221 West Exchange Avenue Ft. Worth, TX 76106 +1 817 626 0181
Rodeo Exchange has been in business since 1986, which makes it somewhat of an institution around these parts. Come on Tuesday nights for free dance lessons - just don't forget your cowboy hat. Famous for their low-price drinks, Rodeo Exchange offers a number of drink specials, including happy hour until 8p and Friday Ladies Nights. Fridays and Saturdays feature live music, mostly country, from acts ranging from local favorites to national stars like Trace Adkins. Fun times, cheap drinks and good old fashioned country tunes make this club a hoot.
1311 Lipscomb Street Ft. Worth, TX 76104 +1 817 926 0968
The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge is a blend of a fine dining establishment and a classy entertainment venue. This spacious venue is housed in a historic building and its design brilliantly combines old world charm with modern comforts. The music hall has staged performances of renowned performers and continues to do so, while the lounge has managed to please even the most discerning diners, thereby making it a popular space. Guests can cozy up in the on-site restaurant or enjoy the cool breeze on its rooftop patio. From the concerts to the delectable offerings on the menu, everything here is trendy and simply irresistible. So be a part of this culinary and musical journey at the Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge.
The Ginger Man is just one branch of a family of pubs in Texas famous for Belgian ales, Oktoberfest brews and British and German beer, in addition to a number of local beers. There is a beer garden here at The Ginger Man, as well as an inside seating area to choose from, but the beer garden is especially popular. Darts can by played on the inside while you wait for your food. Inside or out, taste a bit of Oktoberfest here in Fort Worth.
2516 East Belknap Ft. Worth, TX 76111 +1 817 831 2261
The Stagecoach Ballroom features over 3500 square feet (325 square meters) of space to dance to your favorite country western hits, as well as original compositions. The Ballroom features live performances from local acts. All ages are welcome here; from grandma to the little ones, everyone can have a great time here. Check it out on Fridays for singles night, a night sure to make you bring your best dance moves.
1100 Foch Street Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 336 9463
Times Ten Cellars has wines from both California and Texas regions. Wines are also created from the Cellars' equipment which was shipped from Italy and France. Visitors get to enjoy the different types of wine in a tasting room and wine bar. Guests can reserve space for a private party, wedding reception or for a private wine tasting event.
3505 West Lancaster Avenue Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 738 1938
When William Edrington Scott, a member of one of Tarrant County's founding families, died in 1961, he left $3 million to help develop Fort Worth's cultural district. Broadway scenic designer Donald Oenslager designed the 493 seat theater in 1966. It features several technical bells and whistles. The performance space is now rented to various production companies, as well and business and civic groups. Concerts and fund raising events are also hosted here.
1501 Montgomery Street Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 255 9300
This delightful collection of tactile displays encourages learning for children and adults alike. A ferocious dinosaur offers greetings in the front walkway; attractive and enticing exhibits branch out in all directions. There are nine permanent galleries with themes ranging from Texas history to computers to fossils. Two of these include dino dig and kid space, specifically designed for younger children. One of the most popular attractions is the Omni Theater, an IMAX theater that shows 70mm films on a huge screen. The noble planetarium presents programs on astrology.
1501 Montgomery Street Fort Worth Museum Of Science and History Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 255 9300
Located inside the Museum of Science and History, this domed theater is a tribute to the past, present and the future technological history. With a capacity for 390 people, the theater features 72 speakers unloading 18,600 watts off sound. It is best to arrive at least a half-hour before the presentation time, as no late seating is allowed.
3101 West Lancaster Avenue Ft. Worth, TX 76107 +1 817 332 2272
This historic Casa Manana theater was created by Henry Kaiser, following examples and design principles set by famous architect R. Buckminster Fuller. Casa Manana features a children's playhouse and a modified thrust stage with a seating for upto 1,045 people. Entertainers such as Bill Cosby, Johnny Mathis and Barry Manilow have performed here. In addition, Broadway touring productions including 'Cats' and 'Miss Saigon' have thrilled visitors with spectacular sets and performances. For over 40 years now, this theater company has only been growing to become one of the largest performing arts center in Texas. It has always nurtured and honed the talents of a number of people to promote live professional theater and continues to do so, even today.
Whether you're the type that likes to watch sports, sing karaoke or just nurse a few beers, Baker Street Pub & Grill has got you covered. The inside bar features live music performances on selected nights, as well as weekly Sunday night karaoke for those looking to stretch out those pipes. Order from the diverse menu of bar favorites and wash it down with a cold one or two. If you need some fresh air, you can sit outside on the patio - don't worry, you'll still be able to hear the music from the band.
This historic Casa Manana theater was created by Henry Kaiser,
following examples and design principles set by famous architect R. Buckminster Fuller. Casa Manana features a children's playhouse and a modified thrust stage with a seating for upto 1,045 ...
This is one of downtown Fort Worth's favorite restaurants. Located
in Sundance Square across the street from the Worthington Hotel, it is also within walking distance from the Fort Worth/Tarrant County Convention Center. Billy Miner's serves excellent food and ...
Established in 1935, Joe T. Garcia's remains one of Fort
Worth's most popular Mexican restaurants, run by the Garcia LanCarte family. Located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth near hotels and the cultural district, the venue features beautiful ...