Taxi's BBQ & Catering’s chefs slow-smoke tender Texas-style brisket, ribs, and chicken on-location to spice up parties and special events. Homestyle sides complement barbecue entrees and range from potato salad to baked beans to Taxi's taters—chive mashed potatoes crowned with cheddar cheese and bacon. Taxi’s hickory-smoked cuisine is also available for carryout and delivery for those incapable of using forks in the presence of others.
From simple and elegant town cars to 30-passenger party buses, All About Transportation has vehicle for every occasion. Sedans and SUVs swoop customers to airports and business meetings, while limos, Hummers, and party buses equipped with sound systems and neon lighting set the stage for bachelorette parties and casino trips.
No matter the moment of the day or the season of the year, the courteous staffers at Swiftpark Airport Parking stand vigilant watch, ready to stow cars in their secure lot and schlep luggage for travelers shuttling to and from their flights at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. For an additional fee, travelers can also arrange for an interior or exterior car wash, oil change, or laundry and dry-cleaning services to take place in their absence.
Think of Fort Worth B-Cycle sort of like a library?except instead of lending out books, the program lends out 300 Trek bikes from 35 stations throughout the city. To take one for a spin, bikers just need a membership, which covers unlimited 30-minute rides for durations ranging from one day to one year. Member card in hand, participants can unlock any bike and pedal to various locations, dropping their ride off at the nearest bike share station when they're done.
This program might sound reminiscent of bike share programs in New York, Chicago, and other major cities?because it is. Stations are located throughout Central Fort Worth, including Downtown, West 7th St, Magnolia Ave, and along the Trinity Trails.
Elite Concierge's trained drivers chauffer guests safely around Dallas and Forth Worth in opulent Hummer H2 limos or fun-loving party buses. Four-wheeled carriages command the attention of passing stretch-tricycles while idling curbside to allow up to 20 guests to climb aboard. For three hours, beaming headlights blaze trails through city streets as home-brought wine, beer, or spirits flow freely in sumptuous back seats. After a worry-free evening of cruising in style, limos or buses bid passengers adieu with a haunting rendition of "Ave Maria" played entirely on the car horn.