FORT WORTH – Reservations are currently being accepted for Reata at the Rodeo, the original on-site restaurant in the Amon G. Carter, Jr. Exhibits Hall operated since 2002. Offering both lunch and dinner, Reata at the Rodeo features many of the legendary western menu items from its downtown location, including Pan-Seared Pepper-Crusted Tenderloin with Port Wine Glaze, Charbroiled Rib Eye with Cook’s Butter and Carne Asada topped with Cheese Enchiladas.
It’s open 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. every day starting this Friday and running through Feb. 3. Reservations now being accepted at 817.336.5766.
Limited memberships are also still available for Reata at the Backstage. Reservations for Reata at the Backstage are required for both lunch and dinner – 817.348.0642.
New this year, memberships may now be purchased online at https://www.reata.net/store/.
- $500.00 membership admits member plus 11 guests.
- $150.00 membership admits member plus 1 guest.
Reata’s third rodeo location, La Espuela Mexican Cantina, is located in the Centennial Room of the Charlie and Kit Moncrief building at the corner of Burnett Tandy Drive and Rip Johnson Drive. La Espuela is a fast-casual Mexican restaurant featuring Reata’s Beef Tenderloin Tamales, Tortilla Soup, and Beef and Chicken Enchiladas.
Complete menus for the three Reata satellite rodeo restaurants may be found at www.reata.net/fwssr.
Reata also operates two Starbucks at the FWSSR – one in the concourse of the Amon G. Carter JR. Exhibit Hall and one adjacent to the West Arena in the Richardson-Bass Building.