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The Bistro was Characterized by its casual atmosphere,and its simple, yet popular, cuisine. It was created by the working class, and used to serve flavorful home-style fare of generous portions accompanied by modest wines for its patrons, which were mostly of working class as well. The popularity or the Bistro grew very quickly; and very soon it became a favorite not only in France, but in all Europe.
316 S. Main Street
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.
1053 Foch St
acific Table is celebrated Chef Felipe Armenta's eclectic mix of modern, Pacific Northwest cuisine rooted in classical technique. Oysters, traditional sushi, seafood, grilled steaks, oven-roasted chicken, sandwiches and salads are presented in a warm setting. Our semi-open kitchen serves lunch and dinner daily with brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Happy hour is offered Monday - Thursday from 4-6 and includes reduced price sushi, oysters, cocktails, wine and beer.
1600 S. University, Ste. 601
Cocktail bar set in a former bookstore & pharmacy, with a speakeasy-style basement hideaway. Located in the historic Vybek building in downtown Fort Worth, Thompson’s elevates the art of the cocktail while transporting you to a simpler time. Created by two bar men with the notion of providing signature and classic cocktails to be enjoyed in a hospitable and mysterious ambiance. Reflecting a prohibition style vibe Thompson’s goal is to expand your horizons with our cocktails and spirit.
900 Houston St.
Ring of Honor Kitchen & Bar's food, drinks and inviting atmosphere offers a unique dining experience for the Grapevine area. Award winning Executive Chef Kevin Grafton, serves up a wide variety of rustic dishes and bar food, with the occasional global inflection. Paying homage to the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor Members. You will love the food and atmosphere.
1600 Fairway Drive
The newest Cooper's is located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards - just a stone's throw from Billy Bob's Texas, the World's Largest Honky Tonk. Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que is honored to be the Best of the Best in the barbecue business and home of the Original World Famous "Big Chop." Cooper's has provided its Pit Barbecue to hundreds of thousands of hungry diners over the years dating back to 1953.
301 Stockyards Blvd
A new chef-driven concept has flown into the freshly renovated Sundance Square Plaza. At Bird Café, the focus is delicious, delectable small plates. The split-level restaurant with more than 6,400 square feet of indoor space and 2,300 square feet of patio space looking out upon Sundance Square Plaza will be sure to make your experience special and unique.
155 E. 4th and Commerce
Open seven days a week, 365 days a year, at 11am Monday-Friday and 11:30am Saturday and Sunday. Come and enjoy our friendly bar staff and inviting atmosphere. As soon as you walk in, you’ll see our long indoor bar and seating areas. Walk a little further and you’ll find the stairs to walk your way up to our ROOFTOP bar and patio!
902 Houston Street
This ranch-themed upscale hot spot has Southwestern fare & a rooftop bar with views of Fort Worth. Reata’s most popular items include Tenderloin Tamales, Blackened Buffalo Ribeye, Chicken Fried Steak, Stacked Chicken Enchiladas and the all-time favorite Pan Seared Pepper Crusted Tenderloin. For a “special occasion”, a “true Cowtown experience” or just a “memorable night out on the town”, locals and tourists head to this Fort Worth “must-do” offering an “haute Texas"–style.
310 Houston Street