Support Us Button Widget

Cozy up at these 15 Fort Worth restaurants with fireplaces

Don’t let the freezing temps keep you indoors — head to these local restaurants and gather around the indoor and outdoor fireplaces.

FTW-The Ro on Oak

The upscale lounge recently opened in downtown Roanoke. | Photo by The Rô On Oak

Want to know our favorite thing about winter? Getting cozy by the fireplace — ideally with delicious food and a warm beverage in hand.

We’ve rounded up 15 local restaurants and bars with a roaring fireplace and outdoor fire pits to huddle around.

🔥 Indoor fireplaces

Fred’s Texas Cafe, Camp Bowie + Western Center
Warm up with a bowl of chili or grab a burger voted “Best in Fort Worth” at this iconic restaurant featured on “Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.”

The Lazy Moose, Magnolia
The lodge-like bar lives up to its name, with a massive wood-burning fireplace, big leather couches, and a full bar with craft beer and wine. Enjoy a day out to watch a sports game or play a round of pool.

The Rô On Oak, Roanoke
The New York-style upscale lounge in downtown Roanoke is the perfect place to grab a drink and cozy up next to the fireplace. Enjoy drinks named after rock ‘n’ roll hits and menu items like goat cheese bruschetta, flatbreads, and charcuterie boards.

La Madeleine, Camp Bowie
Get cozy by the fireplace at this quaint French cafe and grab crave-worthy items like pastries, soups, or a hot sandwich.

Sweetie Pie’s Ribeyes, North Richland Hills
The steakhouse is located in an old cotton gin and features antique vehicles on the lawn, award-winning steak, and a limestone fireplace perfect for a cold winter day.

FTW-Hotel Drover

Cozy up next to the fireplace at this Stockyards-staple hotel. | Photo by Hotel Drover

Hotel Drover, Stockyards
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.

The Basement Lounge, Camp Bowie
The cocktail lounge offers an intimate setting with a fireplace in a living room-esque setting. Bonus: Stop by during Dry January to indulge in the alcohol-free menu including three NA cocktails for $10 each.

The Magnolia Wine Bar, Magnolia
With 300+ wines in stock, it’s a great spot to grab a glass or two next to the big fireplace in the glass-enclosed room.

FTW-Courtside Kitchen

Warm up before playing a game of pickleball at the outdoor firepit at Courtside Kitchen. | Photo provided by Courtside Kitchen

🪵 Outdoor fire pits

Winslow’s Wine Cafe, Camp Bowie
This upscale cafe serves small-production wines from all over the world + features stone fire pits and accommodating space heaters on the outdoor patio.

The Lazy Dog, Arlington
The reader-recommended spot has a pooch-friendly patio with an outdoor fireplace and a pup menu featuring a grilled hamburger patty bowl with brown rice and veggies.

Press Cafe, Clearfork
Wrap up in a blanket and grab a seat next to one of the three fire pits on the ground-level patio.

FTW-Truck Yard outdoor firepit

Cozy up around the outdoor firepit at Truck Yard. | Photo courtesy of Truck Yard

Woodshed Smokehouse, University
The Tim Love concept is an ode to smoked meats + the perfect winter hangout spot with a wood-burning fire pit on the spacious outdoor patio. Plus, treat your furry companion to a rawhide bone dipped in pit master fat or the organic peanut butter bone from the Pup Menu.

Courtside Kitchen, University
Warm up by the outdoor fire pit before playing a round of pickleball on the covered courts. Then, satisfy your appetite with fish and chips, hot chicken sandwiches, and chile relleno.

Truck Yard, Alliance
If you’ve been cooped up inside following the freezing weather all week, stop by this dog-friendly restaurant with outdoor games, fire pits, a Ferris wheel, and popular
food trucks.

Brewed, Magnolia
The breakfast favorite features an outdoor fire pit with a semi-circle of seating and nearby picnic-style tables.

powered by Proxi

More from FTWtoday
First established in 1993 to help motivate students in science and engineering + to increase alternative energy awareness, the Challenge is hosted by Oncor and Lockheed Martin.
From your go-to beverage to your favorite pair of boots, Fort Worth is home to many original inventions and ideas. We are celebrating some of our favorite things created right here in Cowtown.
115 of you responded to our survey about where you go (or don’t) in downtown, and here’s the breakdown.
The Saharan Dust has blown into the metroplex, turning the North Texas sky smoky.
The Lone Star State is about to get a few more stars — Michelin, that is.
Phone eats first at these local restaurants serving stunning views.
The series of buildings, dormant since 2002, will soon be a mix of senior living + commercial space.
Flipstone Vintage and Thrift recently opened in the Foundry District.
We’ve got details and a map full of drink deals: We’ll be highlighting the vibrant beverage scene across Fort Worth from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024.
The rapidly growing pickleball company will be near Keller and likely open in early 2025.