Restaurants offering to-go/curbside Easter Dinners

Foodie friends, we are in unprecedented times right now and we are all dealing with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Every aspect of our lives is currently impacted as we have all been advised to stay home to flatten the curve of this devastating virus. I’ve provided several resources for finding curbside and to-go meal options by geographic areas in Fort Worth: Downtown, Foundry District, Northside, Westside, Tanglewood, Riverside, River District, Near Southside, South Main Village.

Easter celebrations will look different this year for everyone. Many restaurants and food establishments are providing to-go Easter Meals. I’ll keep track of those offering and list them here with updates as I find them.

Meyer and Sage

Click here for PRE-ORDERS | (817) 386-5009 | Call ahead/order online the Friday or Saturday of Easter weekend | Website | FB Updates

Meyer and Sage will be offering their signature gorgeous cheeseboards for Pre-order. They will also be offering the meal options show below. It’s best to pre-order to ensure availability.

Ellerbe Fine Foods

View MENU | 817-926-3663 | call 817-926-3663 by Thursday, April 9. All orders must be picked up on Saturday, April 11, 12pm-8pm | Menu pricing: $132 (feeds 6), or just the sides $85 (feeds 6) | Website | FB Updates

You can still enjoy a special Easter at home with our family to-go meal and wine. You can order the whole menu or just the sides, plus some nice add-ons.

Magdalena’s

MENU | To order curbside pickup or delivery please call 817-740-8085 or 817-296-8215 | You can also email your order to paige@magdalenastx.com | Website | FB Updates

Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine

MENU | (817) 738-5489 | Orders must be placed by 12pm on Monday, April 6th. No substitutions or adjustments to the menu, however multiple dinners may be ordered | email Kelcey@BonnellsTexas.com for any questions | Website | FB Updates

Lettuce Cook

Please place order with Natalie direct at 817-821-1621 | Please place order by WEDNESDAY at 3pm | Website | FB Updates

Tributary Cafe

Call or text 817-938-4200 | Order by Wednesday for Saturday Pick-Up | Website | FB Updates

Central Market

Pre-order at www.centralmarket.com/easter | Order by Thursday, April 9, 2020 | Pick up days: Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11, 2020 | Revised store hours: everyday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | All Central Market stores will be closed on Easter Sunday

Choose from an Easter Brunch meal including an Italian sausage and arugula quiche, challah French toast casserole, spinach and strawberry salad, berries and melon, six French butter croissants and orange juice for $59.99, or an Easter Dinner featuring a glazed spiral-sliced ham with all the trimmings including whipped russet potatoes, green beans with toasted almonds, strawberry and spinach salad and eight brioche rolls for $79.99. Each meal serves six people. All meals will be packaged and boxed with reheating instructions, and will be distributed through drive-thru pickups at each store location to ensure social distancing.

Swiss Pastry Shop

(817) 732-5661 | Pre-order your Black Forest Cake | They only have the smaller sizes (8″ & 10″) available because… well… social distancing and stuff. | Website | FB Updates

Eddie V’s

MENU | Pre-order now for pickup or complimentary delivery* starting April 10 | Full takeout menu also available | Call 817- 336-8000 for details | Website | FB Updates

Capital Grill

MENU | Family style dinner at home (ready to reheat or ready to serve). Pre-order available to pick up starting April 10th | Website | FB Updates

Del Frisco’s

MENU | Orders must be placed no later than Thursday before Easter | FB Updates | Website

EASTER BASKETS

Gifted

Don’t stress about putting together an Easter Basket! The exquisite local gift shop has pre-assembled Easter baskets ready to go. Here’s the information from Gifted:

We have pre-set assortments for Toddlers, and Preschool aged boys and girls as well as an empty basket and basket filled with plastic-free Eco-Eggs! Each basket boasts a handmade basket liner naturally dyed with avocado (My mom actually makes these for us. She has a lot of time on her hands now that she isn’t helping with my daughter during the shelter in place!). Each basket also has a satin ribbon where we will embroider your child’s name. For baskets that have eco-eggs, we will pre-fill the eggs for you with your child’s favorite treats so you don’t have to! Because of the handmade nature of these baskets, we have limited quantity, so order them before they’re gone! If you live in a 10 mile radius of our shop (76107), we are also offering FREE CONTACTLESS delivery! Click HERE to see options.

Fort Worth Restaurants offering to-go and meals for delivery : Westside, Tanglewood, Riverside, River District

Foodie friends, we are in unprecedented times right now and we are all dealing with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Every aspect of our lives is currently impacted as we have all been advised to stay home to flatten the curve of this devastating virus.

Every industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, especially the restaurant industry. Part of what makes Fort Worth so special are the small and unique restaurants that we love to frequent and discover. Now more than ever is the time to support local businesses, especially restaurants.

Restaurants and other food and beverage establishments have quickly shifted their business model to an entirely a curbside pick-up or delivery model. Even fine dining restaurants have pivoted to affordable family-style meals.

Chances are your favorite restaurant that you would normally visit has adopted this model. Also, chances are that you are doing more home-cooking than usual and you need a break. So, continue to support your favorite restaurants by ordering to-go meals from them. If you are looking for other restaurants to support, here’s a list.

Please note things change on a day-by-day basis for many of the restaurants, so show patience with them as they adapt. Picking up the food with contact-less curbside service ensures that restaurants don’t loose their slim margins paying a delivery service. (I’ve also included Venmo information for places that are collecting extra funds to support their furloughed staff).

WESTSIDE

Righteous Foods – 3405 W 7th St 76107

MENU | 10AM-2PM, 4PM-8PM daily seven days a week | (817) 850-9996 order through their app | Website | Fb updates | Alcohol menu available

I ordered the fajita meal for my family and we loved the fajitas with all the fixins’ – rice, beans and tortillas. I’m also happy to report their signaature Himalayan sea salt margaritas are as delicious as ever.

