Eat Like a Local

Feeling Hungry

Did you know that one of Bonnie and Clyde's favorite hideouts from the law was the historic Stockyards Hotel in Fort Worth? It's now considered to be one of the most haunted spots in the city. It's interesting to think about what kind of mischief those two could have gotten into while they were there!
Have you heard of the Fort Worth rodeo? It's the longest-running in the US and showcases the culture and history of the American West. Visitors come from all over to see the thrilling events and livestock.
Did you know Barbecue is when you slow-cook meat, while BBQ is when you throw a party while doing it? However, Texans don't really bother with this distinction and just use the terms interchangeably.  
Frank and Jesse James were known to have a soft spot for a particular chili parlor in Fort Worth. So much so that they made a promise to never rob a bank in the city, citing the deliciousness of the chili joint as the reason why the town deserved better treatment. It just goes to show how powerful good food can be in bringing people together and promoting positivity.


Good Things Happen Over Coffee
Edge Coffeehouse
3980 Boat Club Rd, Lake Worth
FB @Edge.Coffeehouse
Nice selection of coffees, teas, and cold brews, served to you by “true coffee artisans.” Great place to just chill, study, or meet up with friends. Check out their live music schedule!
Axiom Coffee
4005 Golden Triangle Boulevard, Fort Worth
Visitors say this place has the nicest staff, a relaxing atmosphere, and really good coffee! Patio seating is available.
Froth Coffee Bar Haslet
1090 School House Rd Suite 600, Haslet
A locally owned coffee shop offering not only traditional coffee drinks, but also specialty drinks, smoothies, and even coffee with ice cream! They have a nice selection of pastries, breakfast items, and handmade macaroons. If you order a latte, you will be served up some latte art as well!
NATIVE Coffee + Kitchen
2725 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Fort Worth
If you get a hankering for some grub while you’re sipping a hand-crafted coffee, this place is known for tasty breakfasts. Try the brunch burger or the avocado toast, which is said to be the best around.
Seven Mile Café
6300 North Freeway, Ft Worth
An innovative place with an energetic vibe. The latte is topped with some serious artwork! Featuring Stumptown coffees such as Trapper Creek Decaf, Guatemala Finca El Injerto Bourbon, and Hairbender.


Most Important Meal of the Day OR......     Chasing that French toast high

Beginning your day with a hearty Southern breakfast is the best way to start your day—it's warm, comforting and leaves the whole family satisfied!

JR's Café
300 S. Saginaw Blvd, Saginaw
FB @jrscafeofsaginaw
The people have spoken, and this is the spot for breakfast! For a taste of local character and corned beef hash, look no further. Quaint and cozy, JR’s is full of charm and delicious home-style delights such as fried okra (“the best in Texas”), chicken fried chicken, cinnamon rolls, and perfectly toasted English muffins. A highly recommended stop!

Blue Mound Cafe
5401 Blue Mound Rd, Saginaw
FB @bluemoundcafesaginaw
If you like pie for breakfast, be sure to check out Blue Mound Café! In the family-style setting, you will find breakfast bowls, perfectly cooked eggs, biscuits and gravy, and helpful, friendly staff.

Azle Café
1119 Boyd Rd, Azle
FB @azlecafe
Looking to spice things up for breakfast? Order up some eggs with jalapeños! “We Fix Hungry!” is their motto and they do not disappoint.  

The Beacon Café
12721 Business Hwy 287, Fort Worth
Upside-down pineapple pancakes, you say? Comin’ right up! Maybe grits and gravy will satisfy your hankerings. If a brunch buffet is your thing, you will love weekends at The Beacon. Diners say their weekend buffet is “over the top”. Super casual atmosphere and something for everyone, even the kids!

Ginger Brown's
6312 Jacksonboro HWY, Lake Worth
Southern comfort food at its finest! Enormous cinnamon rolls, food cooked just as you order it, and awesome service. “Great local eatery!” Check out the bakery, too!

2948 Crockett St, Fort Worth
“Upscale meets downhome” here with world-class food in a neighborhood setting.
A great place to kick back and connect while enjoying a Kobe beef cheeseburger omelet, avocado “toast”, or a mouth-watering caramel moonshine French toast sandwich. Start it all off with an Oh-So-Bloody Mary or a Mash’d mimosa.

