Fort Worth just put its name on the map for the best BBQ in the Lone Star State.🍖
Texas Monthly recently released its top 50 BBQ restaurants in Texas — for the first time in 4 years.
We’ve got all the fixins on the local barbecue you can try, as long as you get there before it sells out.
🥩 Goldee’s Barbecue — No. 1 in Texas, 4645 Dick Price Rd.
A group of friends opened Goldee’s in early 2020 and it’s already getting recognition for its scratch-made classics: meats, sides, pickles + bread.
Plus, customers can enjoy free beer while they wait to be served.
Barbecue plate from Goldee’s Barbecue | Photo via @sawx04
🥩 Panther City BBQ — No. 10 in Texas, 201 E. Hattie St.
Panther City BBQ’s mix of Tex-Mex and BBQ stole the show. Known for its brisket elote, the dive joint also serves up staples like spareribs, smoked turkey, sausages + pork belly poppers.
Barbecue lunch plate from Panther City BBQ | Photo via@Babesandbbq
Two other FTW spots made it into the Top 50
🥩 Dayne’s Craft Barbecue, 2735 W. 5th St.
Dayne’s Craft Barbecue made a name for itself for how it sources its meat. It serves up specialty burgers like the jalapeño havarti, along with classics like the prime brisket, pulled pork + jalapeño-cheddar sausage links.
🥩 Smoke-A-Holics BBQ, 1417 Evans Ave.
It’s not a trip to Smoke-A-Holics BBQ if you didn’t try the spicy collard greens, banana pudding, or a classic Coca-Cola cake. Other noteworthy dishes are the juicy turkey and chicken sandwich + crispy rib tips.
You want more? We’ve got more.
🥩 Woodshed Smokehouse, 3201 Riverfront Dr.
Woodshed Smokehouse is notorious for its 28-day dry-aged smoked brisket and beef ribs. You can get 3 ounces of brisket for just $9.
🥩 Heim Barbecue, 1109 W. Magnolia Ave.
Sink your teeth in the most tender ribs in the city at Heim Barbecue. Order a combo pork rib plate and your BBQ cravings are bound to be satisfied.
Don’t go bacon my heart. ‘Meat’ your friends halfway and find a BBQ place y’all would love to try.
Marine Corps Jazz | Wed., Oct. 20 | 7:30 p.m. | Downtown Cowtown, 2401 N. Main St. | Free | Enjoy the sounds of classic jazz music from the Marine Forces Reserve.
Joey Green Full Band | Thurs., Oct. 21 | 8:30-11 p.m. | Fort Brewery + Pizza, 2737 Tillar St. | Free | This Texas native known for his success on NBC’s “The Voice”will be rockin’ + rollin’ for an intimate live show here in Fort Worth. 🎸
Cole Swindell | Fri., Oct. 22 | 10 p.m. | Billy Bob’s Texas, 2520 Rodeo Plaza | $25+ | Enjoy a night of live music from the country artist. 🎶
Fort Worth Margarita Festival | Sat., Oct. 23 | 4-11 p.m. | The Yard, 3017 Morton St. | $5+ | Join thousands of other margarita lovers and vote for the best margarita in Fort Worth.🍹
Fort Worth is closing the entire block of 2900 Crockett St. on Sun., Oct. 31 to make room for the Halloween Chalk Art Festival. The free event will feature live professional and amateur chalk artists, acostume contest, live entertainment + food from local vendors. 🎨 (Fort Worth Report)
All aboardthe new Disney Caribbean cruise. The Disney Magic Liner will set sail from Galveston in early 2023. Bookings for the first trip open Thurs., Oct. 21. Cruise destinations include the Western Caribbean, Cozumel, Mexico, the Bahamas + more. 🛳️ (Fort Worth Culture Map)
Fort Worth’s Police oversight office is inviting the community to take part in an online discussion. The conversation will include updates from their office along with goals for 2022. You can join the conversation this morning from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 💻 (NBC5)
The Shops at Clearfork are hosting a free community concert tonight on The Lawn. There will be live music and a pianist in celebration of Halloween. The show kicks off at 5:30 p.m. at 5188 Monahans Ave. Be sure to bring a blanket and lawn chair. 🎶 (NBC5)
A house from the 50s is up for sale for just under $250,000. The home was built in 1957 and has only had 1 owner. It’s located in south Fort Worth at 4100 S. Henderson St. It features 3 bedrooms, vintage colored tile + is 2,000 sqft. 🏠 (Fort Worth Culture Map)
The world-renownedUS Navy Blue Angels will soar above the skies of Fort Worth this weekend. Grab a lawn chair, a picnic blanket + enjoy an air show like you’ve never seen before. The annual not-for-profit show is one of the largest and most successful air shows in the nation. It’s bound to knock your socks off.
Our low temps are finally in the 60’s — which means it’s time to whip out the crockpot. If you’ve got chili or soup recipes that you’re dying to share, send them our way. Did we glaze over any restaurants we should check out? Let us know.
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