The Designer’s Rack offers designer and better label gently used women’s clothing and accessories. We specialize in refurbished vintage western cowboy boots for the whole family: men’s, women’s and children’s cowboy boots. Our merchandise comes from the general public as we purchase our items rather than consign them, giving cash settlements for immediate compensation. There is no waiting for your checks or uncertainty of the amount you might receive.
Welcome to Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth's premier performing arts center. Managed by the non-profit organization Performing Arts Fort Worth, the Hall offers a vast array of entertainment, from Broadway productions to concerts. Bass Hall also is home to four resident companies: Fort Worth Symphony, Texas Ballet Theater, Van Cliburn Foundation and Fort Worth Opera.
The nationally acclaimed Fort Worth Zoo has been ranked the No. 4 zoo in the nation by 2017 USA Today readers' poll and the No. 1 attraction in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex by Zagat survey. Home to more than 500 animal species and a world-famous reptile collection, the Zoo supports wildlife conservation projects in more than 30 countries around the world. The institution’s focus on education and conservation is second to none, enhancing the lives of more than 1 million visitors a year.
Chimera is more than just a brew pub. Not only do we serve our very own beers made in house, but we have a menu full of authentic Italian food, made fresh every day. Perfect for that after work chill time, a group event, or bring the family (our toy chest and large chalkboard for the young ones is there to make them feel welcome).
Casa Mañana Musicals, Inc., the non-profit organization that managed the theatre, was run by a volunteer Board of Directors and General Manager Melvin O. Dacus. In 1962, programming was expanded with the introduction of the Children’s Playhouse, a professional theatre series geared toward North Texas children. Each year since, nearly 150,000 parents, children, teachers and students have attended these popular shows.
The Gut Rocket first landed on the moon on February 27th 2002. The idea was created from sort of a lunar thought that was launched into orbit from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. After ripping the lips off some fatty cuts from nearby snake river, we were hoping to find a place that pours the coldest beer & squeezes out a gut-wrenching time all together.