It’s yummy y’all!
SELF-GUIDEd taco + margarita tour
It’s a tour in a tote! This self-guided tour takes you to the taco + margarita hot spots in Fort Worth. As a bonus, you’ll also find detour suggestions of Fort Worth landmarks and notable spots to visit so you can really get to know the city!
- Eat This Fort Worth Tote Bag
- Taco & Margarita Tour Itinerary (printed itinerary + PDF)
- Itinerary suggestions make it easy to choose your own “Taco Eating” Adventure!
- Detour suggestions for nearby notable Fort Worth landmarks + parks
- Map of all locations
- Tour selections are made with social distancing in mind
- Locally made food products that include: taco sauce, sour chile Margarita salt, a bag of sweet/sour chili lollipops Not included: purchase of tacos + margaritas (varies at each location, tacos cost between $2-6, Margaritas cost $5-9)
Feed your curiosity by learning about the owners and chefs and cuisine of each place we visit from a local food writer. Delight in connecting with other foodies, travelers and locals. Indulge in delicious food and a carefree afternoon where everything is taken care of!
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“I felt like I learned more about our great city today!”
“Eat This fort worth is the real deal”
“Eat This Fort Worth is the real deal. On the June tour she introduced me to a new 5 star taco and we hit up some of the other five star taco sports on the top of my list. If I didn’t already have plans… I’d consider signing up again!”
-Dave M. (from “All the Tacos” blog)
“all we had to do was show up ready to smash on lots of delicious tacos and Margaritas ”
Melissa (The Noted Experiment)
It's yummy y'all!
We have a funky vibe in the Fort and on our tours in addition to learning about the food and the people behind the food we’ll give plenty of cultural background as we drive by the latest mural or hotspot. We love the rich history of Fort Worth and we also love to tell the tall tales of Hell’s Half Acre.
Fort Worth’s home grown eateries set it apart from other destinations. As a visitor or local there’s no way to know about all the Fort Worth places that make it unique unless you’ve done lots of research or lived here for years. An Eat This Fort Worth Food Tour gives you an insider’s look to the city through it’s food.
As a Fort Worth native and food blogger I’ve been discovering and documenting the best eats in Fort Worth for over 10 years. Many of the places we visit won’t ever make it onto the pages of national publications or guide books. Discover the authentic Fort Worth on an Eat This Fort Worth Food Tour!
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