Fort Worth Guide

FORT WORTH GUIDE

Fort Worth Guide

WHERE TO EAT:

  • Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
    • My Favorites: The VIP Martini, Jalapeno Bacon Macaroni & Cheese, Filet Mignon Trio
  • Grace
  • Bird Café
  • Lonesome Dove
    • My Favorites: Jalapeno Cucumber Margarita, Blue Corn Lobster Hushpuppies, Elk Sausage Sliders, Roasted Garlic Stuffed Beef Tenderloin, Wild Mushroom-Truffle Orzo
  • Joe T’s
    • Great margaritas! FYI – it’s cash only, but they have an ATM inside and the dinner menu is somewhat limited with a choice of Beef or Chicken Fajitas (both served with rice, beans, guacamole, flour tortillas, pico-de-gallo, chips, and hot sauce) or the Family-Style Dinner (two cheese nacho appetizers, two cheese enchiladas, rice, beans, two beef tacos, guacamole, corn tortillas, chips, and hot sauce)
  • Press Café
    • My Favorites: Tuna & Shrimp Poke, Classy Burger, Ancient Grain Rice Bowl, Fresh Fish of the Day (always on point)
  • Ellerbe Fine Foods
  • Bonnell’s
    • My Favorites: Oysters Texasfeller, Pecan-Crusted Redfish, Elk Tenderloin, Pepper-Crusted Buffalo Tenderloin
  • Pacific Table
  • Taco Heads
    • My Favorites: Queso, Charred Avo and Roasted Corn Taco, Carnitas Taco
  • Revolver Taco Lounge
  • Shinjuku Station
  • Thirteen Pies
    • My Favorites: The Iberian, Good Pepperoni (with truffle oil & fresh basil)
  • Winslow’s Wine Café
  • Dutch’s Hamburgers
    • My Favorite: Bacon Bleu Cheese Burger

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Fort Worth holds a special place in my heart. I fell in love with the city when I moved there to attend college at Texas Christian University in the summer of 2008 (Go Frogs!). In the eight years that have passed since I first moved to Fort Worth, I graduated from TCU, moved to Dallas to attend law school, fell in love with and married the man of my dreams, graduated from SMU Dedman School of Law, became a licensed attorney, started my career, and have since moved back to Fort Worth.

Let me tell you, both myself and the city have grown so much since I first moved there in the summer of 2008! But more about the city – Fort Worth finally has a Whole Foods, which is very exciting for a foodie who likes to have options! Also, there are plans to put a Bread Winners and Eatzi’s into University Park Village and even talk of a Dean & DeLuca opening sometime in the near future. Basically, many of the things I love about Dallas and more metropolitan cities are slowly being thoughtfully added to Fort Worth, which is not a bad thing in my opinion. But no matter how much Fort Worth continues to grow, it still manages to maintain its laid-back, unpretentious vibe. This is what so many people find truly appealing about the aptly nick-named “Cow-town” or “Funky-town.”

I hope you find this Fort Worth City Guide helpful! Please comment below if there are any other places not included on this list that y’all love in Fort Worth or if you need any other recommendations. Now get out there and discover all of the things that make Fort Worth awesome! I hope you love our Fort Worth Guide!

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Cheers,

Barbara

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