maria's camp bread
hmmm...looks like Tim Love is a working chef
the dining room is an airy space with simple tables
great outdoor seating area
live music on the patio every weekend night. Good bands, too.
"todays animal" gets spit roasted. This one's goat
long-time Tim Love employee Maria makes fresh tortillas
indoor dining that spills out to the open courtyard
opening day brought a few protesters who don't like that the city developed the river banks with a restaurant
nice menu, biodegradable wine glasses
chef/owner tim love (nice guy, too)
yep, it's fort worth, not dallas
yep, low and slow
bbq essentials (i snuck in to the smokehouse)
smoked cauliflower with evoo, lemon, chile arbol
brisket stuffed piquillo peppers with cotija, bone broth
"today's animal" on opening day was goat, plus sides of salsa, cotija, key limes, tortillas
maybe it's wine?
Bourbon-and-coke pork "bahn mi" that's nothing like a bahn mi
Chef Tim Love’s new Woodshed Smokehouse, on the banks of the Trinity River in Fort Worth, is off to a great start. I visited on opening night to see if the early buzz was right. It is.
Nice place, cool riverside setting, good vibe, interesting menu (even if you’re a vegan). The guy can cook, too. Almost everything is imbued with a light touch of wood smoke (mesquite, hickory, oak or pecan). I’ll have more to say about this place after a few more visits, but my first impression: Go.
(Your best bet: Sunday Supper, where Love says he’ll throw down a big buffet with grilled and roasted meats and veggies for just $20.)
Tim Love’s Woodshed Smokehouse, 3201 Riverfront Dr., Fort Worth, 817-877-4545, map