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Montgomery Street Antique Mall

July 8, 2015

Montgomery Street Antique Mall Fort Worth’s Montgomery Street Antique Mall offers endless antique booths in every corner of its large facility. One can find treasure in old furniture, music, jewelry, books, photographs, posters, collectibles, anything and everything. Besides the antiques themselves, the mall is also home to its own restaurant. The mood and the feel […]

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Eat

Heim BBQ

June 20, 2015

Heim BBQ Heim BBQ is quickly becoming one of the go to spots in Fort Worth for BBQ and if you haven’t been yet, you must check it out. Located on Hattie St. right outside Republic Bar, Travis and Emma’s Heim BBQ will leave you wishing you ordered more when you had the chance. Their […]

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Drink

Rahr & Sons

June 13, 2015

Rahr & Sons Established in 2004 by Fritz and Erin Rahr, this Fort Worth Brewery is dedicated to making the best craft beer you have ever tasted. To date, they distribute their beer throughout North Texas as well as Austin, Houston, and San Antonio among others cities in Texas. They have won many awards throughout […]

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Lifestyle, Shop

Cowtown Farmers Market

June 6, 2015

Cowtown Farmers Market It was our first time attending the Fort Worth Farmers Market and we loved it! This is as local as you can get in Fort Worth. You are buying directly from the person who grows, bakes, roasts, and produces the products on display. The freshness is immediately noticeable once you sample the […]

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Lifestyle

Burnett Park

May 30, 2015

Burnett Park This beautiful park is located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. We have been here several times and each one is as great as the last time. This park has a long history in Fort Worth. The land itself was deeded by Samuel Burk Burnett and It the park was designed in […]

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Lifestyle

Fort Worth Central Public Library

May 10, 2015

Fort Worth Central Public Library There are several locations around the city of Fort Worth where you can grab a great book to read but there are none like the Fort Worth Central public library. The city’s first library began in 1892 as an idea by 20 women (source). Since then, it has expanded to […]

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