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How To Build The Perfect Girls' Day Out in Fort Worth

Looking for the perfect way to spend quality time with your girlfriends in Fort Worth, Texas? Look no further! From trendy cafes to vibrant art districts, Fort Worth offers an array of exciting destinations tailor-made for a memorable Girls Day Out. Whether you're craving a leisurely brunch, a shopping spree, or an afternoon of cultural exploration, this city has something to offer for every taste and interest. Join us as we uncover the best spots to indulge, relax, and create unforgettable moments with your closest gal pals in Cowtown.

1. patio drinks at birdie's

Birdie's Social Club has a great stage for live music, their outdoor seating is plentiful, and the Happy Hour deals are pretty legit, too. Wednesday through Friday from 3-7 p.m., grab $3 domestic brews and wells while listening to some local live music and enjoying the springtime breeze in the air.

2. second rodeo brewing

This sprawling brewhouse and beer garden is the perfect place to catch a little live music in the Stockyards and do some laid-back day-drinking! Second Rodeo has an IMMENSE selection of beers, great cocktail options and a menu full of munchies that perfectly accompany the country-rock vibe all around you.

3. brunch at 61 Osteria

Brunch at 61 Osteria on West 7th is the bougiest, the most glam and the tastiest, all at the same time! From the creators of Little Red Wasp and Grace, 61 Osteria is a luxurious Italian restaurant that recently launched Saturday and Sunday brunch that is truly extravagant! We had the BEST blood orange mimosa, and their espresso martini was also decadent and delicious. For bites, try, their Dutch Baby, the egg bruschetta or the mozzarella in corozza. They also serve AMAZING pasta dishes when it's not brunch.

4. dinner at gemelle

Everything is fresh and fun at Gemelle, an incredibly fun Euro-American pizza and pasta spot near the Trinity River. It's quirky and contemporary, they've got bocce ball courts, and their garden-inspired patio is so cute! Take photos in front of the LOVE sign and make sure you get a couple orders of their fried baby artichokes to accompany your meal — they're so addictive!

5. candle-making at worthy co.

At Worthy Co.'s Candle Studio, you and your friends select your favorite fragrance and vessel, then learn the steps to pour your own custom candle. Each class is about an hour long and includes an additional half hour of private shopping time in their retail space where you get 20% off your entire haul of goodies!

6. dancing at billy bob's

Texas biggest honky-tonk is an essential stop as we're crafting the perfect day in Fort Worth. Even on days when there's not a national act on the main stage, the dancing, bull-riding and people-watching is elite here. They've also got something new going at Billy Bob's in the 81 Club, where they hold events like the Lone Star Murder Mystery Dinner and Show.

7. Hat-Making at Proper Supply Co.

Did you know you can make your own custom cowboy hat at this amazing boutique in the Fort Worth Stockyards? Proper Supply Co. has tons of styles and colors to choose from to transform you into the Cowgirl Princess you always knew you'd become. Each hat is carefully fitted to your specific head shape. You choose your base color and watch the full process of your hatter meticulously shaping your custom lid!

8. cocktails at sidesaddle saloon

This is the perfect cocktail bar, hidden in Mule Alley. Their daily Happy Hour is 3-7 p.m., and its the perfect mix of modern chic and Old West. Whether you're sipping on beer in a can and munching on pork rinds or you're in the mood for something on the craft cocktail side (try their "Beth Dutton," which is a past winner at the Fort Worth Food & Wine Fest), you'll fit right in here.

9. breakfast at mamaka bowls

If you're dreaming of the beach but are currently landlocked in Fort Worth, Mamaka Bowls has you covered. Let them transport you seaward with their delicious and refreshing smoothies and smoothie bowls! Try the Pura Vida with an additional pineapple topper and thank us later. They make a mean tater-tot breakfast taco, too!

10. photo ops down inspiration alley

Inspiration Alley is the MOST Gram-worthy spot in Funkytown, which puts it high up there for most Instagrammable spot in all of DFW. We love it here. When your feed needs a face lift, this hidden alleyway in the Foundry District is covered in murals — and it's THE spot to hit! Almost every inch is covered in a unique design or mural. The colors, patterns and pictures give you a million photo ops in one!

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