Paola Arias
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Paola Arias

Paola Arias has spent years working in travel PR and loves writing about both food and travel. In her downtime, she enjoys checking out new restaurants and bars in the area with her husband and is always itching for her next travel opportunity. 

Fort Worth Summer Checklist 2024

Summer may be a few weeks away, but we’re already dreaming up our ideal summer day in Fort Worth and making a list of all the must-dos in the city. Take a look at our summer checklist for some inspiration of what to have on your radar this summer. Water sports at Panther Island Pavilion Enjoy some…

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Cinco de Mayo in Fort Worth

Celebrate Mexican American culture in Fort Worth with a margarita (or two) in hand and plenty of events that celebrate the blend of these two cultures in a unique Texas and Fort Worthian way. Cinco in the District Sunday, May 5, 12 - 5 p.m. | Cultural Arts District Spend Cinco de Mayo in the Fort…

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Panaderias in Fort Worth

There's nothing like enjoying your favorite pan dulce with a cup of coffee to start your Saturday morning (or any morning, honestly). Luckily, Fort Worth is full of panaderias where you can get your favorite baked goods. Panaderias Don Goyo With two locations in the city, you are bound to be just…

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Spotlight on: Sarah Castillo

It’s hard to talk about Fort Worth’s hospitality scene without mentioning Sarah Castillo. The restaurateur and entrepreneur may be known around town for her successful taco shop, Taco Heads, but Sarah’s story does not start there. It all started with a dream. After attending Paschal High School…

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The History of Joe T. Garcia’s - a Fort Worth Icon

Joe T. Garcia’s is best known for its margaritas and beautiful hacienda-style patio. For almost 90 years, the restaurant has been a favorite of locals, but has had a long journey to become the Joe T. Garcia’s we visit today. Before becoming Joe T. Garcia’s, Joe and Jessie (better known as…

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Get Indoors: Where to Get Moving Indoors

Fort Worth has plenty of indoor and air-conditioned spots to get you moving these last few weeks of summer. Billy Bobs Texas Put on your cowboy boots and two-step your way to Billy Bob’s Texas, the world’s largest honky tonk, to dance the night away. New to line dancing and two-steppin’ or simply…

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Where to get a frozen treat in Fort Worth

Beat the heat with some of the coolest drinks and desserts around town. From ice cream to frozen margaritas, there are plenty of treats to choose from this summer. Melt Ice Cream You can't help but smile when you walk in to Melt’s sunny yellow shop. Their small-batch, high-quality ice cream is…

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Fort Worth’s Near Southside is a Barbecue Haven

Barbecue and Texas are synonymous, and in Fort Worth that is no different. Specifically, when it comes to the Near Southside neighborhood just south of I-30 and downtown Fort Worth. This area has become a hub for some of the best barbecue joints in the city and entire state. So, put on your comfiest…

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Fort Worth Summer Bucket List

Whether you just moved to Fort Worth, are here visiting, or simply want to explore the city you live in over the summer, Fort Worth has plenty to do! But, there are a few must-dos you should include in your bucket list. Water sports at Panther Island Pavilion Enjoy some outdoor water fun at…

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24 Hours in the Near Southside Neighborhood

Whether you’re visiting Fort Worth or want to have a staycation in the city, you can easily spend a full day exploring the Near Southside neighborhood. The area has seen a boom of eateries and watering holes over the last few years, but there are plenty of other things to do. We break down how to…

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