Beer, Wine & Spirits in Fort Worth


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  • BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse
    Nobody does family dine-in like BJ’s Restaurant and Brewery. There’s something for even the pickiest of eaters here, with their crunchy, cheesy pizzas, juicy, mouthwatering burgers, firm, saucy pastas, and chilled craft beers. Some of their always on tap beer variants include the Harvest Hefenwizen, Jeremiah Red, and Nutty Brewnette. They also serve USDA-choice steaks, ranging from their bone-in New York style to their house-top sirloin. Those who don’t mind tucking in can try the delicious baby back pork ribs, served with their Jerimiah Red BBQ sauce and rubbed with the deliciously savory taste of their Big Poppa Smokers champion rub.
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    9401 Sage Meadow Trl
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Cowtown Winery
    Nestled among the wooden corrals and brick fa?ades of the historic Fort Worth Stockyards district, Cowtown Winery pairs meats and cheeses with red, white, semisweet, and dessert wines handcrafted by an in-house vintner. Amid shelves stocked with emerald rows of bottles, the winery?s tasting bar hosts daily samplings of premium wines such as the tart Silver Spur red and a pinot grigio with subtle aromas of apple, pear, and aged stetson hat. Live acoustic music on the weekends helps to inspire first-time winemakers as they consult with vintners to design custom labels and concoct up to 29 bottles of their own signature wine.
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    112 W Exchange Ave.
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Pop's Safari Cigars Fine Wines & Bistro
    Pop's Safari Room dishes out succulent, straightforward creations in a chic and exotically bedecked space. The simple dinner menu helps famished patrons muffle grumbling stomachs with sound-dampening appetizers such as bacon-wrapped scallops soaked in teriyaki glaze ($12), a classic lump-crab cake ($14), and grilled boar sausage served with blackberry sauce ($13). Burger buffs explore the flavorful evolution of bun-based species with sizzling patties made out of sirloin ($8.50), buffalo ($10), and ostrich ($11) meat.
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    2929 Morton St
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • City Kitchen
    At City Kitchen, we dedicate ourselves to produce the highest quality and most innovative items for your event.
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    2317 Blue Smoke Ct N
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • MAX's Wine Dive Dallas
    The culinary ideology behind MAX's Wine Dive lies in a simple slogan: "Why the hell not?" With the gourmand irreverence to unite fried chicken with champagne, chili dogs with an Australian shiraz, and grilled cheese with a French sauvignon blanc, Executive Chef Patrick Russell's menu of eclectic dishes has earned MAX's Dallas location several OpenTable Diner Choice awards, including Hot Spot and Notable Wine List. Though the cuisine evokes the flavors of a rustic diner, the ingredients are all gourmet—chefs spangle dishes with fresh seasonal produce, piquant cheeses, and unique sauces such as chipotle aioli and housemade crème fraiche. Meanwhile, an extensive inventory of world wines pours regularly, sending selections to tables by the glass even when the menu lists a varietal as bottle-only, thanks to the restaurant's two-glass commitment policy. Friday through Sunday, brunch bravely blends chicken fried steak and waffles, and the signature MAX 'n cheese puts a twist on an original in a more critic-friendly manner than editing a high-speed chase into Casablanca. Housing a private event space, MAX's Wine Dive can accommodate large groups of nearly 60 people.
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    West 7th
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Cross Timbers Wine Trail
    Strung along rustic stretches of backcountry roads on the western edge of the DFW metroplex, the Cross Timbers Wine Trails connect six local boutique wineries that feature complex handmade vintages and live music and theater events. Guests tour production facilities and sample wine at each estate, chatting with winemakers such as LightCatcher Winery's award-winning filmmaker-turned-vintner Caris Turpen, or Brushy Creek Vineyards' Les Constable, a former nuclear engineer. Each expert cultivates a memorable experience, plying visitors with delicate cheeses or fine wines made from High Plains Texas or California grapes. The landscape surrounding the wineries is as varied and intriguing as the fruits of the vine available for purchase or sample, with a breathtaking mixture of open prairie, brushy undergrowth, and thick woodland that gives the Cross Timbers region its name. As they trek across this idyllic landscape, travelers on the wine trail entertain themselves with events such as the relaxing groove of a jazz concert or the wine-fueled murder accusations of an interactive mystery theater.
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    6925 Confederate Park Rd./FM 1886
    Fort Worth, TX US

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