Connect with us

Subscribe

Eats

Toro Toro Fort Worth Returns with Dine-In Service June 22

Toro Toro Fort Worth in The Worthington Renaissance, led by Chef Richard Sandoval

Fort Worth, Texas – Richard Sandoval Hospitality announced today they will resume daily dine-in service for lunch and dinner at 75 percent capacity with limited menu and Toro-To-Go program at Toro Toro Fort Worth in The Worthington Renaissance, led by Chef Richard Sandoval, the Father of Modern Mexican Cuisine, on Monday, June 22, 2020.

Chef Richard Sandoval said, “We are grateful for the warm welcome from Fort Worth late last year.  Together with the strength of our communities and tireless frontline, we have come through one of the most difficult times in the history of our planet. I am so proud to have an incredible team and family beside me who have been working on opening our restaurants back up cautiously and thoughtfully while incorporating the highest level of health and safety standards. It is our pleasure to welcome you back over the coming days and weeks and hope to lend you some happiness, ease and comfort with our shared celebration of bold Pan-Latin flavors, outstanding service and memorable experience.” 

Inspired by the art and tradition of Latin American barbecue, the menu features charcoal and wood grilled steaks, chicken, lamb and seafood, handhelds and creative, shareable, small plates of ceviche, anticuchos, tacos and vibrant Latin spirits, handcrafted cocktails and global wines.

Toro Toro Fort Worth has recently been nominated as “Best in Fort Worth” by Fort Worth Magazine and “Best New Restaurant” in Fort Worth by CultureMap.

In addition to serving hotel guests, Toro-To-Go programming will be offered to locals for curbside pickup and takeout and will be available by calling 817-210-2222, ordering online at www.torotorofortworth.com or through third-party delivery services.

Alcoholic beverage options from beer and wine and cocktail kits will be offered.

From any “Ovation” family style dinner for 4 or more ordered through our takeout program, they will donate $5 of every meal kit to benefit relief efforts for frontline workers and first responders in Tarrant County.

Starting, June 22, Toro Toro will be open for limited dine-in capacity daily from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Reservations are available via phone or reserving through OpenTable.  Toro Toro Fort Worth is dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service, health and safety standards and social distancing practices in accordance with protocol set by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local and statewide government mandates.

Newsletter Signup

Thank you for signing up!

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Kevin Na Wins Colonial, Gives Caddie Dodge Challenger

Sports

Hooters Swimsuit Pageant 04.17.19

Galleries

First Toro Toro In Texas Will Open In Fort Worth

Eats

Vanilla Iceman cometh to Billy Bob’s

music

Advertisement
Connect
Newsletter Signup

Thank you for signing up!