Answered: Which closed Fort Worth businesses do you miss the most?

From family-owned restaurants to venues, here are the Fort Worth businesses our readers miss the most.

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Guest lining up at the entrance of Caravan of Dreams on opening night in 1983. | Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection

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Last week, we felt sentimental and asked our readers which closed Fort Worth businesses they missed the most. With 200+ responses, get ready to take a trip back in time to visit some of your favorite now-closed Cowtown spots.

Terra Mediterranean

The restaurant closed in October of 2019, after nearly 10 years on Crockett Row. Last spring, Younger Partners executed a lease to bring Terra Mediterranean back to Crockett Row — now known as Artisan Circle.

  • “Fast and tasty” — C. Lewis

Uno’s Pizza

The Chicago-style deep-dish pizzeria in Sundance Square served the community for 28 years before it closed in 2020.

  • “Great pizza” — Sherri W.

Caravan of Dreams

The downtown club closed in 2021 to make way for Reata Restaurant when it was displaced by the March 2000 tornado.

  • “Nonsmoking, intimate, great acts, easy to get to” — Michelle A.

Here are some other popular answers from our readers:

  • Cannon Chinese Kitchen
  • Taverna
  • Downtown Barnes and Noble
  • Spaghetti Warehouse
  • McKinley’s Bakery
  • Worth Theater
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