Step back in time in a newly restored rail station tavern, and experience a piece of Fort Worth history. The T & P Tavern was originally built as a diner and adjoining newsstand in the 1930's in the Historic T & P Railway Station in Downtown Fort Worth. This station has played a big part in American and Fort Worth history. As the main southern hub of transport, many World War II veterans left and/or returned from this station.  The diner may have very well been the last "home-cooked" meal before departing for unknown part for many a soldier.

Over eighty years later, the Tavern is still very similar to its original glory. There have been extensive renovations throughout the years but the art-deco architecture is still intact. The station is still functioning today and serves as the last west-bound stop on the TRE (Trinity Rail Express) that connects to the DART system in Dallas.

The T&P Tavern features an extensive menu of sandwiches,snacks, breakfast items, and features a bar with Rahr on tap. A huge covered, pet-friendly patio and plasma TVs makes T&P a great place to hang out while waiting to board the TRE to Dallas or shuttle to Cowboys Stadium. The Tavern does not allow smoking inside but it is allowed on their covered patio. This is the perfect place to relax with friends!