Fort Worth Reviews

Review for Sarah's Place by Sarah
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Best Karoke last 3 years according to the Fort Worth Weekly.
Pros: Great neighborhood dive bar. Karoke nights are a blast. Great place to meet your friends before or after a night out and about.
Cons: Finding it, once you do you'll be a regular
Review for Lili's Bistro on Magnolia by Joe
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Better read many reviews about this place. Just about every entry that Vance makes is some kind of verbal attack against a customer. He assumes that everyone will accept his ..
Pros: None!
Cons: Many!
Review for NOLA Cajun by Kendrick
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Great food, well seasoned.
Pros: Great prices reminds me of home. Charbroiled Oysters are the best in DFW.
Cons: It's a food trailer so when its raining limited seating.
Review for The Pour House by David
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Manger/Owner very nice if you get the the change they will pour you damn right!!!!
Pros: bring the honeys and dont hate haha!!!
Cons: tell ur girl to wear white and a short skirt hahaha
Review for Eddie V's Prime Seafood by Melissa
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I love the crab fried rice.. steak was very tender and juicy.. it was a great experience..
Review for Anthony's by Anonymous
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she broke up a Marriage of a 11 years
Cons: Andrea Joy and Tony Dewayne West

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Fort Worth, Texas surprises many people because of the variety of entertainment and culture that it offers. Visitors can experience its many museums with exhibits showing the western heritage of Fort Worth, art galleries, and its old West history at the Stockyards. Race fans can even attend a top tier NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway. It's proximity to Dallas and Arlington offers opportunities for more cultural endeavors, not to mention sports. It is an easy drive from Fort Worth to see the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, or Dallas Stars play a home game. Fort Worth, often referred to as Cowtown, was originally established in 1849 as an army outpost. It eventually became the last stop on the famous Chisholm Trail. With the birth of the railroad, the area of Fort Worth known as the Stockyards became a leading center for buying and selling livestock. The Fort Worth Stockyards is now on the National Register of Historic Places. It still offers a taste of the old cowboy tradition with rodeos, authentic old saloons, and stores where you can by a Stetson or a pair of boots. Twice a day you have the opportunity to witness an historically accurate cattle drive. Cowhands drive a herd of longhorns through Exchange Avenue and into the Stockyards. A visit to the Stockyards would not be complete without stopping in at Billie Bob's, "the world's largest honky-tonk". This 3-acre saloon has it's own rodeo arena and is a perfect end to the day after exploring Fort Worth and the Stockyards.

Events in Fort Worth

Ranch Music Series - Bart Crow & Saints Eleven
on Wednesday, 22 Aug, 6:00 PM
at The Yard Find Tickets
3017 Morton Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107
Attending interested

Join us at The Yard in Fort Worth for The Ranch Music Series!

JeepFest 2018
on Thursday, 30 Aug, 8:00 PM
at Jeepfest at Pools Farm
8795 Hwy 53 East, Marble Hill, GA 30143
Attending interested

Jeep Fest 2018 is expanded to a three day celebration of Jeep's history and ties to Toledo. ProMedica and Dana have signed on as presenting sponsors for the August festival.

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