First Watch
3001 Heritage Trace Pkwy Ste 101, Fort Worth
The healthy fare in addition to your favorite comfort foods with a twist -such as lemon ricotta pancakes. Fresh-squeezed juices, organic, gluten-free, and vegetarian options are available. First Watch also has outside seating and seasonal menu items. Highly recommended!

Old South Pancake House
1509 S University, Fort Worth
Bring the whole family for traditional southern cooking any time day or night! Must try: World Famous German Pancakes. Of course, you can have chicken and waffles, too!

New Day Café
4601 Boat Club Road, Suite 101, Fort Worth
Visitors say the service is top-notch and the décor is cozy and welcoming. Waffles are the shape of Texas and people rave about their pancakes. They also offer skillet meals and crepes if those tickle your taste buds!


Southern food is like a warm hug from a loved one - comforting, familiar, and always leaves you feeling happy.

The Capital Grill
800 Main St, Fort Worth
Best known for expertly prepared steaks, which are dry-aged in-house for
three weeks and then hand-cut by the restaurant's on-premises butcher. Over
350 wines to choose from to pair with your steak. Reservations are
recommended as this place is hoppin’!

The Lakehouse
9307 Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth
Indoor and outdoor dockside seating, live music, and friendly staff to boot.
Oh, and the food is good, too! Try the ghost pepper burger, fish and chips,
and sweet potato fries for sure. Nice kids’ choices, and you can bring Fido,
as well!

Eagles Point Bar and Grill
1029 N Saginaw Blvd # C6, Saginaw
Don’t let the outside deceive you - this is a hidden gem! Fun atmosphere,
excellent food, and even karaoke! Must try: G.O.A.T Macaroni and Cheese
with grilled shrimp and jalapenos. If burgers are your fancy, order the
Sagnasty Burger or the Haslet Burger. Diners love the portions and prices.

Rodeo Goat
2836 Bledsoe St, Fort Worth
Don’t drive by this rodeo-themed casual pub with barbequed meats and a
wide selection of beers. Creative smash burgers such as the Hot Bastard,
the Nanny Goat, and the Whiskey Burger. Great place to hang out and kid-friendly.

Eagles Nest Sports Grill 
8455 Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth
Different specials daily! Great place to watch a football game or golf on “the
biggest tv screen I’ve ever seen”. Or sit outside with your ribeye quesadilla
or steak fingers. Super friendly staff and the best burgers in the area!  Great live music!

Boomer Jacks
6701 Fossil Bluff Dr, Fort Worth
6800 NW Loop 820, Fort Worth

Brisket nachos, anyone? How about some Boozy Hot Chocolate? Locals love this place for celebrating with friends. Nice outside patio and fun waitstaff. Locals recommend the Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Bone-In Wings, and Fried Pickles.

Babe's Chicken Dinner House 
104 N Oak St, Roanoke
Babe's Chicken is a perfect spot for Southern-style family meals. The menu offers fried chicken, chicken fried steak, and biscuits with ample portions. Sides like mashed potatoes, green beans, and creamed corn are satisfying. The meals are served family style and the staff is a blast!

Reata Restaurant
310 Houston St, Fort Worth
If you enjoy dining on a rooftop with beautiful surroundings, this is the place.
Or sit in the more formal dining room. Either way, you will receive delicious
food and excellent service. Try the Buffalo Bison steak, Blackened Trout, or
Grilled Salmon.

Hookers Grill
213 W Exchange Ave, Fort Worth
FB @hookersgrillFTW
Outdoor eating only here! Known for their burgers, such as the Double Chili
Cheeseburger or Veggie burger, people head here after hanging out at
the Stockyards. Family-owned and operated. Wheelchair accessible.


Pendry's World of Chiles and Spices is a timeless Fort Worth tradition that has been around since 1870. Their mastery of the craft is evident in the delicious aromas of their selection of spices and chiles, which always leave me feeling warm and welcome. The staff is incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about their products, which makes shopping there a true pleasure. I can see why Pendry's has become a staple for spice enthusiasts in Fort Worth and beyond.

Texans Love Beef!

Eat Beef, The West Wasn't Won with a Salad!

For locals in Fort Worth, cattle history is deeply intertwined with their love for beef and steaks. In fact, it's hard to talk about the city's culinary scene without mentioning our steakhouses, some of which have been around since the 20s and are a must for anyone looking to experience the rich history and culture of Fort Worth.