Paris 7th – 3324 W 7th St. Fort Worth, TX 76107

MENU | (817) 489-5300 | Tues – Sat 5:30PM – 8:15PM | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu

St. Emillion – 324 W. 7th Street 76107

MENU | 817-489-5300 | Tues – Sat 5:30PM – 8:15PM | Website | FB updates | Alcohol Menu | Pick up from Paris 7th 3324 W. 7th Street 76107

Austin City Taco – 517 University Drive Fort Worth 76107

MENU | (817) 945-1234 | Mon-Sat: 10:30AM – 8PM, Sun: 10:30AM – 5PM | Website | FB Updates | In addition to their regular menu they are offering family packs of whole chicken ($19.95), chicken tender pack ($19.95) | Margaritas to go | Alcohol menu

The Cook Shack – 500 University Dr. 76107

MENU | (817) 367-9151 | 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM | Website | FB Updates | Regular menu and Family Shack Shelter Pack

The Original Mexican Eats Cafe – 4713 Camp Bowie Blvd 76107

FB Updates and Menu | 11Am – 9PM Wed – Sun | Curbside pick up and free delivery | Margarita and Beer Menu

Winslow’s Wine Cafe – 4101 Camp Bowie Blvd 76107

FB Updates and Menu | 817.546.6843 | 4PM – 8PM | Website | Alcohol Menu available

Kincaid’s Hamburgers – 4901 Camp Bowie Blvd.

MENU | 817-732-2882 |Mon-Sat 11AM – 8PM, Sun 11AM – 3PM | Website | FB Updates

Tokyo Cafe – 5121 Pershing Ave Fort Worth76107

MENU | Mon – Thurs 11AM – 8:30PM, Fri 11AM – 9PM, Sat 12PM – 9PM | FB Updates | Website | Order from their regular menu. Family style meals available on the weekend

Boulevard of Greens – 2700 Horne Street 76107

MENU | (817) 782-9070 | 7AM – 8PM | Website | FB Updates | Call ahead for pick-up | Delivery: Favor, Grubhub, Caviar | Stay healthy by ordering their juices, smoothies or enjoying some of their pre-prepared 100% plant-based and organic meals.

Tommy’s Hamburger Grill – 5228 Camp Bowie Blvd 76107

MENU | 817-569-1111 | 11AM – 8PM | Curbside and Delivery through Favor | FB updates | Website | Alcohol menu available

Pearl Snap Kolaches – 4006 White Settlement Rd 76107

MENU | 817.233.8899 or sales@pskolaches.com | Regular Menu | Family Size Meals available (call or look at FB for daily updates) | Website | FB Updates

Campisi’s – 6150 Camp Bowie Boulevard

MENU | 972.789.1919 | 11AM – 9PM | Website | FB updates | Alcohol menu available | Place your delivery order via phone and request contactless delivery | Pick-up and curbside available

Wild Acre – 6473 Camp Bowie Blvd.

FB Updates and menu | 11AM – 7PM Tues – Sun | (817) 353-2074 | Sandwiches and beer to go | Website

Swiss Pastry Shop -3936 W Vickery Blvd

MENU | (817) 732-5661 | Regular Menu available, Fresh bread, pastries and Black Forest Cake | Website | FB Updates

Meat Board – 6314 Camp Bowie Blvd 76116

844-693-6328 or email orders@themeatboard.com to place your order for pickup or curbside. | High quality butchered meats: including beef, pork, chicken, veal, bison, and seafood. | Some lunch items available for pick-up (check their FB) | FB Updates| Website

Mama’s Pizza – 5800 Camp Bowie Blvd 76107

MENU | (817) 731-6262 | Hours 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM | FB updates

TANGLEWOOD

Local Foods Kitchen – 4548 Hartwood Dr 76109

FB Updates & Menu | (817) 238-3464 | Wed, Thurs, or Fri, from 4-6 PM to pick up a dinner for two for $30. First come, first serve – menu will change daily | Website

Pearl Snap Kolaches – 2743 South Hulen Street 76109

MENU | (817) 233-8899 or sales@pskolaches.com | Regular Menu | Family Size Meals available (call or look at FB for daily updates) | Website

Zoli’s Pizza – 3501 Hulen St. 76107

MENU | (817) 402-0050 | 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available

HG Suppply – 1621 River Run, Suite 176 76107

MENU | (682) 730-6070 | 11AM-9PM DAILY for food/cocktail orders, 4PM – 6PM for Family style meals for pick-up | Alcohol Menu Available |Cocktail Kits available | FB Updates

Enchiladas Ole – 2418 Forest Park Blvd 76110

MENU | (817) 984-1360 | 11AM – 8PM | Website | FB Updates

Mesero Restaurant – 4955 Gage Avenue 76109

DELIVERY MENU | (817) 402-0744 | 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Free Delivery | FB Updates | Website | QUARANTINE KITS! Free delivery, curbside 12 Margs $100 / 4 Margs plus 2 Extra Shots $50 | Fajitas for 4! $64!

Malai Kitchen – 5289 Monahans Ave 76109

CURBSIDE PICK-UP MENU DELIVERY MENU | 11AM – 9PM | (682)707-3959 clearfork@malaikitchen.com | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available

Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine – 4259 Bryant Irvin Rd 76109

FB Updates and MENU | (817) 738-5489 | Set menu, so no substitutions or custom order | Meals can be picked up every day 4:00pm – 7:00pm | No order necessary, just come by and we’ll deliver straight to your car | First come, first served | Accepting cash and credit cards |Any gratuities given will go to displaced staff members in need | Website | Alcohol available

RIVERSIDE

Mariachi’s Dine-In – 301 S. Sylvania Ave. 76111

MENU | (682) 760-9606 | Hours 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM | Takeout and Delivery through Uber Eats | FB Updates | Website | Venmo Tip Jar: MariachisDine-In

The Post at River East – 2925 Race Street 76111

MENU | (817) 945-8890 | 11AM – 10PM | Pick up or FREE delivery | FB Updates | $20 Family Meals and Cocktail Kits | Website

Tributary Cafe – 2813 Race St, Fort Worth, TX 76111

MENU | (817) 744-8255 | 11AM – 7PM | Individual & Family style meals available | Pre-Order boiled crawfish for Thurs – Sat | Website | FB Updates

RIVER DISTRICT

Heim BBQ on the River- 5333 White Settlement Road

MENU | 11am 8pm – Sun – Thur | (682) 707 – 5772 | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available

Salsa Limon – 5012 White Settlement Rd

Online order | MENU | Mon – Fri 7AM – PM, Sat 8AM – 10PM, Sun 8AM – 9PM | Website | FB Updates | 682.312.5744 or order through their app | Delivery through Door Dash, Favor, or Counter

If you need your El Capitan fix, don’t worry Salsa Limon is still there for you. In addition to their regular menu, Salsa Limon is offering familia style packs. The best way to order is to download their app or place your order online and then pick up curbside. Also check out their social media to see where their food truck will pop up.

