There’s no need to leave the hotel for a memorable dining experience. Though the area surrounding Omni Fort Worth Hotel is rife with steakhouses, you can’t beat Bob’s Steak & Chop House for bone-in rib-eye, seared duck breast, New York strip steak or a juicy T-bone. Seafood lovers can indulge too: crab cakes, jumbo shrimp scampi and broiled salmon are all on the menu.
If you decide to head off-property, consider the modern American eatery, Grace. Here, you’ll find treasures like a chilled seafood tower, a bacon-wrapped stuffed filet, a rack of lamb and roasted monkfish, in addition to an extensive wine list.
After enjoying some fine dining, nothing will put you in better spirits than Four Day Weekend, a local improv comedy show featuring audience participation and suggestions. For nearly two hours, you’ll laugh so hard you’ll cry as the troupe’s original founders perform live.
Then, before heading back to the hotel for the night, go see some live music. Lola’s is one of the coolest spots in town to catch a live show. This nationally recognized venue is a major contributor to the music scene in Fort Worth. Another lively option is Magnolia Motor Lounge, a fun watering hole that serves up burgers, sandwiches and local bands.