One of the most loveable things about Fort Worth is the distinct character found in each neighborhood, district, and corner of town. They all have their own personalities and purposes — some would say it was written in the stars. Let’s take a look at how our neighborhoods align with the zodiac signs.
Aquarius: Monticello | Jan. 20- Feb. 18
The unique businesses of Monticello embody the eclectic nature of an Aquarius. We recommend hitting up the newly opened Crescent Hotel Fort Worth for drinks and afternoon cocktails at The Circle Bar and Milano’s Ristorante for some delicious Italian cuisine. The neighborhood also offers easy access to world-renowned museums, shopping, and restaurants.
Pisces: River District | Feb. 19-March 20
The River District provides the perfect escapist moment for a Pisces to relax. The charming up-and-coming neighborhood is nestled on the banks of the Trinity River and draws newcomers and tourists to the area’s unique shopping + dining destinations.
Take in the beautiful scenery at Marion Sansom Park Trail then fuel up with a meal on the river at Heim Barbecue.
Aries: Arlington Heights | March 21-April 19
Known as the passionate and confident leader of the zodiac, Arlington Heights is the perfect place for an Aries. The neighborhood features Tudor and craftsman-style homes and is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the city.
Located next to the Cultural District, Arlington Heights provides easy access to some of the best museums and is only a 10-minute drive from restaurants and shops in the West 7th district.
Taurus: Tanglewood | April 20-May 20
As a lover of loyalty, you’ll feel right at home in Tanglewood. The neighborhood is considered to be safe, family-friendly, and filled with old homes and green spaces that nicely offset ongoing development.
Gemini: Ryan Place | May 21-June 20
The extroverted nature of a Gemini means they tend to get along with all kinds of people — similar to Ryan Place, which is filled with historic homes ranging from Mediterranean revival style + stone to Georgian brick.
Cancer: Mistletoe Heights | June 21-July 22
The sentimental and gentle nature of this sign is the perfect match for Mistletoe Heights. The neighborhood is perched atop a scenic bluff overlooking the Clear Fork of the Trinity River and was designated a Historic District in 2002. Many homes are listed as historically significant in the Tarrant County Historic Resources Survey.
Leo: Berkeley Place | July 23-Aug. 22
Berkeley Place is a perfect fit for the welcoming and proud nature that a Leo embodies. This sign makes its presence known — similar to this neighborhood’s popular community assets like the Fort Worth Zoo and the city’s oldest aquatic center, Forest Park Pool.
Virgo: Meadows West | Aug. 23-Sept. 22
This earth sign has very practical and grounded qualities, making the Meadows West neighborhood a perfect fit. There are several parks in the neighborhood and boasts easy access to shops and restaurants in both Clearfork and Waterside, leaving a Virgo’s busy mind feeling right at home.
Libra: Fairmount | Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Fairmount’s active yet small-neighborhood charm is just as balanced as a Libra. Located within walking distance of Magnolia Avenue, residents have easy access to the thriving, eclectic mix of restaurants, pubs + music venues.
Scorpio: Crestwood | Oct. 23-Nov. 21
The aura of Crestwood’s picturesque boulevard perfectly encapsulates this water sign. Situated just two miles from downtown, Crestwood residents enjoy gently curving tree-lined streets and a mixture of old and new, with homes constructed from 1941 to today.
Sagittarius: Ridglea Hills | Nov. 22-Dec. 21
This sign’s need for constant change and adventure can be fed with easy access to the bustling Camp Bowie Boulevard and a quiet getaway to the 10-acre Luther Lake, located in the middle of Ridglea Hills.
Capricorn: Downtown | Dec. 22- Jan. 19
With how hardworking you are, you’ll be pleased to hear there are plenty of spots downtown to network and work remotely. The neighborhood is home to beautifully restored buildings + residences that stand alongside modern skyscrapers.
Plus, there are parks and landmarks galore including Sundance Square — a walkable 37-square-block area with restaurants, comedy clubs, hotels, and live entertainment.