At Adobe Western Art Gallery, we carry a wide selection of both traditional and contemporary fine western art and furniture. From our 5000 square foot showroom, you can browse our collection of paintings, sculptures, photography, bronzes, prints and Giclees from some of the finest artists producing today. After 15 years at 2322 North Main St, we lost our lease. We are now located in what use to be our furniture store, The Bum Steer which is on the same side of the street, about 120 steps north.
located in the heart of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards. The huge, white, two-story building with the rust horse mannequin was originally the home of White Front Western Store, established in 1902. The Fincher Family purchased the store in 1967, and with only two different families owning the store, it has been in continuous operation for almost a century. Fincher's stocks a full line of western wear from infant to adults.
Enjoy Fort Worth hotel deals at our centrally located Fort Worth hotel. Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown Hotel has 429 custom-designed downtown Fort Worth accommodations featuring the Sheraton Signature Bed, 32" or 42" flat-panel HDTVs and complimentary basic high-speed Internet access in guest rooms. Satisfy your dining needs at Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown Hotel….Satisfy your cravings at The Chef’s Table located in the Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown Hotel.
Shuck Me serves the basic Texas seafood dishes: fried catfish, oysters and shrimp, fries and hush puppies. But the menu also has grilled snapper, grilled salmon, trout and grouper, along with farm-raised catfish and tilapia. And Shuck Me adds some border flavors. The gumbo and red-beans-and-rice are made with Spanish rice instead of white rice. The menu also includes ceviche Veracruzano and Mexico-style shrimp cocktail.
The building now known as Billy Bob’s Texas was built in 1910 and was once an open-air barn used to house prize cattle for the Fort Worth Stock Show. In 1936, as a Texas Centennial Project, the building was enclosed by the City of Fort Worth at a cost of $183,500 and the tower over the main entrance was added. The “new” structure contained 1,257 animal stalls, and a 1,200 seat auction ring that is now the Billy Bob’s Bull Riding arena.
Stockyards Championship Rodeo maintains a strong commitment to visitors looking for an authentic western cowboy experience. We keep the rodeo tradition alive in the Fort Worth Stockyards’ historic Cowtown Coliseum every Friday & Saturday night. Our professional staff, contestants, and volunteers offer a vital service to the City of Fort Worth and the North Texas community by preserving the traditions and lifestyles of the American Cowboy through fun-filled family entertainment!
The City of Southlake’s Bob Jones Park and the Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve (BJNCP) are named after John Dolford “Bob” Jones, the son of Leaser Alvis Jones and his slave, Elizabeth. A slave himself, Bob was a sheepherder on his father’s farm east of Roanoke, Texas. After the Civil War, Bob, his brother, and his mother were set free and bought the 60-acre farm. Over time, Bob and his wife, Almeady Chisum, and their ten children expanded the farm until they owned almost 2,000 acres.