Silver Fox Steakhouse
1651 S. University Dr., Fort Worth
With a world-class selection of over 2,600 wines, your dining experience here will be one to remember. Visitors say it’s a fun place to dine and the perfect place for celebrations. You’ll find mouth-watering cuts of meat with delicious sauces and burgers to satisfy your need for beef!
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
2900 Amador Dr, Fort Worth
Known for its scratch kitchen, bold flavors, and inviting atmosphere. Hang out at the Firebar for happy hour or enjoy the ambiance of the patio. Diners really enjoy the twist on different steak options such as the Cajun ribeye or the roasted garlic sirloin.
H3 Ranch
109 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth
If you're searching for an exceptional spot to enjoy a meal with your loved ones, H3 Ranch is the place to be! They're renowned for their delectable steaks, cooked to your exact preference. In fact, some have even claimed it to be the best steakhouse in Texas! The staff is incredibly friendly and attentive, ensuring that you have an exceptional dining experience. Make sure to reserve a table as this spot is a favorite among locals.  
Cattlemen's Steak House
2458 N Main St, Fort Worth
A casual, old-school restaurant that’s been serving up delicious meals since 1947! Check out the cow art and saloon bar after watching the cook sear your signature Heart o' Texas rib-eye over an open that is the dining room's focal point.
Sweetie Pie's Ribeyes 
6720 NE Loop 820, North Richland Hills 
If you're looking for a great place to gather with family, Sweetie Pie's is the spot to be! Named after the owner Paul's nickname for his wife, this local favorite is sure to satisfy your cravings. Their ribeyes are especially popular, all of which are Goodstock by Nolan Ryan® and fresh-cut before being seared to perfection at 550°. But that's not all they offer - you'll also find a delicious filet mignon, chicken fried ribeye, fried catfish, hamburgers, and plenty of other tasty options to choose from. Come on in and enjoy a meal at Sweetie Pie's!

Creekside Grill Restaurant
10400 Azle Hwy, Azle
It’s BYOB here and traditional American food. Find a seat on the patio and delight in the unexpected big taste in all their dishes. One diner even said, “No better surprise than this place!” An ample portion of prime rib that is cooked to perfection will definitely fill you up, but save room for the banana pudding!

Riscky's Steakhouse
120 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth
If you're looking for a taste of history in the Stockyards, you can't miss Riscky's Steakhouse. This iconic spot has been a favorite of ranchers, cattlemen, and cowboys since the 1920s. With multiple dining rooms, a full-service bar, and a banquet room that can accommodate up to 65 guests, there's something for everyone. Be sure to try their world-famous Calf Fries - they're a must-have!

Texans Have a Love Affair with Mexican Food!

Fort Worth has a fantastic range of Mexican cuisine, from the traditional dishes that are rooted in our Mexican heritage to the nationally renowned Tex-Mex variations. Regardless of which you choose, you'll discover that Texas Mexican cuisine has so much more to offer than just the classic crispy taco with yellow cheese.

El Paseo
5436 Jacksboro Hwy, Fort Worth

100 W Main St, Azle 
Old-school vibe and over 30 years in business! The menu items are packed
with flavor and the portion sizes are huge. Check out the spinach enchilada
and the seasoned chips and salsa for your starter.

Los Molcajetes
4320 Western Center Blvd, Fort Worth
Highly recommended by the locals for authentic Mexican fare. Interesting menu items like brisket tacos and quail Mexican-style, but also go-to favorites such as queso, chimichangas, and enchiladas. Order up a margarita and you’ll feel like you’re in Mexico!

Reata Restaurant
310 Houston St, Fort Worth
Reata is an upscale, ranch-themed restaurant with a Mexican flair.  Their layered chicken enchiladas have been a Fort Worth staple for years.  Be sure to try their jalapeno soup and their tenderloin tamales.  They have a beautiful bar area which makes a great place to meet before heading out on Sundance Square or join your friends on the rooftop patio for drinks or a dinner with romantic night lighting.

Pappasito’s Cantina
2704 West Freeway, Fort Worth
Turn your feast into a fiesta! Huge restaurant perfect for large groups. The
guac is reportedly “dangerously delicious” and the steak fajita can be heard
sizzling in the kitchen. Homemade tortillas wrapped warmly around Baja fish
tacos, paired with a frozen margarita will have you saying “Ole!” before you
know it.

Joe T. Garcias
2201 N Commerce St, Fort Worth
"Joe T's", as the locals call it, has been a Fort Worth tradition since 1935.  Casual digs with a stunning patio that has a Spanish mansion feel. The line can be long, so grab a pitcher of margaritas and sway to the Mariachi band while you wait for your table. Order the fajita nachos and you’ll see why it’s worth it!  Be sure to bring CASH, because that is also a "Joe T's" tradition.