Lettuce Cook – 5101 White Settlement Road

FB Updates and Menu | 817-989-COOK (2665) or text (Natalie) 817-821-1621 | 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM | Website

Gemelle – 4400 White Settlement Road

MENU | (817) 732-9535 | curbside to go – 5PM to 8PM | Four Heat & Eat Family style meals for $150 | FB Updates | Beer, wine, canned cocktails available | Website

Stay safe y’all. Stay home and wash your hands. We are in this together and please continue to support the small businesses that need you now more than ever. Look here for the Near Southside, South Main Village version. Downtown, Foundry District, Northside.

Fort Worth Restaurants offering to-go and meals for delivery : Near Southside, South Main Village

Foodie friends, we are in unprecedented times right now and we are all dealing with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Every aspect of our lives is currently impacted as we have all been advised to stay home to flatten the curve of this devastating virus.

Every industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, especially the restaurant industry. Part of what makes Fort Worth so special are the small and unique restaurants that we love to frequent and discover. Now more than ever is the time to support local businesses, especially restaurants.

Restaurants and other food and beverage establishments have quickly shifted their business model to an entirely a curbside pick-up or delivery model. Even fine dining restaurants have pivoted to affordable family-style meals.

Chances are your favorite restaurant that you would normally visit has adopted this model. Also, chances are that you are doing more home-cooking than usual and you need a break. So, continue to support your favorite restaurants by ordering to-go meals from them. If you are looking for other restaurants to support, here’s a list.

Please note things change on a day-by-day basis for many of the restaurants, so show patience with them as they adapt. Picking up the food with contact-less curbside service ensures that restaurants don’t loose their slim margins paying a delivery service. (I’ve also included Venmo information for places that are collecting extra funds to support their furloughed staff).

NEAR SOUTHSIDE

Derek Allan’s BBQ – 1116 8th Ave Fort Worth, Texas 76104

PRE-ORDER MENU | GRAB & GO MENU | Call in 817-238-3840 or Text your order to 972-896-6624 | Tues – Thurs 7AM – 3PM | FB Updates

Derek Allan’s BBQ is one of my favorite craft BBQ spots in Fort Worth. You can pre-order by the pound or just pick up from their grab & go menu. Their brisket sandwich is a favorite of mine. They are also selling meats from their meat locker.

Salsa Limon – 1465 W. Magnolia Fort Worth 76104

Online order | MENU | Mon – Fri 7AM – PM, Sat 8AM – 10PM, Sun 8AM – 9PM | Website | FB Updates | 682.250.4842 or order through their app | Delivery through Door Dash, Favor, or Counter

If you need your El Capitan fix, don’t worry Salsa Limon is still there for you. In addition to their regular menu, Salsa Limon is offering familia style packs. The best way to order is to download their app or place your order online and then pick up curbside. Also check out their social media to see where their food truck will pop up.

Ellerbe Fine Foods – 1501 W Magnolia Ave 76104

MENU | 817-926-3663 | Tuesday-Saturday 12pm-8pm. | In order to ensure you get your order, please call ahead and plan to pick-up (or schedule delivery); curbside and delivery are available | FB Updates and Menu | Alcohol Menu available | Farmer’s Market Co-op Boxes, $60 (Tues, Thurs, Sat) | Website

Melt Ice Creams – 1201 W Magnolia Ave Ste 115 76104

MENU | 1pm – 9pm | Place your order online for Curbside pick up | (817) 886-8365 | Delivery: Favor, Caviar and Grubhub | Pick up at meyer & sage | Dinner service: Ellerbe Fine Foods, Magdalena’s, Shinjuku Station, Hot Box Biscuit Club, Reata Restaurant, Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine (Fort Worth) Waters Restaurant – Sundance Square

In these uncertain times, I don’t know about y’all but Ice Cream is self care at this point. Load up on pints at the Magnolia scoop shop or put some in your to-go orders from Ellerbe and Magdalena’s. Pick some up at Meyer and Sage next time you stop there for a heat and eat family meal. If you’d like to spread some joy to the healthcare workers in Fort Worth you can order ice cream for medical emergency staff through Melt at Happiness for Heroes and they will deliver ice cream on your behalf.

Spiral Diner and Bakery – 1314 W Magnolia Ave 76104

MENU | ONLINE ORDERING | | (817) 332-8834 | Mon – Fri: 11AM – 9PM, Sat – Sun: 9AM – 9PM | Doordash and Curb-side pick up

Paco’s Mexican Cuisine – 1508 W Magnolia Ave 76104

MENU | (817) 759-9110 | 9AM – 8PM | Website | FB Updates |Alcohol Menu available

Paco’s is offering family-style meals for curbside pick-up | You can also pick up a “Care Package” to-go! It will be one 350ml of el Jimador Tequila, two Topo Chico USA, and margarita mix. All for only $25! They are also offering grocery packs for $20: 30 Eggs, 2 Cilantro, 6 Serranos, 8 tomatoes, 1 Avocado, 1 Onion, 1 Sugar (4lb), 1 Salt (26oz), 2 Limes

Nonna Tata – 1400 W Magnolia Ave Fort Worth 76104

(817) 332-0250 | Hours 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM | Check their FB for updates and menu

Avoca – 1311 W. Magnolia Ave.

MENU & ONLINE ORDER | OPEN DAILY 9am-3pm | (817) 924-1514 | FB updates | Online Store | Walk in / Curbside pickup

Stir Crazy Baked Goods – 1251 W. Magnolia Ave.

(817) 862-9058 | 8AM – 6PM | Website | FB updates | Order by 10am for delivery

Call to reserve your items and then pickup curbside at their 5th avenue entrance. Check their FB for daily menu updates.

