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ex­plore.

1. The Forth Worth Stock­yards is a Na­tional His­toric Dis­trict, and the Western shop­ping there is un­par­al­leled. From Caven­der’s to M.L. Leddy’s to a host of an­tique, bou­tique, and mu­sic shops, you can find ev­ery­thing a real cow­boy needs for his horse and house within a few blocks.

eat.

Joe T. Gar­cia’s has been a North­side Fort Worth sta­ple since 1935. Au­then­tic, time-tested Tex-Mex is on the menu with a gor­geous pa­tio and friendly staff. At

Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que you walk in, pick your meat(s) straight off the pit, and get sides cafe­te­ria-style—the way BBQ was meant to be.

do.

Fort Worth is burst­ing with cow­boy cul­ture, but add a lit­tle more re­fine­ment to the ex­pe­ri­ence with a trip to the Amon Carter Mu­seum of Amer­i­can Art for one of the best col­lec­tions of Fred­eric Rem­ing­ton and Charles M. Rus­sell paint­ings and sculp­tures.

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