Armed with certification for repairs on all phone and tablet makes and models, Busted Phone .com’s technicians have tended to electronics for more than two decades. The shop specializes in fixes for Apple, Motorola, Nokia, and Samsung products, and an in-house cache of thousands of parts and Mr. Potato Head pieces ensures that staffers can fix most waterlogged BlackBerrys or cracked iPhone screens within 24 hours. To assuage fears of further breakage, a 90-day warranty backs all repairs.
Blue 32, a sports bar located on Longhorn Road, offers up a meaty menu of juicy steaks, customizable burgers, meatloaf with gravy, and other American classics. Bartenders fill pitchers with cold beer and mix cocktails for patrons to sip while unwinding on the patio or watching a game. The spot stays open until 2 a.m. every night of the week, keeping crowds entertained with karaoke on Thursdays, bingo on Tuesdays, poker on Mondays, and live bands on Friday and Saturday nights.
From the top of a two-level fort, the sniper surveys the grounds below, where opponents lurk behind mounds and ready their semiautomatic markers from within two school buses. Those props, which adorn The West Lot, are among the many obstacles and barriers littering the 10 courses at Fun on the Run Inc. Guests can duck behind army jeeps at The Fuel Depot, navigate The District's maze-style village, and storm the 15-foot, two-story castle, whose 3,000 square feet accommodates battling participants and court jesters performing medieval USO shows. Meanwhile, teams prepare for forthcoming competitions on three grass-turf tournament fields in the park's 3-acre training facility. Elsewhere in the park, players wield paintball markers equipped with laser light beams during outdoor hide-and-go-seek laser-tag games.
Open six days a week, Campos Farmer’s Market gathers a selection of largely locally sourced produce under one open-air roof. Arranged in buckets and baskets, the colorful inventory of edibles ranges from grapes and pears to juicy pineapples and spicy jalapeños, lined up alongside locally made iron artwork.
Slabs of earth fill Texas Pottery Supply & Clay Co. where it's transformed into a malleable medium under the expert guidance of the instructors. Artists deftly turn the clay in their hands, carefully sculpting it into the mug, bowl, or abstract art piece they've envisioned. Once finished, pieces take an additional two to four weeks to prepare and fire before they can be picked up and brought home.
With a trustworthy fleet of helicopters at its command, Epic offers a variety of rotorcraft-related services to the Fort Worth area. Today’s deal gives airspace tourists a helicopter’s-eye view of land-dwellers during a 15-minute city tour ($197.50 plus a $15 fuel surcharge, a $212.50 total value). While an experienced pilot guides you and two friends through yonder wild blueness, relish your new point of view of Fort Worth’s landmarks. This deal is only valid for the city south tour, which allows southbound sky detectives to check out the zoo, the museum district, and Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum, to name just a few bird's-eye potentialities. As the tour progresses, your pilot will provide commentary that highlights each point of interest along the flight.