Cat City Grill – 1208 W Magnolia Ave Fort Worth, 76104

(817) 916-5333 | Website | Mon – Fri 11AM – 2PM, 5PM – 8PM, Sat 10:30AM – 1:30PM | Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Dessert & Wine Menu + Family Style Menu |Curbside or Free Delivery (6 mile radius) | Alcohol Menu available and daily specials | Protein Packs available for $65 (includes 2lb Ground Beef, 2lb Thick Cut Bacon, 2lb Chicken Breasts, 2x 6oz Filets, 2x 8oz Pork Chops & 1dz Eggs) | FB Updates and Menu

Heim – 1109 West Magnolia Ave. Fort Worth 76104

MENU | 11am 8pm | (817) 882-6970 | Curbside to-go/Delivery: Favor | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available

Lili’s Bistro on Magnolia – 1310 W Magnolia Ave 76104

LUNCH MENU DINNER MENU | 817-877-0700 | Mon – Fri: Pickup from 11AM – 2PM for lunch (phone orders only) 3:30PM – 4:30PM for dinner (online orders only) orders must be placed before 2PM for same day service Website | FB updates | Alcohol Menu

Gus’s Fried Chicken – 1067 W Magnolia Ave 76104

MENU | Sun – Thurs: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm, Fri – Sat: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm | (817) 927-4693 | Website

Fort Brewery & Pizza – 1001 W Magnolia Ave 76104

(817) 923-8000 | Tues – Sun 11AM – 8PM | Website | Full menu and take and bake meals available (Solo & Family Size ) | FB Updates and Menu | Alcohol Menu available

Cane Rosso – 815 W Magnolia Ave Fort Worth 76104

(817) 922-9222 | Sun – Thurs 11AM 9PM, Fri-Sat 11AM – 10PM | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available| In person to-go, curbside pick-up, in-house delivery (if available), online delivery order through Uber Eats |Large family-size pastas ($40, feeds 4) Full pans of ready-to-reheat brisket lasagna ($60, feeds 4-6) | 50% ALL bottles of wine for take-home | Pomegranate Moscow Mule mix-at-home cocktail kits ($8) (+ additional cocktail options coming soon!) | $12 mix-and-match six packs of bottled/canned beers

Brewed – 801 W. Magnolia 76104

Online Order MENU | (817) 945-1545 or steve@brewedfw.com | Mon- Fri 11AM – 2PM, 4PM – 7PM, Sat – Sun 10AM – 3PM, 4PM – 7PM | FB Updates and Menu | Alcohol Menu available | Website | Weekly fresh market

Shinjuku Station – 711 W Magnolia Ave 76104

(817) 923-2695 | FB Updates and Menu, Regular Menu available| Mon 5PM – 8PM, Tues – Thurs 11AM – 8PM, Fri 11AM- 9PM, Sat 5PM – 9PM | Website | Alcohol Menu, Melt Ice creams available | Curb-Side pick up | Delivery: Door Dash, Uber Eats, Caviar, and Favor | Go Fund me to support feeding the medical community

Shaws Patio Bar & Grill – 1051 W Magnolia Ave 76104

Regular MENU Curbside MENU | (817) 926-2116 | Tues – Thurs 11:30AM – 7:30PM, Fri-Sat 11:30AM – 8:30PM | Delivery Available | Alcohol Menu Available Friday Happy Hour Specials

SOUTH MAIN VILLAGE

Four Sisters Taste of Vietnam – 1001 S. Main St. Ste 151

MENU | (682) 385-9353 | Tues – Sat 11AM – 9PM | Curbside pick-up | Delivery: Grubhub & Ubereats | FB updates and Menu | Pantry Menu available | Website | Alcohol Menu available

Game Theory – 804 South Main Street Fort Worth 76104

MENU | 4PM – 8PM | (817) 203-4217 | Rent a Game | Pre-Order available | Delivery Available | Pantry Items available | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available

Hot Box Biscuit Club – 313 S Main St. 76104

FB updates and Menu |(817) 887-9019 | Wed – Sun: 9am – 2pm | Regular Menu Items and Family Comfort Meals available for Pre-Order (on their website) | Website | Alcohol Menu available

Locust Cider – 710 S. Main St76104

MENU | Order to go, Pick up in Taproom | (817) 344-7035 | Hours 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM| FB Updates | Website

Funky Picnic Brewery & Cafe – 401 Bryan Ave 76104

(817) 708-2739 | 8AM – 8PM | Carry-out, Curbside pick-up, Delivery | Website | Menu | Beer Menu | Pantry Items available | FB Updates

Treat yourself to one of Funky Picnic’s amazing burgers along with a crowler to go. Check out their Facebook for news and virtual events like trivia.

Canon Chinese Kitchen – 304 W Cannon St 76104

MENU | (817) 238-3726 | 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM |Curbside, Delivery: Uber Eats, Favor, GrubHub, and Caviar | Website | Pantry Essentials available

Black Cat Pizza – 401 Bryan Ave. Ste. 109 76104

MENU | (817) 489-5150 | 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM | Website | Alcohol Menu available | FB Updates | 15% off whole pies on WEDNESDAY aka Walk It Out Wednesday! | Pizza Kits: The Classic Kit: includes 2 personal size dough balls, sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. $14, The “House Divided Kit”: includes 2 personal size dough balls, sauce, cheese, and toppings to make a TMNT and a red Fang pizza. $18

The Bearded Lady – 300 S Main St Fort Worth 76104

MENU | Regular Menu and Family Meals available (check FB for Family Meal options) | (817)349-9832 | Tues – Sat 11AM – 8PM | Website | FB Updates

Coco Shrimp – 318 Bryan Avenue 76104

MENU | (808) 371-1760 | Mon- Thurs 10:30AM – 9PM, Fri-Sat 10:30AM – 10PM | Curbside pick up, Delivery within 3 miles | Website | FB Updates

Roots Coffeehouse – 400 Bryan Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104

MENU | (817) 503-7344 | 8AM – 3PM | Website | Curbside pick-up | FB updates

Wishbone & Flynt – 334 Bryan Ave 76104

Curbside MENU | (817) 945-2433 | Tues – Sat 11AM – 8PM, Family Meal pick-up 4 pm to 7:30 pm | Curbside pick-up | Ordering early is strongly suggested | Website | FB updates | Alcohol Menu available

Southside Cellar – 125 South Main 76104

Craft Beer and wine to go, order at (682) 703-2184 | 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM | Website | FB updates

Leaves Tea & Books – 120 St Louis Ave 76104

Online Shop and Menu | 682-233-4832 | 8AM – 5PM | Audiobooks | Website | FB updates

If you have extra time right now, pick up a book from Leaves Book and Tea shop. Check out their online menu and pick up your book curbside. While you are at it grab a liter of tea or loose-leaf tea to unwind with at home. Check out their daily story time on FB.

