8004 Winbrook Drive
Benbrook, TX 76126
Phone: (817) 249-8008
Fax: (817) 249-8007
8004 Winbrook Drive, Benbrook, TX, US, 76126
- Phone: (817) 249-8008
- Fax: (817) 249-8007
Bars & Cafes
Woody's Tavern is well-known throughout Fort Worth for it's fun times. They have offers on beer throughout the week, with happy hours everyday till 7p. You'll find important games being screened even during live acts, which shows that the guys at Woody's are just as devoted to sports as they are to music. They have showcased some great entertainers over the years with names like Sunny Sweeney, Jason Eady and Travis Linville playing here. Check the website for upcoming shows and details.
Originally set up in Vancouver, this restaurant belongs to a huge chain which has more than 90 locations across America. The dining atmosphere is casual and energetic at the same time. The large fire place in the dining area adds old world charm to this distinct steakhouse. The menu includes starters, soups, cold and fresh salads, traditional steaks grilled to perfection, sirloins, prime ribs which are aged for extra tenderness, seafood, chicken dishes and fajitas. The bar menu includes delicious starters as well. This upscale steakhouse with great food and efficient service makes your dining a memorable one.
Often hailed as the best blues bar in Fort Worth, Keys Lounge comes alive with the best music every Friday through Sunday. The concrete floor is almost stark against the backdrop of dark wood paneled walls adorned with neon signs. There is an ample game room for those who want to play darts and shoot pool. A limited menu of bar fare: sandwiches, finger foods, chips and nuts, is available to stave off hunger pains. Talented artists who have played concerts here include Robin Syler, Groove Daddy's, John Cooley and Crying Out Loud.
No, you don't have to do the Moon Walk in order to qualify to enter this pub. But when you step out of the pub you will feel like you are walking on the moon! All you need to come here is a thirst for good, live music and beer. This bar is reasonably priced, the food is great and the ambience bar-like. It will keep you coming back for more.
One visit to Aardvark and you'll know you don't have to drive to Dallas for good, live contemporary music. Located near Texas Christian University, Aardvark is popular with young crowds and features some of the best local bands around. Bands like Tripping Daisy and Buck Jones have performed here, as well as other well-known local and regional favorites. Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Reel Big Fish even performed here before they made it big.
Chef-proprietor Michael Thomson has offered fine dining at this Forth Worth legend for many years. Michaels Restaurant offers only the best in contemporary ranch-style cuisine, while the less formal Ancho Chile Bar offers food as well as drinks. The casual ambience in each is equally suited to business travelers and families. Signature dishes include the venison quesadillas, the pecan chicken stuffed with goat cheese and the pistachio salmon fillet. Rich desserts such as key lime pie and flan with roasted pecan sauce make for excellent choices. A sunday brunch is offered every weekend, with features items such as eggs benedict and specialty omelets. The full wine list is reasonably priced.
Located at the Kimbell Art Museum, this cafeteria-style restaurant offers light lunch fare, sandwiches, soups, salads, and desserts; it is a good place to grab a bite in between exploring the art treasures that are but steps away.
Magnolia Motor Lounge is a live music bar and restaurant that offers a casual atmosphere for the after-work crowd. The attentive yet unobtrusive staff ensures that you are comfortable and have a good time while you are here. Serving traditional American dishes and snacks, it is popular for its burger varieties. Magnolia Motor Lounge also has an excellent beer selection that perfectly complements the fun mood. Last, but certainly not least, is the live entertainment. Local artists and bands play here almost every day to a full house.
Housed in a rejuvenated area in downtown Fort Worth's medical district, the Mexican Inn has been around for decades. Its reputation for getting people in and out quickly is a plus with the area business lunch crowd. The food is a combination of old standards done right. Selections include beef and cheese enchiladas, Chile rellenos and beef, and chicken strip salad in a homemade tortilla shell bowl.
Times Ten Cellars has wines from both California and Texas regions. Wines are also created from the Cellars' equipment which was shipped from Italy and France. Visitors get to enjoy the different types of wine in a tasting room and wine bar. Guests can reserve space for a private party, wedding reception or for a private wine tasting event.
Serving up fresh Tex-Mex cuisine, Benito's is a Fort Worth favorite. This casual establishment is perfect for a weekend brunch where they serve up delicious mango daiquiris and margaritas by the pitcher. The gooey melted cheese that accompanies the classic chili con carne dish is distinctly white and that the processed yellow Velvita cheese! Visit with a group of friends after the bars close or pop in for a quick lunch, whenever you visit, Benito's will surely satisfy your Tex-Mex cravings.
Fort Worth, like all cities, has a good share of homey cafes. What sets the Jubilee Café apart is its location, as it sits squarely where the downtown and museum districts meet. The interior is truly country like. The food represents the best in home cooking. Take your pick from down-home favorites such as crunchy chicken-fried steak and gravy or fried catfish. Other delicious entrees include chicken spaghetti, fried catfish nuggets and pepper steak. The pies may remind you of your grandmother's cooking, complete with tall peaks of meringue.