Chuy’s Mexican Restaurant
9120 Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth

Make this a go-to spot for ice-cold beer and the best Mexican food for the
price. The restaurant is adorable with great music and a very friendly staff.
Locals say it feels like family when you walk in. You won’t be disappointed!

Mexican Inn Cafe 
6709 Lake Worth Blvd, Lake Worth
Over 85 years in Fort Worth and they are still bringing in the crowds.  The Lake Work location is one of their many locations now in Fort Worth.  Their Arroz con Pollo (chicken and rice) is always a crowd pleaser, but they are most famous for their freshly made corn chips and corn tortillas.  


If it's not from TEXAS it ain't BBQ

LocalCraft BBQ
412 FM718, Newark
(682) 224-5370
Pork bombs are the bomb according to the locals, and many say this is the best BBQ around. The green chili corn is a top-notch side and if you’re a meat fanatic, order the Three Meat plate. Maybe you’ll prefer the Black Pepper Sausage and all the trimmings.  Either way, the friendly staff, and owner will make sure your BBQ choices fill you up and make you want to return!

Heim BBQ on the River
5333 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth
Outdoor seating at its finest! Kid-friendly, live music, and awesome location. The bacon-wrapped burnt ends are “to die for” but get there early because they sell out fast!  Diners recommend the Sliced Brisket Plate and the Brisket Sandwich. Kick it up a notch with the Jalapeno sausage. You won’t be disappointed!

Red’s BBQ
7335 Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth and
12509 Business Hwy 287 N #104, Fort Worth
“Great food, great price, great customer service.” What else is there to say? Red's now has two locations.  Sure, one place is inside the Shell station, but it’s authentic smoked BBQ and the menu is substantial.

Shady Oak Barbeque and Grill
6364 Sandshell Dr, Fort Worth
(817) 306-7812
This place is the epitome of classic BBQ joints. Set inside a rustic stone barn with outdoor tables and live music on the weekends. The atmosphere alone is worth the visit, and the food just tops it off. Locals recommend Chopped beef, Loaded baked potatoes, and Chicken Fried Chicken.

Riscky’s BBQ
2314 Azle Ave, Fort Worth
(817) 624-8662
Originated as a market in 1927 and is now a popular spot for BBQ and smoked meats. Slow-smoked for hours, the world-renowned barbeque is hand-rubbed with “Riscky Dust”. According to the local folks, this place is a legend in Texas BBQ. Not only that, but the décor is eclectic with photos of movie stars and memorabilia. Always something new to see.

Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que
301 Stockyards Blvd, Fort Worth
Home of the original world-famous “Big Chop.” All homemade and delicious, the family-style buffet served on picnic tables with all the “fixins” makes this the perfect place to visit before heading to the rodeo. You might want to keep eating, though, so plan accordingly!

Angelo’s BBQ
2533 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth
Smoked mac and cheese, pulled pork tacos, loaded baked potato…is your mouth watering yet? Highly recommended by locals. The inside is totally Texan and completely unpretentious. A sure stop if you’re in Fort Worth!


Life is about experiencing the PASTA-bilities!

Taste of Italy
8469 Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth
BYOB to this yummy and locally owned eatery. Nothing fancy here – just delicious pizza and
pasta. Locals have deemed this to be a hidden gem of the area. The outside patio is delightful and they have gluten-free pizza!

Oliva Italian Eatery
12477 Timberland Blvd Ste 633, Fort Worth
Don’t let the location fool you! This is a family-owned hidden gem. The menu is full of Italian
favorites including bruschetta, penne ala vodka, Veal parmigiana, and every kind of pasta you
can imagine. You will definitely need a box to go. Locals love this place and proclaim that Olivia
is passionate about food, so be prepared to have a grand culinary adventure!

Café Bella
3548 S Hills Ave Ste 19, Fort Worth
Locals have been dining here for twenty years and say you will become one of the family!
BYOB and sit on the patio with your favorite pasta dish. Twirl some angel hair or dive into
some eggplant rollatini. Whatever you choose, it will be fresh and delicious!

iFratelli Pizza
5836 SW Loop 820, Fort Worth
Take out or delivery only, but the dough is made fresh every day. Feed a crowd or your family!
People rave about the fresh ingredients and the perfectly made crust.

