On my trip to Dallas this past weekend I had the pleasure of going to the small charming town of Granbury. After a day on the lake we were strolling around the historical square and came across a true jewel of a restaurant. Eighteen Ninety is decorated in a Texas motif which I found rather charming. We started off in the “Lounge” area upstairs and had one of the best Bloody Marys that I’ve ever had. The hostess came to get us as a table was now open down stairs. We were sat next to a historical piano that had an awesome story of traveling from New Orleans to Granbury by horse and buggy in the 1800s. I had a Justin Cabernet which was recommended by my delightful server and it was just wonderful. We shared a crab cake and Texas trilogy to start with. Both were out of this world delicious. The crab cake is one of the best that I have ever tried. The owner told us the story of how they created the receipt for the crab cake and it is amazing how everything in this restaurant is either a family receipt or created by the owner and chef through trial and error. I had the six ounce filet and my friend had the porthouse steak. WOW the porthouse is huge!!! My friend said that it was delicious and definitely in the top three best steaks he has ever tasted. The filet was one of the tenderness pieces of meat that I have ever had and talking about flavor… WOW the family seasoning and garlic butter is amazing. Supposedly the owner’s father created this seasoning and has won numerous awards using this seasoning. We were to full for dessert but the table beside me had the chocolate cake it looked delicious. WE WILL BE BACK and WILL RECOMAND TO ANYONE VISITING GRANBURY!! Very charming place, great food, and excellent service.