Fort Worth Convention and visitors Bureau Blog

November Fun in Fort Worth

We've been counting down the days until the holidays. Here's our guide on what to do this November in Fort Worth. Fort Worth Greek Festival - St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church November 11-13 With just $1 admission, your family can have an excellent time learning about and celebrating Greek…

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Where to Get Ice Cream in Fort Worth

It can get hot in Texas. Sprinkle some joy into your day with a scoop or two of ice cream. Amorino Gelato 5274 Monahans Avenue Located in the luxurious Clearfork District, Amorino's servings of gelato are as tasty as they are beautiful. These scoops are authentic, too. Amorino was founded in Italy…

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Dining with WERO: Lao Cuisine in Fort Worth

Bold flavors, thick gravy sauces, cold meat saladsand lots of delicious rice and noodle dishes. Lao cuisine juxtaposes cool temperatures and herbs with hot chilies and spice with dishes like the papaya salad or beef larb while also bringing warm, comforting flavors in the form of rich broths and handmade rice noodles. …

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Elotes in Fort Worth

While the pandemic has changed the way we experience dining out, getting a hot elote en vaso (cut corn in a cup) during this time has remained somewhatthe same since the Mexican snack is served in a ‘to-go’ style. …

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Dining with WERO: Summer Shandys

Shandys (or radlers) originated in Europe, with versions dating back to the 1850s in England and the 1950s in Germany. Like many tasty traditions, this mix of beer and ginger ale or lemonade most likely stemmed from necessity…

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