Sip on a cool cocktail at Ferre Restaurant in Fort Worth.
We all usually enjoy the prospect of trying something new. How could we not? When you are out and about, perusing various types of dining in Fort Worth, you may be drawn in one direction or another. Though, there may be no more distinct a place to get a fun and crafty drink than at Ferre Restaurant. Check out their cocktail menu and see if you agree.
But Ferre is more than just drinks. In fact Ferre won the Critic’s Choice Award for Best Chef Sean Alvarez in 2010 from the Fort Worth Weekly. They offer a contemporary Italian-Tuscan menu and the atmosphere is both cutting edge and warm, highfalutin and unpretentious.
This knowledge of things some others just don’t know is reflected in the top-shelf service which is afforded the customers who come through. If the wait staff hasn’t told you something off the cuff that you didn’t already know, then chances are you eat out at Ferre too often!
At the end of the day the dining in a place like Ferre is all about the experience; people keep replaying the experience again and again so they must be doing something right! Try an unusual cocktail at Ferre Restaurant Fort Worth.
Defrost from the chill of winter with one of these concerts in Fort Worth.
If you’re looking for events in Fort Worth that are music filled, and you love country (and other music), you’re in luck this December! Here are some upcoming concerts head to Cowtown this December that you won’t want to miss:
Sunday, December 30th: The Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie will be hosting R&B performer Trey Songz.
Monday, December 31st: Enjoy New Year’s Eve at Billy Bob’s with a late night performance (10:30pm) of the Casey Donahew Band.
There are tons of events in Fort Worth this December that you won’t want to miss out on. Grab a friend or two and get your tickets as soon as possible for these performers coming to the area this month!
Check out these easy ways to organize your walk-in closet.
Are your closets overflowing with clothes? Have you been unable to navigate through the walk-in closet at your apartment in Fort Worth? If your closets are in disarray, note a few of these handy tips on organizing and optimizing the storage space in a walk-in closet.
First, evaluate how much space you have and what clutter needs to be tossed. Consider whether or not some of your friends in the area might be interested in some of your old DVDs or books in your closet. Donate the remainder to local charities such as Goodwill or the Salvation Army.
Determine placement of the remaining space, after you have removed the clutter. Divide your walk-in closet into zones so that accessories and clothing are easy to grab. Hang dresses with similar length and the same goes for blouses and shirts. Instead of looking for items in the back of your closet, store them in clear storage bins so you know exactly what is stored.
Remove all of your shoes from the floor and place them in a shoe rack, which you should hang from the back of your door. Smaller closet items like scarves, belts and even your pursues can hang from closet hooks.
Staying organized will make life more pleasant, so whip your apartment in Fort Worth into shape with a few of these organization tips.
Shop for a wide assortment of holiday gifts at these boutiques in Cowtown.
Are you looking for local vendors to buy your holiday gifts for this year? If so, look no further than these three unique shops located near your apartment in Fort Worth. Each and everyone of these stores should have gift options range from music CD’s to children’s candy, all of which should light up your family’s mood this holiday season.
The Candy Barrel – The Candy Barrel, located at the Stockyard shops here in Fort Worth, is a child’s dream come true as they offer several varieties of sweets for you to choose from this holiday season.
Ernest Tubb Record Shop – Wander around the Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop to find that perfect gift for the Country music fan in your life. The store also offers fans of Ernest Tubb the opportunity to buy his DVDs, as well as plenty of other bluegrass and gospel records.
Central Market – Visit the Central Market here in Fort Worth to pick up gifts such as spices, grill rubs and Texas style salsa. You’ll find that special ingredient you need to jazz up your holiday cookies this season at Central Market.
Join one of these December road races headed to the DFW.
Spice up the daily workout at your apartment in Fort Worth with fitness center by adding a run this December. There are lots of great fun runs going on in the Metroplex, so don’t miss the chance to show off your running skills at one of these great marathons!