Palio's Pizza Cafe Azle
168 Park Pl, Azle
Yes, there’s an app for that! Order your favorite to be delivered or picked up. Or head on in for
the lunch buffet and the best pizza in Fort Worth, “hands down.” Top it off with a pitcher of
beer, and you are good to go!

Bosses Pizza
6059 Lake Worth Blvd, Fort Worth
This is the original Bosses pizza which has now grown into a chain.  They are a family business where everything is made with love and passion and they have become a local pizza tradition.  In addition to pizza, check out the great salad, sandwich, and burger menu.  

2813 S Cherry Ln, Fort Worth
Checkered tablecloths let you know that this is a mom-and-pop place that’s been serving up
pizza since 1968. It’s like a walk into the past in all the right ways: jukebox, games for
entertainment, and a great family place. Locals say this is the best thin-crust pizza in town. And
the buffet is fresh, clean, and always fully stocked.  Be patient, this small venue often has people waiting in line.


Diving into a sea of flavors.

Seafood lovers cannot miss out on the fantastic options available in Fort Worth, Texas. Indulge in the exquisite seafood platter, a rich and flavorful lobster bisque, mounds of crab or a perfectly seared salmon. These restaurants is an absolute must!

Boo Rays of New Orleans
5728 Boat Club Rd, Fort Worth
New Orleans cooking with a laidback vibe and large portions. The colorful décor will be a feast
for your eyes while you enjoy a cold beer from the tap and peruse the menu. After eating the
Shrimp and Crawfish Fondue and the Seafood Platter you won’t be able to wait for your next

2708 West Fwy, Fort Worth
Have a hankering for something Cajun? Let the fun and memorable wait staff suggest
something that won’t disappoint! The outside patio is the perfect place to wait while you steal
glances at the dishes going by and your senses perk up at the colors and aromas filling the
space! Grouper, jalapeno rice, oysters, and of course, seafood gumbo!

Eddie V's Prime Seafood
3100 W 7th St, Fort Worth
If you’re looking for something a bit fancier, this is the place. Elegant fine dining and a lounge
featuring live jazz complement the oyster bar and seafood creations. You will be entranced by
perhaps the best seafood you’ve ever eaten. Try the lobster mashed potatoes for certain!
Diners say, “The service is excellently executed with high professionalism from all staff.” Top
that with a colorful cocktail and finish off with a scrumptious dessert!

The Crab Station
2701 Bello Hill Ln #131, Fort Worth
Eating here is an event! Some dishes are prepared right at your table. The menu is loaded with
flavorful boiled seafood, such as crawfish, shrimp, snow crabs, blue crabs, and octopus. Get a
spicy kick from the homemade garlic butter Cajun sauce. Casual space with friendly and
attentive wait staff.

CoCo Shrimp
318 Bryan Ave, Fort Worth
For the shrimp lover in you! The menu is simple but done right. Set in an industrial locale with
surfboards and brick walls, the Hawaiian-inspired dishes will satisfy all your taste buds. Each
menu item is served with your choice of one of the five shrimp flavors. And be sure to try the
Coco Taco!

Shell Shack
3001 Heritage Trace Pkwy #105, Fort Worth
Alligator tenders, anyone? How about the best crab legs you’ve ever eaten? They even have a
dish named “Date Night” and offer a Daily Deal meal. If you like hush puppies, this place has
them down to perfection. The seafood boils are completely customizable, so order up
whatever you like! Winner of the best seafood in Dallas for eight years running.

Joe's Crab Shack
3040 Western Center Blvd, Fort Worth
Buckets of crab, grilled or fried seafood, and key lime pie in an informal setting. Great family
restaurant. You will be treated like a rock star by the wait staff while the kids romp in the play
area. Have your meal outside – maybe the Corona lime steam pot or the Old Bay steam pot.
Either way, you will be happy you stopped here!

Waters Restaurant
301 Main St. Fort Worth
A refined restaurant with nautical décor and a beautiful patio. Order the lobster mac and
cheese, authentic gumbo, or the Oysters and Shrimp Cocktail for sure. The presentation is
gorgeous and will not only make your mouth water, but will also be some of the best-tasting
food you’ve ever eaten.