Dusty Biscuit – 105 South Main Fort Worth, Texas

(817) 841-9255 (call or text orders) | 8:30AM – 10:30AM |Regular Beignet menu available and Family Style Meals | FB Updates | Website

The Table – 120 St Louis Ave 103B 76104

Online shop | (682) 703-1092 | Sun & Mon : 11 am – 2 pm, Tues – Fri : 11 am – 7 pm, Sat : 8 am – 4 pm | limited grocery items, prepared foods, fresh bread | Curbside pick up | Website | FB updates

Rahr Brewery – 701 Galveston Ave76104

FB Updates | (817) 810-9266 | Fri & Sat 12PM-7:00PM | $5.00 6-packs, $20.00 a Case. $10 wristbands for future Thursday and Friday Taproom hours good for 3 beers. $5 from each wristband sale goes directly to their furloughed co-workers | Website

Crude Craft Coffee Bar – 804 S Main St 76104

MENU | (682) 224-5541 | 7AM – 12PM Tues – Sun | This week, beginning today, they will be offering their 6 inch mini strawberry cake for purchase. call/email to reserve or pre-orders

Brix BBQ – 218 Bryan Ave Fort Worth, Texas 76104

Pre-order at brixbarbecue@gmail.com or direct message on social media | Website | FB Updates and Menu | pre-pay for contactless pickup | Saturday pickup

Stay safe y’all. Stay home and wash your hands. We are in this together and please continue to support the small businesses that need you now more than ever. Look for the Downtown, Foundry District and Northside version. Westside and River District versions coming soon.

Where to eat in Fort Worth : Restaurants offering to-go and meals for delivery : Downtown, Foundry District, Northside

Foodie friends, we are in unprecedented times right now and we are all dealing with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Every aspect of our lives is currently impacted as we have all been advised to stay home to flatten the curve of this devastating virus.

Every industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, especially the restaurant industry. Part of what makes Fort Worth so special are the small and unique restaurants that we love to frequent and discover. Now more than ever is the time to support local businesses, especially restaurants.

Restaurants and other food and beverage establishments have quickly shifted their business model to an entirely a curbside pick-up or delivery model. Even fine dining restaurants have pivoted to affordable family-style meals.

Chances are your favorite restaurant that you would normally visit has adopted this model. Also, chances are that you are doing more home-cooking than usual and you need a break. So, continue to support your favorite restaurants by ordering to-go meals from them. If you are looking for other restaurants to support, here’s a list.

Please note things change on a day-by-day basis for many of the restaurants, so show patience with them as they adapt. Picking up the food with contact-less curbside service ensures that restaurants don’t loose their slim margins paying a delivery service. (I’ve also included Venmo information for places that are collecting extra funds to support their furloughed staff).

DOWNTOWN


Cowtown Brewing Company – 1301 E Belknap St 76102

MENU | 11AM – 10PM | Website | 817-489-5800 | FB Updates

Cowtown Brewing will continue to offer it’s full menu and tasty beers. In addition, you can also order a Survival Kit for 4. This includes 2 proteins, 2 sides, bread, BBQ sauce, & 1 dozen eggs, 1 gallon of milk & 2 rolls of TOILET PAPER. Try their latest release La Cabra Dorada, available in a 4-pack.

Grace – 777 Main Street Fort Worth, TX 76102

MENU | Tues – Sat 4PM-8PM | Website | 817.782.9004 | FB Updates | Alcohol menu available

Grace is one of the fine-dining restaurants that have adjusted their menu for curbside pick-up. Their “Have Grace at Home” menu changes weekly but you can still count on favorites like Chorizo Stuffed Dates to be on the menu. They also have wine to-go.

203 Cafe – 215 Commerce St. Fort Worth, TX 76182

Mon – Fri 8AM – 2PM | Website | 817.782.9004/ Giho@203cafe.com | FB Updates

They are also offering grocery essentials: a dozen eggs, a gallon of 2% milk and a loaf of wheat bread for $12.95. Contact them for more information.

Little Red Wasp – 808 Main Street Fort Worth, TX 76102

MENU | Tues – Thurs 11am – 5pm, Fri& Sat 11am – 8pm | Website | 817.877.3111 | DELIVERY: DoorDash, Favor, Caviar, UberEats | FB Updates | Alcohol menu available

Buon Giorno Coffee – 500 W 7th St Suite 140 Fort Worth, TX

MENU | 6AM – 6PM |(817) 378-4505| Venmo Support: @BGCoffee-Employees | FB updates

Funkytown Donuts – 132 E. 4th Street 76102

MENU | 7AM – 3PM Wed – Sun | Website | 817-862-9750 or email orders@funkytowndonuts.com | FB Updates | | Delivery: $25 minimum Complimentary within 10 miles of the shop.| Alcohol menu available

Bird Cafe – 155 E 4th St Fort Worth 76102

MENU | 817.332.2473⠀ | Mon – Thurs 2PM – 8PM, Fri – Sun 11AM – 8PM | Free Delivery with DoorDash. Ubereats delivery available/ curbside pickup available | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol Menu available

Reata Restaurant – 310 Houston St. 76102

MENU | 11AM – 7PM | Website | 817-336-1009 or email curbside@reata.net | FB Updates | Alcohol menu available | Reata is also offering a build your own cocktail kit with Hornitos, limes, sour mix and topo chico.

