Leon Bridges knows there's a lot to explore in his hometown of Fort Worth, TX. The area's rich cultural and culinary fabric has helped shape Bridges' unique musical aesthetic and discerning sense of style. These are his favorite Fort Worth spots.Less
"It’s my good friend’s spot, but doesn’t change the fact that it’s the best coffee in town. I love coming here to write or catch up with friends."
"New Black-owned hotel in Ft. Worth that’s a much needed addition to the city."
"Favorite low-key sushi spot. Reminds me of all the great strip mall places in Los Angeles, but with a Texas take."
"This is the venue where I cut my teeth. I would come here and play a couple songs after my dishwashing gig, and I’m forever indebted to them letting me take the mic. One of the few great music venues in Fort Worth."
"Where I go when I need to recharge and sometimes workout. I spent a lot of time here during the pandemic and it really helped me get through the monotony of lockdown."
"If you’re looking for a place to mingle and have a glass of wine come here and tell them Leon sent you."
"This place is perfect for tossing back a couple brews with the homies. They also have delicious bar food, and I’d highly recommend getting the sliders and wings."
"Tough call, but maybe the best Mexican restaurant in Fort Worth. It’s off the beaten path but definitely a gem."
"No trip here is complete without stepping into to Stockyards. This place truly embodies the essence of Fort Worth. Coming here feels like stepping back to a time where all the cowboys and cattle roamed. Touristy by our standards, but still feels authentically our own."
"After a big night in Dallas or Ft. Worth, this is where I start curing my hangover. They have some great juices and smoothies, which help bring me back to life."