Ellerbe Fine Foods

New American
$ $ $
1501 W Magnolia Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 926-3663
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm



  • How does a restaurant run out of lobster?
  • Chosen as one of the 10 Best New Restaurants in America in our annual Restaurant issue!
  • Back corner window table is awesome- and get the burger.
  • My vote for best restaurant in all of Fort Worth. Fresh and delicious. This is a fabulous place for lunch or dinner. Works for date night or with family.
  • Chef Molly McCook's ever-changing, seasonal menu features locally grown, sustainable ingredients from local farmers.
  • Seasonal farm-to-table menu that changes up regularly. Fantastic food all around, from appetizer to dessert. Brian is one of the best waiters we've ever had.
  • Menu changes often with fresh local ingredients. One of the top restaurants in Fort Worth
  • Everything! It's a seasonal menu, southern inspired and always top notch.
  • Andr Natera, chef of Village Kitchen, eats here on his nights off. He loves the New Orleans Muffaletta.
  • The butternut squash baklava is delicious.
  • Ellerbes menu offers something for everyone. A visit to Ellerbes would not be complete without ordering Maw Maws Bread Pudding. Topped with homemade ice cream... heaven.
  • Try the Bread Pudding.
  • Ask for Andrew, he's the best! Drink Spring Mountain Estate Cabernet and try the Bologna sandwich.
  • Ask for Doug. Really great waiter. Very knowledgable on the food and will sale you everything on the menu..;-) really, though...Doug will steer you in the right direction!
  • Knock-out place w/ impeccable food & service. Similar to Lucia where every element of the food is expertly crafted by the chef (Molly McCook). Nice, yet laid-back atmosphere. (Go to The Usual after!)
  • Short rib was amazing! Reserve a spot at one of Douglas' table...he won't steer you wrong.
  • On a recent visit I had the best stuffed quail of my life. And I'm an avid quail eater. Hands down to the bread and attentive service.
  • Must Order: Riffs on southern classics are best. Two to try--New Orleans-style barbecue shrimp and Maw Maw's bread pudding.
  • The pimento cheese,, everything else was either under cooked over cooked or just not good!!! Went there on Valentines Day , set menu,, gooey drum fish on a bed of pickles, desserts equally bad , yuck

Nearby places

1408 W Magnolia Ave (btwn Fairmount & 6th Ave)
525 Commerce St (at E 4th St)