Istanbul Grill and Bar – 401 Throckmorton St 76102

MENU | 12 – 8PM | Website | (817) 879-7801 | FB updates | Alchohol menu available

Waters – 301 Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

MENU | 4PM – 7PM | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol menu available | Venmo Suppport: BRGEmployeeFund

Buffalo Bros – 415 Throckmorton 76102

Order Online | (817) 887-9533 | 11AM – 10PM | FB Updates | Website

Del Frisco’s – 812 Main Street 76102

MENU | 11AM – 8PM | FB Updates | Website

THE FOUNDRY DISTRICT


Meyer and Sage – 2621 Whitmore St, 76107

MENU & online ordering | Mon – Fri 8AM – 6PM, Sat 10AM – 4PM | (817) 386-5009 | Website | FB Updates

Meyer and Sage continues to do what they always do, which is to provide beautiful chef-driven dishes and meals using sustainably sourced food. Visit their Instagram stories for daily updates on what’s available. You can continue to get their grab-and-go options or pick up their ready to heat meals in single, couples or family sized portions. In addition, their freezer is stocked with pints of Melt Ice Creams. You can also pick up grain and gluten-free tortillas from Siete Foods as well as Niman Ranch PRIME beef tenderloin filets, juicy pork chops, and 2 lb. packs of ground beef from family-owned Lone Star Meats. Or boost your immunity with some local Elderberry Syrup from Cassie Green Health. Place your order online, then call them when you arrive for “contactless” pickup.

38 & Vine – 212 Carroll St., Ste. 130 Fort Worth, TX 76107

MENU | 11AM – 4PM (Deliveries after 4PM – 6 bottle minimum) |(682) 703-1887 | Website | FB Updates

Angelo’s BBQ – 2533 White Settlement Rd, 76107

Mon- Sat 11AM – 7PM |(817) 332-0357 | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol menu available

M&O Station Grill – 200 Carroll Street, 76107

Mon – Sat 11AM – 4PM |(682) 703-1887 | Website | FB Updates

Craftwork Coffee- 2700 Weisenberger St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

While Craftwork is temporarily closed you can purchase coffee from their online store. Or you can send someone a Coffee Care Package which would go great with a Zoom invitation for a virtual coffee date. You can also purchase a Gift Card – 100% of the proceeds until March 31 will go to support their baristas. Keep up with their latest news on their Facebook Page.

Blackland Distillery – 2616 Weisenberger Street

Blackland Distillery has stepped up in a big way. They have stopped producing alcohol and have shifted to provide much-needed hand sanitizer for the community. They have donated sanitizer to those in the medical community but they are selling a portion to the public. Sales to the public help defray the costs of providing to hospitals. Sanitizer can be bought in the tasting room from 11AM – 1PM Monday through Friday for $7 (8oz.), limit 2 per person per day. If you buy one of their spirits (and you should) you get a free bottle of hand sanitizer. Get the latest from their Facebook Page.

Dayne’s Craft BBQ – 2735 W 5th Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Dayne’s is still offering his acclaimed BBQ through pre-orders only (Thursday cut-off for orders). Curbside Pick-ups happen from 12-2PM on Saturday. Follow their Facebook page and website for updates and menu options.

For my full guide to the Foundry District, click here.

NORTHSIDE

La Playa Maya – 1540 N Main St Fort Worth, Texas 76106

MENU | Sun-Thur 11:00 – 8:00 pm, Fri – Sat 11:00 – 9:00 pm | Website | FB Updates | Alcohol menu available

La Playa has their full menu available along with family-style meal packages that serve 6. The Classsic Pack for $32 (includes 6 crispy tacos, 6 enchiladas. beans, rice, queso, chips and hot sauce) and their Fajita Pack for $45 (2 lbs. beef/chicken fajita, guacamole, sour cream, beans, rice, tortillas, queso, chips and hot sauce). They also have margaritas available in their pick-up menu.

Magdalena’s Catering – 502 Grand Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76164

MENU | Tues – Fri 12PM – 7PM, Sat 10AM – 2PM | 817-740-8085 or 817-296-8215 or you can email paige@magdalenastx.com | Website | FB updates | Last pick up and delivery at 6:30 pm during the week|Orders must have 2-hour notice for deliveries and 1-hour notice for pick-up
$35 Minimum For Delivery Outside of Fort Worth

Joe T. Garcia’s – 2201 N Commerce St Fort Worth, Texas 76164

Mon – Thur 11am – 7:00pm | Call 817-626-4356 or 817-626-8571 | Website | FB updates

Stay safe y’all. Stay home and wash your hands. We are in this together and please continue to support the small businesses that need you now more than ever. Look here for the Near Southside, South Main Village version. Westside and River District version.

Find the Funk in the Foundry : Foundry District Guide

Driving by the Foundry District, that area in between Montgomery Plaza and White Settlement it can be hard to tell that there’s a lot going on there. However, it does not get more local or funky than the Foundry District with several businesses unique to Fort Worth. This eclectic area exemplifies much of the Fort Worth spirit, old and new.

The Foundry District

This guide gives you an insider’s look into what makes the Foundry District and the areas that surround it so compelling and how you could actually spend a day exploring this eclectic enclave of Fort Worth. This series of everyday exploring focuses on mini-itineraries that help you discover the true Fort Worth focusing on our many home-grown businesses and eateries. The walk-ability of the area adds to the appeal of the Foundry District. 

BREAKFAST

Get your day started in true Funky Town fashion with a hearty diner breakfast or with breakfast tacos.

DAY BREAK CAFE

In between auto repair shops in this light industrial area you’ll spot Day Break Cafe. Don’t let the no-nonsense appearance deceive you, there’s some good eats inside that locals love. Day Break Cafe is beloved for cheap and delicious eats and their Tex-Mex breakfast options. Choose from classics like pancakes, go hearty with chicken fried steak or stick to their popular traditional breakfast tacos and burritos. 

Day Break Cafe

Craftwork Coffee

Coffee afficianados will want to fuel up for the day at Craftwork Coffee. While enjoying the perfect pour-over try their breakfast tacos, supplied by Fort Worth favorite Tacoheads, or a pastry. This light-filled space provides a soothing starting point to your day. 

Craftwork at the Foundry

MURALS

Next head on over to Inspiration Alley to take a glimpse into the creative heart of the city. Colorful murals transform what was once an industrial park into an art-forward area that is now the largest outdoor gallery in Texas. These murals reflect the unique viewpoint of some of Fort Worth’s and the regions most prominent artists in a space accessible to all. 

