One the home of cowboys who wandered the streets at the end of the Chisholm Trail today Fort Worth is a very different place than at the end of the 19th century when dusty streets and the Mexican War were still fresh in the minds of its citizens.
today Fort Worth is the fifth largest city in the State of Texas and boast a population that is rapidly approaching a million people. Although this is not large by American standards it is a small city with a variety of attractions that have over the years proven popular with both domestic and international tourists.
For one thing Fort Worth has thriving restaurant scene with some of the eateries receiving rave reviews. Those visiting this town with the big heart should not make the mistake of missing the Stockyards district where those who are dreaming of finding a slice of the old West where portions were generous and steak was the order of the day will not be disappointed. And don’t forget the famous Texas barbecue. Try Hunter Brothers for a taste of those bygone days. You’ll find it at 109 E Exchange Avenue.
Or make one of the best meal choices you will make while in Texas and try some authentic Mexican breakfast food at Esparanza’s which you’ll find at 2122 N Main Street.
However it’s not just about the food. Fort Worth has wealth of other attractions for both young and old. Hit the cultural district and enjoy an education and some good, wholesome fun. For those who want to up the adrenaline levels try and get a package to go and see the Dallas Cowboys.
This is town with it all. Make sure that if you’re in the area you put aside some time to visit Fort Worth – it’s an experience you will not regret.