While I was in Fort Worth for the National Finals Rodeo, I had the pleasure of staying at, The Worthington Renaissance Hotel. This hotel is a historic fixture in the downtown Fort Worth landscape. The hotel offers contemporary comfort near celebrated attractions, including the Kimbell Art Museum, Sundance Square, Fort Worth Stockyards, Texas Christian University, etc. The Hotel is absolutely stunning from the outside statues all the way up to the rooms. The guest rooms feature high ceilings, plush bedding, large work desks, and views of Downtown Fort Worth with modern and contemporary design. We stayed in a suite that included a large balcony and a spacious bathroom with a vanity.
The lobby of the hotel is decorated in cowhide chairs, beautiful rustic paintings, many decorations showcasing the historic rustic western vibe the city of Fort Worth puts off. Take a look at the picture below to see how gorgeous it is.
I loved every minute of being at this hotel from as soon as I arrived being greeted by the nicest staff, to the valet and concierge to bring up your luggage. Once I arrived in my room I was greeted with Appetizers and beverages from the Toro Toro. The staff made it feel like home and made my stay one to remember.
While I was a guest at The Worthington Renaissance Hotel, I had the pleasure of eating at the restaurant that is on property. Toro Toro is the signature restaurant within The Worthington Renaissance. The head chef of the Toro Toro is, world-renowned Chef Richard Sandoval. Toro Toro Pan-Latin Restaurant celebrates the vibrant flavors and convivial dining culture of Central and South America, offering a twist on the contemporary steakhouse with Pan-Latin flavors – in tradition, all dishes are intended to be shared and paired with classic Latin cocktails. Don’t worry they have Happy Hour Monday to Thursday from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Take a look at the amazing drinks, appetizers and entrees I had the pleasure of trying. My favorite cocktail of the night was The Tamarindo margarita. My favorite was starter was the shrimp cocktail “Aguachile” . I also really enjoyed the Ribeye from the wood burning grill. But nothing tops the smoked granny smith apple dessert we ended our meal with. Take a look at the pictures below, featuring all of my favorites from our dinner at Toro Toro.
I also ate a light dinner at the bar at the Toro Toro one of the nights we stayed and had the parmesan truffled mashed potatoes and the best wedge salad I have ever had. One other thing that I thought was amazing is you can room service most of the Toro Toro menu also. Bringing delicious food straight to your room or bed.
Celebrate the best year yet, 2021, at Toro Toro FW and The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth – with spacious private dining rooms, meeting and event space. Plan your next vacation, staycation or work trip at The Worthington, you will not regret it. I will be heading back for another stay soon and more of that apple dessert! Fort Worth was one of my favorite trips of 2020. Was the perfect place to ring in 29, my last year of my 20’s.
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-xoxo The Traveling Trendsetter