Best Fajitas 2017
The sizzle and recognizable aroma of Uncle Julio’s fajitas beckon you as you walk through the door. Grilled over an open flame and served on a scalding platter with fresh pico de gallo, guacamole, Mexican rice, frijoles a la charra and fresh homemade flour tortillas, fajitas are tender and addictive because of Uncle Julio’s secret marinade made fresh daily.
5301 Camp Bowie Blvd.
If you’re looking for authentic-tasting fajitas, Benito’s is your spot. Located in the hospital district, Benito’s has established itself as a Fort Worth landmark serving a variety of Mexican – not Tex-Mex – dishes for over 20 years. Its beef, chicken and shrimp fajitas are marinated, cooked on the grill, then served on a hot skillet with sauteed onions, green peppers and a side of frijoles charros.
1450 W. Magnolia Ave.