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Restaurants perfect for hosting out-of-town guests

Don’t let the idea of out-of-town guests stress you out, we’re helping you plan the ultimate Fort Worth visit with some of our favorite restaurants.

Musume is located inside the Sandman Signature Hotel in downtown Fort Worth

Musume is located inside the Sandman Signature Hotel in downtown Fort Worth.

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Do you have guests coming into town for the holidays, but you’re not sure where to take them? There’s so much to do, see, eat, and drink in Cowtown, so we’ve created a cheat sheet of local restaurants for you.

Keep this list in your back pocket when you are hosting guests and need some restaurant ideas.

Taco Heads

A Texans’ favorite sign | Photo via @taco.heads

Taco Heads | Cultural District
Voted Best Margarita in Fort Worth by our readers, this Tex Mex staple features beer-braised carnitas, bourbon black bean veggie + garlic cilantro gulf shrimp tacos for $3-$4.50. Need we say more? Bonus: Crispy beef tacos are $2 all day on Tuesdays.

FTW-Hotel Drover

Kick back and relax with a cocktail and live music at the Drover. | Photo by @amberwilsonphotography

Hotel Drover | Northside
Grab dinner at 97 West Kitchen & Bar inside the hotel, then head to the backyard for cocktails on the patio and live music every Saturday — just steps away from the bustling Stockyards.

FTW-Goat and Vine

Sip on bottomless mimosas during brunch on the weekend. | Photo by FTWtoday

Goat & Vine Restaurant + Winery | West 7th
The upscale restaurant and tasting room features house-made pasta, steaks, and multiple wine labels for guests to enjoy. Pro tip: Try the $35 bottomless mimosas and brunch package which features unlimited starters, one main course, and dessert — all for $65.

Musume is located inside the Sandman Signature Hotel in downtown Fort Worth

Musume is located inside the Sandman Signature Hotel in downtown Fort Worth.

Photo by FTWtoday

Musume | Downtown
This one-of-a-kind Fort Worth experience features table-side ramen, fish flown in daily from Japan, and the country’s largest premium sake program. Groups can also reserve the tatami room inside the former bank vault for an extra special experience.

Courtside Kitchen

Grab a drink + play some pickleball at Courtside Kitchen | Photo by FTWtoday

Courtside Kitchen | University
Work up an appetite with a round of pickleball on the outside courts, then chow down on fish and chips, hot chicken sandwiches, and chile relleno, or snack on small bites like ranchero fries and fried pickles (ahem). There’s also an outdoor beer garden to catch up with your friends and family.

FTW-Rooftop Cinema Club

Take in the breathtaking views of downtown at Rooftop Cinema Club. | Photo by FTWtoday

Rooftop Cinema Club | Downtown
Take in breathtaking views of downtown at this outdoor cinema while enjoying the best of the best when it comes to movie theater snacks. Toro Toro’s chef Richard Sandoval created an elevated concession-style menu with items like the Soft Salted Pretzel, Hot Diggity Dog, Pulled Pork Tacos, and Nacho Libre.

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