Sprinkled throughout the district you may spot phrases or “mantras”, these are part of the 28 mantras series by artist Brennen Bechtol. You may see inspiring sayings like “I am enough” or “I will smile and impact someone’s day positively” throughout the whole district. Carry these good vibes with you as you go about your day. (Note: to access Inspiration Alley enter through the wood gate in the open area in front of the large mural)

28 Mantras


UNIQUE SHOPPING

Shopping options don’t get any more eclectic than the Foundry District. Unexpected discoveries include army surplus, records, alternative remedies, vintage clothes and highly curated finds from around the globe. Engage in some retail therapy as part of your exploration of the Foundry.

Omaha’s Surplus

After exploring Inspiration Alley, continue walking east for a few minutes and you’ll see Omaha’s Surplus.

It’s one of the most unexpected finds in the area but trust me it’s worth a visit. This army navy store has original issue war supplies from WWII, Vietnam, Desert Storm and Afghanistan. Even if you aren’t in the market for a vintage Civil Defense Radio or a Serbian gas mask, it’s absolutely fascinating to walk down the aisles of the store.

Flight suits and jumpsuits a plenty at Omaha’s

If you have kids in tow, they will love having their own custom dog tags printed up. Other fun things to look for are medic and paratrooper bags and tee shirts. I’ve been coming here for many years and my kids love checking things out here!

Doc’s Records and Vintage

Doc’s has a massive collection of vinyl. They’ve outgrown different locations but have settled in to the Foundry District. This large space is perfect for the combination of aisles upon aisles of vinyl. On one half of the store you’ll find vintage clothing and quirky collectibles as well. 

Flip through their organized selection of records to discover just the right record to add to your personal collection or to gift. If records aren’t your thing, don’t pass up the chance to shop their vintage vendors. If you want to walk away with some Fort Worth style, hunt for some pearl snap vintage western shirts, denim jackets, old concert tees or even a pair of broken-in cowboy boots. 

Vintage Pearl Snaps at Doc’s
Vintage Vendor at Doc’s

Gifted

As soon as you walk into Gifted you know you are in for a unique experience.

This relaxing and almost spa-like space showcases a wonderful assortment of highly curated items to gift to others or to yourself.

This lifestyle and gift shop has everything from the perfect set of earrings to stylish journals and even a nice selection of kids items. Everywhere you look there is a new discovery of covetable treasures and just that perfect gift that you’ve been looking for. As a bonus, if you’re buying an item to gift they will wrap it exquisitely for free. 

Fort Worth shopping tote from Gifted

The Lathery

Have you ever considered your daily ritual of getting ready for the day? Whatever the answer check out The Lathery and you’ll discover unique and luxe grooming products that elevate your morning routine.

Lathery owner, Jonathan Morris

Look for curated grooming products for men and women in this stylish spot that will inspire you to care for yourself in the way you deserve. Owner, Jonathan Morris who also founded the Fort Worth Barber Shop fills the need for thoughtfully selected products that aren’t available anywhere else in Fort Worth. They even have in-house barber but it’s recommended you book in advance. (PS. If you want a bead on the vibe there, just check out their Spotify playlists.) 

Thrive Apothecary

Feeling stressed? Check out Fort Worth’s only doctor-owned CBD business, Thrive Apothecary. They carry high quality CBD oils and their well-trained staff can guide you through selecting your best options. They have even have products for pet health. 

LUNCH

If you’ve worked up an appetite and it’s around lunchtime get ready to make some difficult dining decisions. If you want a true taste of Fort Worth, barbecue has to be on the menu. On Saturday’s, you’ll have to make a choice between traditional style barbecue that has put Fort Worth on the map and the new-wave of craft barbecue that is exploding in the city. 

Dayne’s Craft Barbecue

In this corner of Fort Worth every Saturday at noon you’ll find Dayne’s Craft Barbecue set up at local live music venue and bar, Lola’s Trailer Park.

Lola’s Trailer Park

This Barbecue upstart makes up just one of the many local up and coming craft pitmasters. Owner Dayne Weaver began in true Fort Worth fashion as a pop-up operation, initially out of his house and then other locations around town. He’s found a permanent weekend venue at Lola’s much to the relief of his many fans. Join local barbecue aficionados as they ‘cue up for ‘cue and be there early because there will be a line.  

Dayne’s Craft Barbecue at Lola’s Trailer Park

Craft barbecue has several hallmarks which pit master Dayne Weaver is a practitioner of. Craft barbecue starts off with a premium quality meats like prime-grade brisket and Dayne’s uses prime black angus brisket and other high quality meats. Craft pitmasters also choose their seasonings carefully focusing on creating or using high-quality seasonings with no preservatives. The meat then gets the royal, high-touch treatment while being cooked over pecan and post-oak in an offset smoker. The pitmaster masterfully watches over the meats and knows by touch just when everything is done.

This is a small batch, time consuming process that is a labor of love for most modern purveyors of craft cue which is why it will generally cost more than traditional barbecue and why they quickly sell out. The proof is on your platter of barbecue which must include the brisket and ribs and don’t forget the sides which include frito pie beans. Also, if they have a special like tacos or bacon burnt ends, it’s always a good idea to get it!

PS. If you happen to be in The Foundry area on the Second Sunday of every month there’s a Farmers Market and live music at Lola’s Trailer Park.

Angelo’s barbecue

Angelo’s barbecue is as iconic as it gets in Fort Worth. This spot has been a Fort Worth favorite since the George family opened in 1958. Expect tender brisket and nearly legendary ribs. The George family still runs the restaurant and they continue to use the same tried and true recipes and techniques that have built their loyal following since opening. They smoke everything slowly over hickory wood using their proprietary seasonings. 

This restaurant maintains its throwback interior, unironically, with a large stuffed bear greeting you at the entrance and a multitude of animal heads adorning the walls.

The bear at Angelo’s

In the same breath that most people talk about their barbecue there is always mention of their ice-cold beer, so enjoy your meal accordingly with a refreshing beverage. Once you decide on your smoked meats, you order cafeteria style at the entrance where you pay before seating yourself. 

Meyer & Sage

If you are looking for something healthier, check out Meyer & Sage for chef-inspired and delicious selections. This spacious grab and go market and culinary studio is full of charm and grace and has been described as “Neiman Marcus meets Anthropologie”.

