Below is a list of the top and leading Bars in Fort Worth. To help you find the best Bars located near you in Fort Worth, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Fort Worth’s Best Bars:
The top rated Bars in Fort Worth are:
- The Usual – brought craft cocktails to North Texas
- Twilite Lounge – is a New Orleans-themed local bar
- The Basement Bar – is open when everyone else is closed
- BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar – is your come-as-you-are neighborhood sports bar
- Whiskey & Rye – is situated in the hotel lobby
The Usual founded in 2009, The Usual brought craft cocktails to North Texas. Their focus is on unique spirits, fresh ingredients, and blending classic and modern techniques to provide an inviting and inclusive atmosphere for their community, and hopefully enjoy some delicious cocktails along the way.
Menus, Gift Cards, Shop
“Will always come back to the usual. Impeccable cocktails and great folks every time. One of the best gems in Fort Worth!” – Max U.
Twilite Lounge is a New Orleans-themed local bar featuring live music during the week. Located in the Near Southside district of downtown Forth Worth. Twilite is the home bar for saints football fans across the 817. Known for their famous frozen Irish coffee, honest drinks, and local beers, served up by their friendly staff. Join them as they showcase some of the very best in live jazz, rock, soul, and country. They never charge a cover charge at Twilite.
Bar, Live Music, Drinks
“Very nice and laid back place. The back patio is huge and really nice!” – Cheryl G.
The Basement Bar
The Basement Bar is also noted as “The World’s Smallest Honky-Tonk” situated in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards, open every day until 2 am. Come take a look for yourself at this exceptional underground Fort Worth hot spot, with live music and dancing. Registered as the oldest bar in Fort Worth.
Used to be where lovely ladies from the brothel above came to attract and meet their dates, full of history and old ghosts. Also known as the number one spot for service industry from local businesses, come to have a drink with them. They are open when everyone else is closed.
Bar, Live Music, DJ
“Fun times! We had so much fun at this bar. It was packed. Great music and friends. People were on the dance floor and some were watching the UFC fight at the bar. We will definitely go again!” – Sherry C.
BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar
BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar is your come-as-you-are neighborhood sports bar. They created BoomerJack’s to be a sports bar where everyone could unwind and enjoy wall-to-wall TVs for big games, delicious American food, cold drinks, and wallet-friendly pricing in a friendly, easy-going atmosphere. Their budget-conscious pricing, eye-popping daily specials, and all-day, every-day happy hour, keep their loyal fans coming back over and over.
Founded in 2001 with a single location, their company now includes 16 BoomerJack’s Grill locations across the Dallas-Forth Worth area, social lounge sidecar social, and a live-music venue, Bedford ice house. The quickly growing company is extending to more in North Texas and surrounding areas.
Menu, Specials, Events
“Best place to hangout during weekends. They have patio dine in, which is awesome during chilly weather. All in all this is my to go spot.” – Cykard
Whiskey & Rye
Whiskey & Rye is situated in the hotel lobby, and the oversized leather chairs and complimentary pool tables will soon have you know the staff by name. Recently named “Best Place to Watch a Game” by Fort Worth Magazine, this wonderful neighborhood bar features regional draft beers from Rahr & Sons Brewery, HDTVs, and live entertainment.
Whether you are visiting Omni Fort Worth Hotel for business or recreation, you will discover Whiskey & Rye a great place for meeting old friends or making new ones. After 8:00 p.m., guests need to be 21 to access Whiskey & Rye. This moment is subject to alteration due to special events, contact the hotel with any questions.
Draft Beers, HDTVs & Live Entertainment
“Good bar. Loved the location. Helpful bartenders and good drinks.” – Laura B.
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