Joe T. Garcia's
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Joe T. Garcia’s is a staple in Fort Worth, TX with a rich family history and is one of the most popular Mexican restaurants in the area.
Great place for patio dining, in Fort Worth's Historic Stockyards. Great food and margaritas. Be sure an bring cash as they don't take credit cards.
Most Historic place to eat authentic Mexican food and our personal favorite! Choose from a fixed menu of 2 choices: delicious enchiladas or fajitas! Don’t forget to order the margarita! - this place accepts cash ONLY!
2201 N Commerce St Hugely popular landmark known for its beautiful, sprawling patio. Food: average. Margaritas: strong. Cash only. (ATM on site.) Limited menu: Fajitas, enchiladas, nachos, and tacos. Tip: great for groups, if the weather’s nice. Reservations for large groups only. Expect a wait.
“1621 River Run, Suite 176 (9min drive) Industrial chic meets modern foodie. Multiple patios right off the river. Organic, flavorful food and drinks. Our faves: yellow curry & the stack bowls, bison frito pie, duck fried rice, and spicy vegan queso. Tip: we usually build our own bowl for one entree. Do it up your way!”
“Great BBQ, atmosphere, and live music! K's Favorite: A Revolver Blood & Honey Beer. Baked Potato with Brisket K’s Favorite: A Community Mosaic IPA Beer. ½ lb Brisket and Brussel Sprouts ”
Grocery or Supermarket
“A large gourmet grocery store with excellent selections of produce, meats, dairy, and baked goods. There is also a great prepared foods section, patio, and play area for kids!”
“The world’s largest honky tonky. Multiple bars, big stage, live music, dancing. Put on your dancing boots, and if you have a cowboy hat, wear that, too.”
“One of the foremost modern art collections in the US. Various movements, themes, and styles are represented. The Permanent Collection includes pieces by Pablo Picasso, Philip Guston, Anselm Kiefer, Robert Motherwell, Susan Rothenberg, Jackson Pollock, Andres Serrano, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol. Cafe Modern is a great place to grab lunch, enjoying views of the museum’s reflecting pool. Hours: Mon: Closed. | Tue-Sun: 10a-5p. Admission: $16 for adults (free on Fridays, half-price on Sundays.) Parking: typically free. Located next door to the Kimbell. Might as well do both. (The Amon Carter Museum is also right there and great, too!)”