Don’t miss the Metro PCS Dallas Marathon & Half Marathon on December 9. This race goes all the way around beautiful White Rock Lake Park and the Dallas Arboretum. This scenic race is open to everyone whether you’re running or walking.
Check out the Mayor’s Race 5K which will be held on December 8, which is the day before the Metro PCS Marathon. Take part in this 3.1 mile race that may be easier for kids and people that want to get involved in the weekend of race events. There will also be a one-mile race, too. It’s also a good warm up for runners of the Marathon the next day.
Get into the holiday spirit at the Dallas Jingle Bell Run on December 19. It will benefit charity, and be fun for everyone including families. There’s a 5K as well as a one–mile race.
All of these races are not too far away! If you’re interested in running, register now, and start to train!
Bring your dog to these obedience schools in Fort Worth.
The holidays are fast approaching, and your puppy has a problem: he’s not very well behaved. Guests will be coming to help celebrate the season, but your canine companion is in sore need of some training that will help him behave well around your guests during the holiday season.
Luckily, there are plenty of programs available to help you and your pet get through the holidays in your pet-friendly apartment near Trinity Trails. Because with dozens of obedience schools around Fort Worth, your pet should not be the downfall of any of your holiday gatherings.
BW Dog Training Service offers the services of professional dog trainer Bill Whatley. He helps train dogs in obedience, socialization, and even to be good guard dogs. He can come to your home for private instruction, or you can contact him to find out what his class schedule is like.
Contact Man’s Best Friend for help with your dog. They offer training with obedience and can help solve whatever issues you and your pet may be having just in time for the holidays.
Taming The Wild Side uses positive reinforcement to help teach dogs to behave properly. Trainer Karen Pryor uses games and fun to make teaching your dog to act more obedient a more rewarding experience.
Surround yourself with holiday pomp and lights at these attractions in Fort Worth.
Living in an apartment in Dallas/Fort Worth during the holiday season is a lot of fun for everyone. There are actually many great ways to break out the season in and around town. For starters, you can come out and celebrate by getting lost in the holiday lights all over the DFW. Here are some of Fort Worth’s best spots to see holiday lights this year!
Texas Motor Speedway: Opening November 21 through January 6th, The Texas Motor Speedway is a great place to get out and be immersed in holiday lights! Located at 3545 Lone Star Circle, this would be a fun locale to begin the holidays with tons of bright LED lights.
Fort Worth Parade of Lights: Happening November 23rd, this 30th annual parade of lights supported by Chesapeake Energy is a great way to kick off the holidays in style in downtown Fort Worth!
Sundance Square Christmas Tree Ceremony: Just after the parade of lights, the tree lighting ceremony’s happening on Main Street between 3rd and 4th Streets. This fun event features Santa and will be full of spirit!
Fort Worth Stockyards: The Holiday Lights tour at Fort Worth Stockyards is actually a bus tour, though it doesn’t diminish the gravitas of this fun holiday event. Taking off December 9 at 7 p.m. this holiday lights tour is an amazing trip.
Come celebrate the spirit of the season at one of these holiday lights-themed events!
Retrace the history of Kimbell at their special exhibition on display until December.
Have you heard the news? The Kimbell Art Museum is turning 40! This month, come help this wonderful part of Fort Worth’s culture celebrate their anniversary with a very special exhibition that will be on display at the museum itself, which is located close to your luxury apartment in Uptown Fort Worth!
The exhibit will showcase over 220 masterpieces that will go in order of when they were first seen in the Kimbell, in order to tell the story of the museum’s last 40 years of existence. A few of these pieces are very rare and rarely seen, so this is a wonderful chance to see some amazing art at the museum we all love.
The display will end with the most recent museum acquisition, which are the renderings of the Renzo Piano building which will open next year. Don’t miss this special exhibit which is on display until December 30. Admission is free, as always, to see this once in a lifetime exhibition, so make plans to check it out if you’re a lover of art and culture.
If you love the FW Arts District, and would like to move here, contact Lincoln Trinity Bluff for leasing information today!