Since moving back to Texas, I have been passing by Lucile's without ever making into the restaurant. The opportunity finally presented itself not to long ago to try it out, and I am glad it did. The restaurant is located on the side of Camp Bowie Boulevard, in Fort Worth. It's hard to miss this elongated building, with its name painted all over it and branded as an invitation card. Lucile's Stateside Bistro is housed in what is considered to be one of the town's landmarks. The building itself has been established in 1927, and since has served as the home of different restaurants. Lucile's took over the establishment in 1994 and has been running happily ever since.

What originally drew me to this place, was their big signs inviting to try their famous crab rolls and lobster. Walking inside, the place looked very cozy, very family-style like. 

As you walk in, on one side you have an old-fashioned wooden bar, were one can order alcoholic beverages. Lucile's proclaims to have excellent margaritas and martinis - but I have not yet had the pleasure to try them out. On each side of the flatiron plan, feature dinning areas.

For my first visit, I decided to give in and try their lobster. I must admit that I was a bit apprehensive at first, as I really didn't want to be disappointed. I ordered a side of pasta along with my order of the Lobsterama. When the waitress brought out my food, I was very excited by the beautiful sight presenting in front of me. Let's just say that I was not at all disappointed. I finished up that lobster in no time, already yearning for some more. 
I wasn't much impressed by the pasta (I thought it lacked some flavor), but the lobster was worth every penny. Overall, my first impression of Lucile's was good. I am already looking for an occasion to eat at again. I'm thinking of the crab rolls next.

Lucile's Stateside Bistro
4700 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Ph: (817) 738-4761 | website

This post contains no sponsored or affiliate links. All links are provided for your convenience.

Since moving back to Texas, I have been passing by Lucile's without ever making into the restaurant. The opportunity finally presented itself not to long ago to try it out, and I am glad it did. The restaurant is located on the side of Camp Bowie Boulevard, in Fort Worth. It's hard to miss this elongated building, with its name painted all over it and branded as an invitation card. Lucile's Stateside Bistro is housed in what is considered to be one of the town's landmarks. The building itself has been established in 1927, and since has served as the home of different restaurants. Lucile's took over the establishment in 1994 and has been running happily ever since.

What originally drew me to this place, was their big signs inviting to try their famous crab rolls and lobster. Walking inside, the place looked very cozy, very family-style like. 

As you walk in, on one side you have an old-fashioned wooden bar, were one can order alcoholic beverages. Lucile's proclaims to have excellent margaritas and martinis - but I have not yet had the pleasure to try them out. On each side of the flatiron plan, feature dinning areas.

For my first visit, I decided to give in and try their lobster. I must admit that I was a bit apprehensive at first, as I really didn't want to be disappointed. I ordered a side of pasta along with my order of the Lobsterama. When the waitress brought out my food, I was very excited by the beautiful sight presenting in front of me. Let's just say that I was not at all disappointed. I finished up that lobster in no time, already yearning for some more. 
I wasn't much impressed by the pasta (I thought it lacked some flavor), but the lobster was worth every penny. Overall, my first impression of Lucile's was good. I am already looking for an occasion to eat at again. I'm thinking of the crab rolls next.

Lucile's Stateside Bistro
4700 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Ph: (817) 738-4761 | website

This post contains no sponsored or affiliate links. All links are provided for your convenience.

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