|Fort Worth Botanic Garden Center and Conservatory|
Application was made to the National Register of Historic Places and can be viewed online. It is an interesting, if extensive document, in that it gives the history and physical structure of
|Red veined bracts|
There are plenty of things to see and do in Fort Worth, as well as lots of places to grab a snack! For information about my rating system, see Reading the Reviews.
What we did:
Fort Worth Botanic Garden (3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard, Fort Worth, Texas, 817-392-
|White flowering plant|
What we ate:
|Three and one-half carrots|
The Gardens Restaurant (3220 Rock Springs Road, Fort Worth, TX 76107, 817-731 – 2547) is a pretty little place with seating both indoors and out. The day we were there, it was full outside but seating was available inside. They were also hosting a luncheon of some
|Left T to B: Gardens menu, Reuben sandwich|
Right: Apricot chicken sandwicn
The City of Fort Worth has sprawled in all directions, having a rather lace-like quality to its
eastern boundary. Although
you may believe that you are in Keller, Watauga, Haslet, Saginaw or some other
small town, you’re actually in Fort Worth. And that’s why this entry is
included in this blog: we were in Fort Worth and didn’t know it.
|Fort Worth skyline|
|Four carrots, but only for the food!|
Tom + Chee (#137, 8901 Tehama Ridge Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76177, 817-847-7635) is all the things I don’t like in an eatery. The menu is on the wall, you order at the counter, you
|Top L to R: Menu, Crunchy BBQ sandwich|
Bottom L to R: Drink, Build Your Own sandwich
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