Locals love their chef prepared meal delivery service full of creative and healthy options. Owner and Chef Callie Salls creates show-stopping charcuterie and grazing boards as part of their boutique catering services.

Owner and Chef Callie Salls and co-owner Allan Crawford
Meyer & Sage Grazing Board

Look beyond the stylish digs and grab a bite from their cold selections for seasonal hummus or protein snack boxes, sandwiches and mini cheese boards. All items are expertly made by chefs using organic, high quality ingredients. This welcoming spot is the perfect place to stay and chill and don’t forget to check out their retail gift section that features local vendors. If you are ending your day here, grab a chef prepared pre-made meal or a mini charcuterie board and snacks to enjoy later. 

Grab and Go section at Meyer and Sage

M&O Station Grill

You’ll find a diner vibe and award-winning burgers at M&O Station Grill along with a bit of Fort Worth history. M&O refers to a subway train that used to transport shoppers to Leonard’s Department Store in Downtown Fort Worth in the early 1960’s. 

Adjacent to the restaurant is a small museum dedicated to the history of Leonard’s Department Store. Leonard’s has a significant place in Fort Worth history because it opened in 1918 as one small storefront and expanded over the years to encompass several city blocks and flourished until the late 60’s when it was sold.

The restaurant is a destination on its own thanks to the hard work, dedication and talent of Chef Danny Baldilla and his family who opened the restaurant over 10 years ago in 2008.  The added bonus of a bit of Fort Worth history makes this place a special spot in town.

ENTERTAINMENT

The Grand Berry Theater

After lunch you’ll want to head over to Fort Worth’s only art house movie theater, The Grand Berry Theater. This newly founded single screen art-house cinema focuses on indie and local films. The intimate viewing space for the films is a mix of leather chairs and loveseats for a total of just 50 seats. Check their website for their movie schedule.

Perfect Touch Day Spa

If you are looking to treat yourself get over to the award winning Perfect Touch Massage and enjoy a manicure or pedicure. If you are feeling really indulgent, book yourself a reflexology session or a massage. 

Blackland Distillery

The day does not have to end though! You can continue your Foundry discoveries by visiting Blackland Distillery for a pre or post dinner cocktail. Their tasting room is a sumptuous space that features lots of luxe touches, with a large bar in the middle of the space where you can watch your drinks being carefully crafted by an elite crew of mixologists.

The Grapefruit Punch and Hibiscus Fizz are just a few of the drink options they offer that feature the Blackland Spirits which are produced on-site in their technology forward facility.

Grains for the spirits are sourced from Fort Worth based Tex Malt which partners with local Texas farms. They offer small bites from nearby Meyer and Sage that include a grazing board, spiced nuts, seasonal hummus or marinated olives.

DINING OPTIONS

Your dinner options range from casual to fine dining. Casual options include tacos, hot chicken and seafood. Fine dining in the Foundry focuses on from-scratch food in a rustically refined setting. 

Austin City Tacos

Don’t let the name Austin fool you, local celebrity chef Juan Rodriguez created the menu at Austin City Tacos with plenty of Fort Worth flair. Take a stroll from the Foundry District to the growing University corridor for your taco fix. Chef Rodriguez’s signature bi-colored hand-made tortillas wrap around generously stuffed tacos with fillings that range from brisket to vegetarian.

This instagrammable spot exudes funky vibes with multiple murals and backdrops on the exterior. Order the Bohemian taco which showcases the 12 hour smoked brisket (you’ll smell that familiar smoky aroma when you walk in) and the cheat day queso with a mix of fries and nacho chips, yes fries, trust me! If you are looking for something on the lighter side, the Baja Shrimp taco is not to be missed. Frozen margaritas are $5 all day if you want to indulge in the official “unofficial” cocktail of Fort Worth. Leave room for their soft-serve ice cream as a dessert. For my full review, click here.

Cook Shack

There’s a hot chicken craze happening and it did not miss Fort Worth. At the recently opened Cook Shack you’ll find another Fort Worth home-grown concept. This location is also a short walk from the Foundry in the University restaurant corridor. Get your spice fix with their spicy fried chicken and ribs. Local chefs crafted the menu and use high quality chicken for their generously sized tenders that are fried to perfection with a crispy skin. You choose your spice level, but be careful because hot means hot here. Their sides include sweet potato fries and mac and cheese. Don’t overlook their salads, the kale salad is one of the best in town. 

J & J’s Oyster Bar

Locals love J&J’s Oyster Bar and that’s why it’s been around for over 40 years. It’s a true Fort Worth institution. 25 years ago they moved from their Cultural District location to an old Taco Bell building which they renovated. It’s worth the walk from the Foundry District to University. Look to J&J’s for seafood po-boys, gumbo, fish tacos, fried seafood and raw oysters (of course) in a super casual almost kitschy throwback environment. You will want to try their chili on cold days, it’s considered one of the best. Check them out during their happy hour for specials on beer, wine and oysters.  

Clay Pigeon

Clay Pigeon is the fine dining star of the Foundry District. Foodies who want to experience exquisite service and exceptional food will want to make a reservation at Clay Pigeon. Accomplished chef, Marcus Paslay, graduated from the Culinary Institute of American and then honed his craft at some of the finest restaurants in the country. He returned to his hometown of Fort Worth and opened Clay Pigeon in 2013. The concept is simple, this is a from-scratch kitchen with an evolving and changing menu that uses seasonal, local and organic ingredients. The bar program receives just as much attention as the food with expertly prepared creative cocktails. Just like Fort Worth, Clay Pigeon has a rustic yet refined aesthetic that have made it a standout in the fine dining scene since it opened. 

This exciting district continues to attract innovative and dynamic business. Look for these new establishments opening soon in The Foundry: 38 & Vine (wine bar and tasting room), Tulane’s (cocktail bar) and Maple Branch Craft Brewery.

So grab some walking shoes and gear up for a day of discovery in the Foundry district and the surrounding areas. It exemplifies so much of Fort Worth from wildly creative art to entrepreneurial pioneers in culture, food, beverage and retail. All this innovation mingles well with all the places that still make Fort Worth, well Fort Worth.

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