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Bob’s 3 Things - June 2024

Three perspectives on Fort Worth’s hospitality industry from Visit Fort Worth President and CEO, Bob Jameson. Summer is right around the corner, and Fort Worth has so much to offer for the perfect weekend getaway. We are excited to extend our marketing to drive-in visitors from Tulsa…

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Sundance Square: Live Music in Fort Worth

Nestled in the heart of downtown, Sundance Square features a lively and diverse music scene. Free Live Plaza Music Each Weekend As the sun sets, the weekend streets of Sundance Square come alive with melodies. Every Thursday through Sunday evening, Sundance Square Plaza transforms into a stage…

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Bob’s 3 Things – January 2024

Hi, I’m Bob Jameson, here with 3 Things for January. 1. The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo returns to Dickies Arena January 12th through February 3rd. This rodeo extravaganza is rich in Western heritage and tradition, and Dickies Arena was ranked the Number One venue in the world by Billboard…

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Southeast Fort Worth & Historic Southside Guide

Historic Southside is home to rich culture and spaces that help preserve the African American contributions to Tarrant County. It’s a growing area of great restaurants, shopping, museums and cultural centers that educate and delight visitors. Fort Worth is the home of Dr. Opal Lee, affectionately…

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TMS & Alliance

This growing area north of downtown offers high speed thrills at Texas Motor Speedway and shopping fun at Alliance Town Square and Tanger Outlets. It features an ideal golf getaway at the DFW Marriott Hotel & Golf Club at Champions Circle. And with recent restaurant, bar and venue openings, this…

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TCU & Zoo

The neighborhood around Texas Christian University is a booming area for shopping, dining and attractions. Established in 1910, TCU has become one of the most picturesque and prominent small universities in the nation. Explore the campus on foot and be sure to stop at the TCU Campus Store for…

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Riverside

Northeast of downtown Fort Worth, the Riverside neighborhood is finding a vibe all its own. A living and working community, it features locally owned boutiques, flavorful restaurant options, unique entertainment venues, salons, gyms, urban housing and contemporary apartment buildings. EAT The…

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Clearfork

Founded a year before the city of Fort Worth, Edwards Ranch was a family-owned cattle ranch once spanning over 7,000 acres. Fort Worth grew steadily around the ranch and in 2017, it was transformed into an energetic, beautifully-designed space where visitors go to shop, dine and be entertained…

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West 7th & The Foundry Districts

Across the Trinity River from downtown you’ll find West 7th and the Foundry Districts. Crockett Row and historic Montgomery Plaza anchor this urban village, offering high-concept and diverse dining, lively bars, night clubs, specialty retailers and unique entertainment venues. EAT For brunch…

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Northside

The neighborhood encompassing the Historic Stockyards is a vibrant community that honors and celebrates Hispanic culture and events. EAT If you’re craving Tex-Mex, you’ve come to the right place. Feast on enchiladas and fajitas at Joe T. Garcia’s , the celebrated Tex-Mex restaurant family-owned…

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