LEAGUE Loves Fort Worth: Some of Our Favorite Patios!

It’s patio season! As summer arrives in Fort Worth, the weather has been warming but is not yet hotter than Hades. It’s that time of year when Fort Worthians take to the streets and trails to walk, bike and, of course, eat! Our city offers plenty of options when it comes to outdoor eating, from laid back to sophisticated, from burgers to wine cafes. We asked our agents where they like to go to enjoy outdoor dining and here are their responses on some of their favorite patios in Fort Worth!

HG Supply Fort Worth

HG Supply


Right on the Trinity River and offering an array of delicious, clean eating options, HG Supply has quickly become a Fort Worth favorite. Started by four friends in Dallas, HG stands for “Hunter-Gatherer,” which hints at the hearty, wholesome fare they offer up. They also offer top-notch craft cocktails and a laid-back open-air environment. Bring your kids, bring your pets, or bring your significant other. We highly recommend staying for the sunset salute, when the manager offers a collective toast to the day! Learn More

Kellie Bullinger - Fort Worth

Kellie Bullinger


When the weather is nice you can't beat HG Supply in Westbend! My family loves sitting on the river, watching bikers and soaking in the sun. The food is also incredible and offers something for everyone.

Gemelle Fort Worth


The River District

Tim Love’s newest restaurant venture has been stirring up quite the buzz lately. Named after his twin daughters, Ella and Anna, Gemelle (which means “twins” in Italian and is pronounced “jay-MEL-leh”) serves up fresh Italian fare in a garden patio environment. Growing its own vegetables and herbs on site, the real glory of this spot is it’s outdoor space. Guests can wander among the gardens, play bocce ball, and enjoy impeccable pizzas and pastas on a vibrant patio. Learn More

Zach Overturf Fort Worth

Zach Overturf

Broker Associate

My wife and I live in the River District and feel the new Gemelle restaurant on the Trinity River is a great addition to our community! We love how inviting the outdoor space is with the beautiful garden-style patio, individual cabanas, and a bocce ball court. You can find us enjoying a walk on the river after great Italian cuisine, a glass of wine, and fun yard games on any given night.

Reata Rooftop Restaurant

Reata’s Rooftop


Reata was founded in 1995 in Alpine, Texas by rancher Al Micallef and businessman Mike Evans. But their “crowning glory” and favorite location is the one in Sundance Square, which opened its doors in 2002. Famous for their mouthwatering Texas cuisine, the downtown location boasts a rooftop bar and patio with gorgeous views of the city and a breezy atmosphere even on the warmest of Texas evenings. The food, the atmosphere, and the drinks are some of the best Fort Worth has to offer. Learn More

Sara Drehobl

Sara Drehobl


“This is a toughie for me but if I had to choose my favorite patio in Fort Worth I'd have to go with Reata's rooftop patio. The views up there before, during and after sunset are absolutely breathtaking and really show downtown in all its beauty. Not to mention, Reata's food is absolutely to die for paired with their upscale western motif it is totally up this Texas Gal's alley!”

Winslow's Wine Cafe Fort Worth

Winslow’s Wine Cafe

Arlington Heights

On the bricks of Camp Bowie you will find a beautiful little restaurant and wine bar called Winslow’s. Named after a beloved blue-heeler puppy, Winslow’s was founded by two brothers who wanted to create a neighborhood gathering place. Today it is just that, an atmosphere both relaxed and sophisticated offering a truly superb menu as well as an impressive wine list. Learn More

Mark Philpot Fort Worth

Mark Philpot


“For a date night, it’s hard to go wrong with Winslow’s. Great food, quality wines, and a fire pit! Ambiance is important, and Winslow’s knows how to offer up the perfect blend of comfort and elegance.”

Press Cafe Fort Worth

Press Cafe


A newer addition to the Fort Worth restaurant world, Press offers many unique features including a modern aesthetic, a large patio upstairs for events, plenty of outdoor seating and fire pits for the colder months, as well as a large open space for games, events, and a farmers market on the weekends. On top of this its location right on the Trinity River makes it a popular watering hole for bikers, joggers, or families out enjoying the Trinity Trails. Learn More

Laura Thomas

Laura Thomas


 “Press Cafe is one of our favorites - for a date night, hanging out with friends or with the whole family. The food is fantastic, and every time I am there I feel like I'm on a little vacation. It's a getaway within the city limits!

Central Market Fort Worth

Central Market

Chapel Hill Shopping Center off Hulen

On a beautiful weekend in Fort Worth you are pretty much guaranteed to run into someone you know on the large, open-air patio at Central Market. Part grocery store and part gourmet delicatessen, Central Market offers something for everyone. You can grab a sandwich or pizza from the counter, create your own salad, or warm up a prepared meal from their incredible selection. You can grab a bottle of wine or a couple of cold beers to share with friends and sit and enjoy live music under the Texas sky. And if you have kids, the playground adjacent to the patio is a lifesaver. Learn More

Heather Teems Fort Worth

Heather Teems


 “It’s a running joke with our friends that we are always at Central Market! But where else can you find a great patio, food for every picky eater, great beer and wine selection, live music and a playground for the kids?! Centrally located, it’s a great spot for us to meet up with other families on a Friday evening!

Rodeo Goat Fort Worth

Rodeo Goat

West 7th Area

If you bring up favorite burgers in Fort Worth you may start a heated and never-ending debate. However, most will agree that the burgers offered up at Rodeo Goat are some of the best in town. Offering everything from classic to exotic (try the “Salted Sow” made with Italian sausage or the “Bad Hombre” which includes mango pico, maple bacon, and a cream cheese spread), the atmosphere exudes Fort Worth casual with nods to our rodeo roots. The outdoor space is large and seating at the picnic tables is abundant. Brings friends or family and be prepared to leave incredible full! Learn More

Mayra Medina Fort Worth

Mayra Medina


 “My favorite patio spot is Rodeo Goat. Family friendly place where my husband and I can enjoy a cold beer from their extensive selection and my favorite burger the Caca Oaxaca.

spiral diner

Spiral Diner


You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy this funkytown gem. Right in the heart of Near Southside’s Magnolia Ave, Spiral has the feel of a 1950’s diner and serves up all kinds of tempting fare with the added environmental, health, and humanitarian bonus that it’s all vegan! When the weather is nice, you can enjoy vegan pancakes or Nachos Supremo on the small brick patio and watch the people of Magnolia pass by. Learn More

Billy Moore

Billy Moore


 “My family has been friends with the women who started SD for years and we love spending time there. The picnic tables are the best place to waste an entire day. We have done it more times than I can admit to. Nachos both kinds and the triple-double! They also use my wife’s jam for the ghost burger.

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