Enjoy Fort Worth's nightlife scene and dine on delicious food with your favorite beer in hand at the Baker St. Pub & Grill. The beer menu offers a wide selection: Shiner Bock, Dos Equis, Corona, Bud Light, Coors Light, Budweiser, Miller Lite, Smithwick's, Blue Moon, and of course, Lone Star. If you don't have a taste for ice cold beer, the pub has an extensive cocktail and wine menu as well.
Cut a rug at the world's largest honky tonk. Billy Bob's Texas has food, drinks, dancing, live music and lots more. Some of the biggest names in music have played the nightlife venue including Garth Brooks, ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and George Strait.
Stop by Booger Red's Saloon while visiting the Stockyards District of Fort Worth. The popular nightlife spot promises a delicious meal and serves BBQ favorites like ribs, juicy steak, and pork. Be sure to try signature items like the Nine Miles of Dirt Road Dip, an Anita-Rita, and Buffalo Butt Beer.
Flying Saucer Fort Worth is located in the heart of Sundance Square one block from Bass Hall. They have over 80 beers on tap and over 100 in the bottle also serving delicious menu items like: Made-to-order pizza, house smoked salmon, half-pound Angus burger and the honey-dipped chicken served with jalapeno gravy and fresh vegetable of the day. Kick back and enjoy your favorite brew on the patio beer garden or make it a private affair and reserve the party room inside. Now serving mixed drinks and wine, too.
The Four Day Weekend Improvisational Comedy crew have been called the "...funniest men in town" by Fort Worth Magazine. You be the judge. Catch the men in action on Friday and Saturday nights in Sundance Square.
Pearl’s Dancehall & Saloon is a two-story, red-brick building dating from 1928, you'll find some of the area's most energetic dancing. Specializing in "Western Swing," the club offers patrons an amalgam of musical styles that's quintessentially Texas. With influences from Europe, Mexico, and America's own rural communities, the music boasts an unmistakable quality that folks can't get enough of. You'll find patrons hoofin' it up and enjoying themselves immensely, but you won't find any line-dancing or inauthentic rhythms.
Rodeo Exchange Club is located in the Historic Stockyards District at this much-frequented club. Most of the time, country music is the preferred genre, although you'll find Top 40 tunes played occasionally too. A dance floor is available if you're in the mood to kick up your heels, and live bands play as well. Additional attractions include drink specials, dance lessons, and barbecue.
Located downtown, Scat Jazz Lounge is a cozy, intimate live music venue showcasing some of the best local, regional, and national talent that will transport you back in time. Call ahead for reservations for a table and have a nice, long slow dance together.
The Aardvark is a live music and nightlife venue in Fort Worth - not to mention it's a great place for a Texas-style dinner. Enjoy favorites like BBQ, juicy burgers, fried pickles, loaded waffle fries, Texas chili, the ultimate peach cobbler and tons more. Performers like Cross Canadian Ragweed, Robert Earl Keen, David Allan Coe, Eli Young Band, Wade Bowen, Reckless Kelly, Pat Green, and Roger Cragear have played at here.
The White Elephant Saloon is a 100-year-old saloon, once a hangout for 19th-century cowboys selling cattle, is still one of the city's best Wild West bars. Serving cold beer and offering C&W music seven nights a week, the saloon boasts an outdoor patio with live bands during the summer. Plus, you'll find pool tables and a dance floor. For added ambience, the ceiling is lined with hats belonging to cowboys from long ago.