Exploring the culinary delights of Asian and Mediterranean cuisine is like a joyful adventure to a wonderland of flavors - exciting, exotic, and always leaves you feeling satisfied.
Aladdin Mediterranean Café
9500 Ray White Rd #163, Fort Worth
Some of the locals eat here several times a week! Tzatziki sauce is made daily and has been described as “cool, fresh, and herbaceous.” The food here is so authentic even the people with Greek heritage eat here. You will not be disappointed.
Istanbul Grill
401 Throckmorton St, Fort Worth
Turkish food with an American inspiration cooked to perfection. Diners say it almost feels European with the pace of the courses coming to the table. Kid-friendly and nice ambiance. All kinds of kebabs, hunkar begendi, moussaka, and gyros are sure to delight along with the Turkish wines and friendly staff. Highly recommended by locals.
Rachel's Mediterranean Grill
2801 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Fort Worth
Old family recipes combined with a “fast-casual twist” provide healthy options full of flavor. Have fun with the customizable menu and open kitchen setting where everything is cooked to order. The Greek fries are a favorite and the bowls are filled with veggies and brown rice, and the garlic sauce is “amazing!”
Luna Grill
8825 Tehama Ridge Pkwy Suite 321, Fort Worth
Counter-service spot with a relaxed atmosphere and super fresh falafels. Favorites are the Gyro Plate, Baklava, Santorini Bowl, Falafel, and Modern Greek Wrap. Great place to stop after a day of shopping!
Moe’s Gyro
6600 North Fwy #108, Fort Worth
(817) 349-8782
Family-run Mediterranean restaurant with delicious offerings including sandwiches, wings, and shawarma. Even the door dash drivers eat here after smelling the aroma of flavors from their pick-ups. Gyros are a favorite because the lamb is sheared right from the spit. You will have a hard time eating just one!
Galilee Falafel & Shawarma
6116 Lake Worth Blvd suite 400, Lake Worth
FB @GalileeLakeworth
Super cute eatery comes highly rated. The bowls are the way to go, and you can sample all the sauces before you order. Vegetarian options are available. This will be your new shawarma spot!
Char’d: Southeast Asian Kitchen
8901 Tehama Ridge Pkwy #137, Fort Worth
Bringing comfort food to a healthier level, Char’d offers options for all kinds of diets, whether Paleo, Low Carb, Gluten-free, or Dairy-free. Their “Make Your Own Bowl” experience is sure to please the pickiest palate. Be sure to try the Nom Fries and the Bao Buns Chicken. Really cool mural for picture taking if that’s your thing. 


Stressed is dessert spelled backward.

Jason's Deli
6500 NW Loop 820 Ste 116, Fort Worth
This independent, family-owned business that's been serving up goodies since 1976. They offer both healthy and indulgent options, and you won't find any high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, artificial flavors, or dyes in their products. Make sure to treat yourself to their famous strawberry shortcake and cheesecake!
Blue Mound Café
5401 Blue Mound Rd, Fort Worth
FB @bluemoundcafesaginaw
If you're a pie lover, you simply have to check out Blue Mound. The word is out and folks from all over can't stop talking about their mouth-watering pies that are baked fresh each day. Their pies are so fresh, that they don't even list them on the menu - you'll only find them displayed in the pie case.
Swiss Pastry Shop
3936 W Vickery Blvd, Fort Worth
FB @swisspastryshop
If you're a fan of delectable cakes and pies, then you definitely need to check out the Swiss Pastry Shop in Fort Worth. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, and the staff is friendly and attentive. Be sure and try the Black Forest Cake, it has kept locals coming back since 1973.
6450 North Fwy, Fort Worth
6401 Lake Worth Blvd, Lake Worth 
Some people prefer ice cream for dinner, and if that’s you, this is your spot. Old-fashioned banana splits, decadent hot fudge sundaes, creamy milkshakes, and a variety of ice cream mixes. Stop in for dinner but have dessert instead!
Slice Dessert Bar
109 E Main St, Azle
Great staff who treat their customers like family while they provide Red Velvet, Wedding Cake, Banana Pudding, Chocolate Mousse and Chocolate Cream Cheese, and Pineapple Paradise Cake Served Daily.  Sundaes, Banana Splits, Cones, Shakes, and Malts are made to order.  A wonderful selection of fresh deli sandwiches and salads.

Pop N Cream
2600 W 7th St #135, Fort Worth
Retro candy and ice cream shoppe with POPCORN! Over 70 flavors of popcorn for you to choose from and go ahead and get two bags because you will eat one in the car on the way home. Check out the candy by the pound - just like when you were a kid. Oh, and don’t forget the ice cream!