessert display, warm churros, and Christmas bread pudding. The brunch is $76 for adults and $44 for children 6-12. Seating times are available every half-hour, 11 am-3 pm.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
The fine dining steakhouse will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, serving menu classics and a three-course prix-fixe meal. For at-home celebrations, they're offering a holiday feast ($195, serves four) featuring roasted beef tenderloin with horseradish cream, choice of salad, garlic mashed potatoes and creamed spinach, and personal cheesecakes. Holiday sides to-go start at $28 and can be picked up between 4-6 pm through December 23; 48 hours' notice required.
The Sundance Square underground restaurant will be open Christmas Eve at 4 pm, with the last reservation at 7 pm. Regular menu will be served; reservations here. They will be closed Christmas Day and December 26.
The Pan-Latin steakhouse inside the Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel will serve dinner both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day along with a special Christmas Day brunch. The restaurant’s regular dinner menu will be served along with a chef special of roasted prime rib with jerk spiced marinade, mashed potatoes, asparagus, chipotle hollandaise, and ancho demi glaze. A buffet-style Christmas Day brunch with food stations will feature whole prime rib, chilled seafood, Belgian waffles, charcuterie, egg dishes, fresh fruit, and more. Brunch is $75 and will be served 10 am-2 pm. Dinner will be served 5-10 pm both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The snazzy underground steakhouse at downtown’s Sinclair Hotel will serve an a la carte menu of seasonal dishes on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Highlights range from East Coast oysters with yuzu-cucumber broth and gold flakes to duck breast, lobster mac and cheese, rack of lamb, and slow roasted prime rib. Don’t miss the Scotch in the City cocktail make with house-made cinnamon syrup. Wicked Butcher will be open 5-11 pm on Christmas Eve and 11 am-9 pm on Christmas Day.