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Fort Worth-themed table topics for the holiday season

Sick of rotating through conversations about politics, religion, and your relationship status? Introduce these niche and fascinating topics at your next holiday meal.

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Dreading the debates and cringey questions that tend to take over holiday meals? Consider employing one of these five Fort Worth-themed table topics — they may just lead to your favorite conversation yet.

Reminisce on the good old days

What better way to give thanks than reflecting on all your favorite memories from childhood? Perhaps you grew up shopping at Leonard’s Department Store or taking a ride on the Forest Park Miniature Railroad. There’s nothing like going down memory lane with a slice of pie in hand.

Discuss the hottest new restaurants in town

Show up to the table as the locally informed guest by letting everyone know what new restaurants they need to try in Cowtown. With 40+ new and upcoming eateries, there’s no shortage of foodie news to discuss.

Which FTW Sister City do you want to visit?

Did you know Cowtown has nine pals across the world, including Guiyang, China; Budapest, Hungary; Nagaoka, Japan; and Toluca, Mexico? Check out the full list and dish on the one you most want to visit.

Figure out the next holiday gathering

Skip the back and forth of family group chats, and plan the next holiday outing as a group. You can’t go wrong with events like Lightscape, which is already in full swing, or classic holiday staples like “The Nutcracker.

If you’re looking for a holiday events guide, check out our extensive list of must-do holiday happenings.

Fun facts about Fort Worth

Impress your friends and family with these 15 interesting facts about the city. Quiz them on which ones they do or don’t know — like the highest recorded temperature in Cowtown history.

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