There are two airports near Fort Worth, DFW International is about 20 miles away, and Love Field is about 30 miles for all you Southwest flyers.
Fort Worth is centrally located between 3 main interstates, I30, I20, and I35 just 30 minutes west of Dallas.
Once you are here you can feel free to drive around the city, or leave your car at the hotel and Uber around.
Downtown Fort Worth is also super safe. Feel free to walk around at night and explore. All four hotels are within walking distance of the reception at The Fort Worth Club. The Ceremony is a little further away (8 minutes by car) so taking the shuttle from the Omni Hotel or taking an Uber/Lyft is suggest, parking is also available at the church (parking lot) and reception (parking garage).
Joe T Garcia's
Joe T Garcia's - Fort Worth's most famous restaurant with an expansive outdoor garden located near the Stockyards. Go early and expect a line. There is no menu at dinner time so make sure your waiter knows if it is your first time. Brunch/lunch is equally as good. AND ALWAYS GET THE PITCHER OF MARGS!
Texas Cuisine in one of the coolest buildings in downtown. Reata is well known from locals and visitors alike. Don't forget to grab a drink at the rooftop bar.
The Steak Houses on Main Street
You can't go wrong eating at any restaurant on Main Street in the heart of downtown, but one thing unique is how many fine dinning steak houses there are. All of which have their own style, are incredibly delicious, and have plenty of fine wines!
- Wicked Butcher
- Del Frisco's Double Eagle
- The Capital Grille
- Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
The Original Mexican Eats
Located on historic Camp Bowie, this Fort Worth staple became famous after President FDR frequented the restaurant when he would visit his son in town in the 1930's.
A fine dinning experience that brings you as closer to Paris, France than Paris, Texas. Book a reservation in advance if you wish to try some of the best French foods and wines in the cutest little cottage.
Hot Box Biscuit Club
If you are looking for the best brunch around, Hot Box Biscuit Club is the one. Its hip atmosphere partnered with the most delicious food makes for the coolest brunch around. Located just south of downtown in a new up and coming area of Fort Worth. Don't forget your breakfast cocktail!
Another great restaurant located in a sweet home just outside of downtown is Piola. With amazing Italian food and wine, it is a great Fort Worth staple.
Texas has a lot of great BBQ, but one of the most trendy and popular in Fort Worth is Heim, which started as a food track and quickly grew to having 2 locations. You wont want to miss it.
Lonesome Dove Western Bistro
In the mood for Rattlesnake, Elk, Kangaroo, or Buffalo? Well Lonesome Dove offers all of these items along with plenty of other great Texas and Southern mixed cuisines and cocktails.
This craft cocktail bar located downtown on Houston Street is adorably decorated to look like a historic bookstore and downstairs they have a "secret" speakeasy styled to look like an old pharmacy. They are on theme and have the masters behind the bar creating the most unique cocktails around.
Whisky and Rye
This bar is located inside the Omni Hotel and is a great place to come grab a drink before and after the events, since a majority of the wedding party will be staying at the hotel. They have a large cocktail list, live music, and billiards.
The Sinclair Hotel Rooftop Bar
This brand new hotel has many different beautiful bars, but nothing beats the view quite like the rooftop bar. The art deco style and the cocktails make this place a luxury experience.
Reata Rooftop Bar
A Fort Worth staple, Reata has delicious fine Texas cuisine, but is notably more popular for its rooftop experience. Check out its rooftop bar and gorgeous downtown views. This is also the location of the rehearsal dinner.
The Flying Saucer
The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium is a great place for beer lovers. They have an extensive beer list, live music, a large patio in prime downtown real estate. It is a great place for day or night drinking.
Pete's Piano Bar
Looking for a fun time with live music and singalongs? Look no further than Pete's Piano Bar. This dueling piano bar located downtown is a great place to drink, laugh, and even get pulled up on stage.
The Museum District
Located just west of downtown, Fort Worth has some of the most famous and beautiful museums in the world. Check out modern art such as Warhol, Picasso, or Pollock at the Modern Art Museum. If Monet or Michelangelo is more your thing, go to the Kimbell next door. There are also very interesting things to be discovered at The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and American Art at the Amon Carter Museum of Art.
The Shops at Clearfork
Get lost in your day by checking out this beautiful area filled with luxury and boutique shops, amazing restaurants and bars, and fun activities such as bowling and bocce at Pinstripes or check out a movie with drinks at the fancy new AMC.
The Fort Worth Stock Yards
Feeling a little western? Check out the famous Fort Worth Stock Yards. Spend your afternoon walking around with cocktails in hand around multiple bars, restaurants, western shops, and historic western views. You might even catch a horse, bull or two. Also, don't miss Billy Bob's Texas - the world's largest honky tonk bar with its own bull riding arena.
The Fort Worth Zoo
Voted the number one zoo in the country, this zoo is packed with unique experiences you can only find in Texas including Texas Town, feeding Giraffes, and (if you are brave enough) Museum of Living Art reptile house.