Howdy partner, and welcome to Camp Bowie District! If you’re looking for the best place to grab a bite to eat, look no further than Fort Worth’s historic Camp Bowie Boulevard. From Tex-Mex to Italian to good old American cuisine, there is something for you to enjoy!
Got an hour or less?
Below we have listed some quick, delicious, and iconic Fort Worth restaurants that are sure to make your mouth water!
ROY POPE GROCERY
Originally opened on the Bricks in 1943, Roy Pope Grocery is a neighborhood market with lots of history and character. With a fully functioning coffee shop, a fully developed hot and cold menu for in-store dining or on-the-go, you do not want to miss this Fort Worth favorite.
THE MEAT BOARD
The Meat Board focuses on providing premium, strategically sourced meats and great service. They utilize scientific techniques and attention to every detail from ranch to your table, to deliver an exceptional experience for every single customer – just come try one of their sandwiches and see for yourself!
This cheery café offers health-conscious American food and drinks in a bright setting. With dine-in and to-go options, you don’t have to sacrifice quality ingredients for convenience at Righteous Foods.
THE LUNCH BOX
A Fort Worth legacy since 1946, Kincaid’s Hamburgers is a favorite for their iconic hamburgers, fries, shakes, and more. Now run by the third generation of the founding family, the attention to detail and tradition is what makes every Kincaid’s hamburger exceptional!
For an on-the-go lunch, The Lunch Box is the perfect place to grab a sandwich, soup, or salad. They are only open for lunch, so you’re going to want to pay this Camp Bowie favorite a visit for your midday meal!
OLIVELLA'S PIZZA & WINE
Olivella’s was started by the third oldest pizza family from Naples, Italy, offering a full menu of pastas, pizzas, salads, paninis, and desserts. Serving food from the most authentic recipes with an incredible wine selection, Olivella’s is the perfect place for an incredible slice of pizza.
THE ORIGINAL MEXICAN RESTAURANT
The Original is Fort Worth’s oldest restaurant, having served five generations since its founding. They use only the best and freshest ingredients to make the best Tex-Mex possible for each of their customers.
Fort Worth favorite Tokyo Café is truly a modern take on Japanese cuisine. With creative twists on traditional Japanese dishes and a family-friendly atmosphere, Tokyo Café is ready to serve you today.
WORLD OF BEER
Located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, World of Beer is a fun, casual place to grab a quality meal at a great price. It is the perfect place for lively conversation, delicious menu items, and a quick beer.
A newer addition to Camp Bowie District, Pizza Verde is a perfect place for the health-conscious pizza lover. With a vegan twist on traditional pizza recipes, you truly have not tasted a menu as creative or delicious until you have visited this restaurant.
Want to eat at your leisure?
Cowtown is full of spots that will have you savoring every bite.
CONTEMPORARY CASUAL DINING
PIOLA ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Piola features home-cooked Italian favorites served in a repurposed '40s-era cottage with a shady patio. It is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal outside while taking in the atmosphere.
WINSLOW'S WINE CAFE
Located on the historical bricks of Camp Bowie Boulevard, Winslow’s is a local spot for pizza, simple New American fare & by-the-glass wine. Enjoy a meal and a glass of wine next by their fire pit, with a great view of Camp Bowie Boulevard.
Down-home American fare & clever martinis served in a warm setting with colorful artwork & a patio. Michael’s prides itself on delivering contemporary ranch cuisine with a sophisticated dining area and is located only a few minutes away from Dickies Arena.
CAMPISI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
With a rich history and a family legacy, Campisi’s is a perfect place to enjoy thin crust pizzas and classic Italian fare. Campisi’s is a family favorite in Fort Worth, with reasonable prices and delicious food.
LUCILE'S SEASIDE BISTRO
Lucile’s is a landmark family restaurant serving traditional American fare in a homey, historical setting. It has lived on Camp Bowie Boulevard since 1993 and serves the perfect comfort food, from lobster rolls to their unbeatable lobster bisque.
Set in a cozy house, this upscale bistro delivers refined takes on homestyle French cuisine. From delectable hors d’oeuvres to an astonishing array of mouthwatering main courses, St. Emilion will immediately become your favorite place to dine.
This new addition to the Boulevard serves exceptionally well-prepared Gulf Coast inspired seafood and steaks, in a comfy elegant environment. Fitzgerald is a place for "people" old and young, to come to eat, drink, and celebrate life, family, and friends.
DON ARTEMIO RESTAURANT
Don Artemio is a culinary space in which the flavors of the cuisine of Northeast Mexico are recreated with contemporary airs. Located in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District, Don Artemio has a refreshing and modern menu with ingredients from Fort Worth and Mexico.
Located in the cultural District of Fort Worth just west of downtown, Paris 7th brings elements from the Paris 7th District in France to Fort Worth, with menu items from caviar to foie gras.
With cooking influences straight from Siena, Italy, this restaurant is the perfect blend of traditional Italian cuisine and wild game specialties. In addition to the incredible menu items, there is an equally impressive wine menu of which the head chef is rightfully proud.
EXPLORE EVEN MORE ON THE BOULEVARD
Dining on Camp Bowie Boulevard is just the beginning of your Fort Worth adventure. Have some extra time to kill? Visit on of our many boutiques and retailers, with something for everyone. Tour one of the many museums in Fort Worth's Cultural District.