Lonesome Dove Western Bistro

For an authentic taste of the Old West, Lonesome Dove Western Bistro is a must-visit. Housed in a historic building from the 1800s, this place oozes rustic charm. But don’t let the cozy vibe fool you – the menu is pure sophistication. You’ll find delectable wild game dishes like succulent elk tenderloin and coffee-crusted buffalo ribeye that’ll transport your palate to the open prairie. Make sure to start with the signature fried oyster appetizer before diving into hearty entrées brimming with Southwestern flair. With its extensive wine list and warm hospitality, Lonesome Dove delivers a world-class dining experience steeped in Fort Worth history.

Address: 840 Currie St, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Phone: (817) 740-8810

Woodshed Smokehouse

Calling all BBQ aficionados! Woodshed Smokehouse is the spot to indulge in finger-licking, smoky deliciousness. This no-fuss, hipster-approved joint smokes all its meats over wood for up to 16 blissful hours to achieve melt-in-your-mouth perfection. From the fatty brisket burnt ends and pork belly burnt end nuggets to the butter-tender smoked turkey and prime rib, every protein is treated like royalty. Complete your carnivorous feast with classic sides like cream corn battered fritters and Mexican corn off the cob. You’ll be doing the happy food dance before you can say “pass the BBQ sauce!”

Address: 3201 Riverfront Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Phone: (817) 877-4545


If you crave modern Italian cuisine with a delightful twist, Lucia should be at the top of your list. Tucked away in the trendy West 7th area, this romantic bistro delivers a sumptuous taste of la dolce vita. Start with the creamy burrata served with marinated beets, pistachios and pears for a gorgeous blend of flavors. Then move on to the standout tortellini carbonara or rigatoni with chicken liver sugo – both house-made pasta perfection. The real showstopper, though, is the 22oz bone-in ribeye that’s grilled to perfection over 1000 degree oak. Complement your meal with a bottle from Lucia’s impeccably curated wine list and prepare to be transported straight to Italy.

Address: 828 W Davis St, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: (817) 697-4005

Goldee’s Barbeque

This gem is what BBQ dreams are made of, y’all! Goldee’s Barbeque beckons with intoxicating smoke aromas that’ll have you salivating before you even step inside. Using all wood-fired smokers, pitmaster Rick Gorsich works his magic on premium Angus beef, Duroc pork, and all-natural chicken and turkey. You’d be hard-pressed to find more stellar ‘cue, whether you opt for the famously juicy brisket, pork ribs glazed in housemade espresso barbecue sauce, or insanely crispy chicken wings. Comfort food doesn’t get any better than the classics like mac & cheese, baked potato salad, and banana pudding for dessert.

Address: 4645 Dick Price Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76109

Phone: (817) 624-8329

Thurber Mingus

If a rustic-chic ambiance whets your appetite, you’re gonna fall hard for Thurber Mingus. Housed in the historic Thurber Coal Miners building erected in 1918, this industrial-stylish eatery pays homage to Fort Worth’s gritty roots while delivering a menu of creatively elevated Southern fare. From the smoked bacon & Ashe County steak salad to the brick chicken with sweet potato ribbons, each scrumptious dish is made with locally-sourced ingredients and a whole lotta heart. Definitely save room for their famous honey-butter biscuits and jam selection! With its trendy craft cocktails and laidback vibe, Thurber is the perfect backdrop for a relaxed night out.

Address: 1516 8th Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: (817) 945-8610

Shinjiro Station

Who’s in the mood for sushi and sake? At Shinjiro Station you’ll find the freshest, most inventive Japanese cuisine in Fort Worth, hands down. This funky bohemian-inspired spot attracts diners with its edgy ambiance, but it’s the incredible sushi that keeps ’em coming back for more. The specialty maki like the Bacon Man Roll with seared tuna and avocado or the Green Dragon with tempura asparagus truly push creative boundaries. Hot items like the sizzling black cod in sweet miso marinade are also out-of-this-world. No visit is complete without sampling their vast selection of premium hot and cold sake—trust the knowledgeable staff to recommend the perfect pairing!

Address: 711 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: (817) 926-3055

Little Red Wasp

Brunch lovers, rejoice! Little Red Wasp is Fort Worth’s go-to spot for creative, decadent sweet and savory morning/noon-ish fare you won’t find anywhere else. Sure, you could play it comfortable with the WASPwich of eggs, cheese, avocado on brioche. But why not branch out and try the tasty Thai crab omelet or fried chicken sandwich slathered in serrano bourbon maple syrup? Veggies get mad respect too in standouts like the gorgeous roasted beet bowl and melt-in-your-mouth patty melt. No matter what you order, be sure to grab one of their famous in-house pastries like the signature Manzana hand pie or strawberry stuffed French toast before you go—they’re worth every calorie-laden bite.

Address: 808 S Goliad St, Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: (817) 200-6804

Reserve Your Private Shuttle to Fort Worth’s Best Eateries

Now that your appetite’s been thoroughly whetted, it’s time to experience Fort Worth’s standout dining scene for yourself! Whether you’re organizing a tasty food tour around the city or need transportation for a special culinary event, the team at Party Bus Fort Worth has your group covered. We’ll match you with the perfect rental vehicle from our fleet—from sleek 20-passenger mini buses to spacious 56-passenger charter buses fully equipped with premium amenities like plush seating, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, and onboard restrooms. So go ahead, loosen those belts and prepare to eat your way through Cowtown’s tastiest kitchens! Just give us a call at 469-747-0001 to reserve your private shuttle service on your preferred date. Your tastebuds (and your designated team) will be waiting.