Locations in Fort Worth

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  • Academy Sports and Outdoors

    5836 N. Tarrant Parkway Fort Worth


    Academy Sports + Outdoors is a premier sports, outdoor and lifestyle retailer with a broad assortment of quality hunting, fishing, and camping equipment and gear along with sports and leisure products, footwear, apparel and much more. The Texas-based company operates over 170 stores throughout Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. The Academy Sports + Outdoors philosophy is to deliver an unparalleled shopping experience by providing convenience, offering a broad selection of quality products, delivering exceptional customer service and selling the right stuff at every day low prices.
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  • Amon Carter Museum

    3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth


    The library features an initial collection of approximately 4,000 books assembled by Amon G. Carter and has grown more than 10 times over, visitors, researchers and the casual reader are welcome.
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  • Fort Worth Central Library

    500 W. Third St. Fort Worth


  • Fort Worth Convention Center

    1201 Houston St. Fort Worth


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  • McDavid Studio

    301 E. 5th St. Fort Worth


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  • Pearl's Dancehall and Saloon

    302 W. Exchange Fort Worth


  • 1105 Peach St

    1105 Peach St. Fort Worth

  • 1919 Hemphill

    1919 Hemphill St. Fort Worth


    Arguably Fort Worth's most DIY music venue, 1919 Hemphill sits in one of the city's more neglected neighborhoods, which locals call "Near South Side." The warehouse-type space is a success among DFW's artsy co-op venues, and has been since 2002. The two-story building is run by an organization of volunteers who throw shows featuring local musicians and artists, and often Fort Worth punk acts. A large seating area on the first floor holds ratty couches and political reading material, while the walls shout inspirational phrases and 1919 Hemphill's venue rules, which include "no booze, no drugs, no jerks." (Because the venue draws a lot of 18-and-unders, it doesn't serve or permit alcohol.) The venue also features a "free store" for the homeless to gather clothing or shoes, and a small "library" on one side of the building, where people can check out books or play sheet music on the organ in the corner. Upstairs, bands play to people sitting on school bleachers or kids flailing around in a mosh pit. Cupcakes and cookies are dropped off frequently by volunteers or local diners, and the lanky teenagers and twentysomethings happily devour them.
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  • 5ive Spice

    5595 E. FM 1187, Rendon Fort Worth

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  • 7th Haven

    2929 Crockett St. Fort Worth


    Arguably the best rooftop bar in town, 7th Haven makes up for in drink prices what it lacks in panache. Always a place to find a good special, the place is dark and smoky. But with a back patio and roof complete with side bar, there's plenty of space for fresh air too. Paintings of Jim Morrison, Lenny Kravitz and Bob Marley adorn the walls, and two big screens stream sports news and entertainment all night. Booth and table seating complement the long bar, manned by a friendly staff, and best of all, Taco Heads taco stand provides great food late nights Wednesday through Saturday on the back deck.
  • 950 N University Dr

    950 N. University Dr. Fort Worth

  • Aardvark

    2905 W. Berry St. Fort Worth


    Located around the corner from Texas Christian University, it's no surprise this rock club has Greek appeal. But housed in the same historic strip that was home to The Hop and Rail, it books the best locals in the Golden Triangle, plus the occasional road show.
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  • Abi Ferrin

    3699 McKinney Ave. #103 Fort Worth


    ABI FERRIN is the versatile and sophisticated fashion brand that offers expertly designed pieces in easy-to-care-for fabrics providing a chic solution for women of all ages and body types. ABI FERRIN’s effortless essentials inspire women to feel confident and beautiful. Celebrated pieces include the renowned Nikki 5-Way Dress that creates five entirely new looks depending on how the garment is draped and the Jan Cape that easily transforms from work meeting to date night. ABI FERRIN is designed and produced in the USA.
  • Acme Brick Headquarters

