Make date night count when you spend a memorable evening out on the town in Fort Worth. 

Game Night 

Add a touch of competition to your date night. Grab a game and go head-to-head at Game Theory, a board game lounge in the Near Southside. Game experts act as your server and your referee. Order a drink, grab a bite and get to playing because the game of love has never been so fun. 


Axe Throwing

You don’t need darts to get a bullseye, just an axe. Bad Axe Throwing and Fort Worth Axe Factory are primed and ready to host you for an exhilarating night out. 


DIY: Do it Together

Get the creative juices flowing when you plan a night (or day) out at Board and Brush. Workshops focus on DIY wood signs in the farmhouse-inspired style. Glass, canvas and terra cotta pots are among the other materials available if wood isn't your thing. Not to mention, it's the perfect way to check off that growing 'honey do' list. 


Cook Together

They say that "the way to a man's heart is through his stomach." But let's be honest, we all like to get down on a good meal. Sharpen your cooking skills with a special night out at Sur la Table. And best of all, you get to eat it when you’re done! 


Catch a Movie

Drive-in movies are not a thing of the past. Fort Worth is home to one of the few left, and it's conveniently located on the outskirts of downtown. Park it for a double feature at Coyote Drive-In Movie Theater any day of the week, and then hit the canteen for some food and drinks. You will be cozying up to each other in no time. 


Music & Cocktails

Be seen in the scene. Go underground at Scat Jazz Lounge, a swanky jazz bar is located in the basement of the Woolworth Building in Sundance Square. Craft cocktails and a buzzy vibe will leave you feeling young again. 


Fort Worth Classics

Stroll through Sundance Square early evening under the twinkling lights of the Plaza and surrounding buildings. Grab brunch in the swanky Shops at Clearfork followed by window shopping the luxury retail stores. Rent a b-cycle and hit the trails for a leisurely bike ride along the Trinity River, home to over 70 miles of trails. Be a tourist in your own town and check out the Fort Worth Stockyards where 10 new shops and restaurants will soon open their doors in the renovated Mule Alley.