    3024 Acme Brick Plaza Fort Worth


  • The Adolphus Hotel

    1321 Commerce Fort Worth


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  • AMC Eastchase 9

    8301 Ederville Rd., 8301 Ederville Road Fort Worth


  • AMC Lake Worth 14

    6600 NW Loop 820 Fort Worth


  • AMC Palace 9

    220 E. Third St. Fort Worth


    This nine-screen theater is located on E. Third street in Fort Worth. Amenities include wheelchair access, stadium seating and theater rentals.
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  • American Legion Post 838

    1250 Mansfield Ave. Fort Worth


  • Amon Carter Exhibit Hall, Will Rogers Memorial Center

    3400 Burnett-Tandy Dr. Fort Worth


    NOTE: The address given here is the GPS location for our event in the 80 acre complex. The 3401 W Lancaster address that you have on a previous locale listing is for the administrative offices mon-fri only and long way from our event building
  • Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibit Hall

    3400 Burnett Tandy Dr. Fort Worth


    About:Housed within the Will Rogers Memorial Center , the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibits Hall is a multi-purpose venue. Opened in 1984, it generally serves as the vendor market during the annual Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. It has a large exhibition space and also includes the old Round Up Inn, which is used as a dining space. The Texas Room within it serves as a banquet hall seating up to 10,000 guests. On days other than the Show, the Hall may be used for flea markets, cloth or paper exhibitions.
  • Angelo's Bar-B-Que

    2533 White Settlement Rd. Fort Worth


    The brisket is melt-in-your mouth tender, its flavor rich and smoky, and all you need to say as you approach the counter is "sliced" or "chopped". The lightning-fire hands behind the counter will take care of the rest. The beer is cold and the mugs are huge. Who could ask for more?
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  • Artistic Blends Coffee House and Theater

    5298 Trail Lake Dr. Fort Worth


  • Artspace111

    111 Hampton St. Fort Worth


  • AT&T Performing Arts Center-Winspear Opera House

    2403 Flora St. Fort Worth


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  • Austin Event Center

    1111 E. Berry St. Fort Worth


    The Austin Event Center (AEC) is a multipurpose event venue in East Fort Worth. The AEC is perfect for your concert, wedding or party!
  • Axis

    120 S. Main St. Fort Worth


    Fort Worth's newest live music venue has already hosted such disparate acts as Junior Brown and a group of local headbangers. Check out the boomin' system, a stage fit for Slayer and a room that can pack in the numbers.
  • Babe's Chicken Dinner House

    104 N. Oak St., Roanoke Fort Worth


    The small menu here reflects the predominantly fried All-Stars of Texan and Southern cuisine. There's fried chicken and chicken-fried steak. That's the entire selection of main dishes at Babe's Chicken Dinner House. No joke. And that's a relief to see in a market chock-full of Southern/soul food shops slinging what seems like infinite permutations on the fried. The selection of side dishes (gravy, mashed potatoes, sweet corn, green salad and biscuits) is similarly tiny. But what's not tiny? The portions. They're served in true down-home style, with helpings as large as the elastic-waistband pants needed to eat at Paul Vinyard's original Babe's location.
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  • Bass Performance Hall

    525 Commerce St. Fort Worth


    Since when did downtown Fort Worth become a European transport? When the Bass Hall opened. This uniquely beautiful concert hall is like nothing else in Dallas or Fort Worth. With five levels of seating, be cautious not to sit too high in the sky (painted ceiling) or you might be airsick.
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  • Berney Park

    6312 Rosemont Ave. Fort Worth


  • Billy Bob's Texas

    2520 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth


    Its building was originally an open air barn built over a century ago to hold cattle for the Fort Worth Stock Show. Since then it has served as an airplane factory and department store before arriving at its true calling in 1981, opening its doors at Billy Bob's Texas, self-billed as "the world's largest honky tonk." There may be a bigger one out there somewhere, but we doubt it, and there's certainly none that has hosted the likes of ZZ Top, BB King and Willie Nelson's July 4th picnic. There's bull riding, both mechanical and live, 30 bar stations and enough space for an army of dancers to two-step the night away in comfort.
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