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Vegan-Friendly Fort Worth, Texas Travel Guide

What does Fort Worth remind you of?! Well, it is more than just a "Cowtown!" My mom and I had a staycation in the city and opened our eyes to everything the city has to offer. Besides its historical background, Fort Worth is home to world-class museums, music legends, and great vegan food (I know, shocker).

The trip was amazing. We saved the whole trip on @whattaylorlikes Instagram’s page. Just look for the “Fort Worth Highlight.” We also vlogged the whole trip, of course.

Fort Worth is hipper than you think. This Fort Worth travel guide is packed with activities and places that we went to and recommend. We packed this guide full of useful tips, addresses, and vegan tips. Let us know if you try anything listed down below. I included a full one-day itinerary so you can see what a full day looks like in the city! These are just a few of my favorite spots. I hope you enjoy yor stay.

Disclaimer: This post, Vegan-Friendly Forth Worth, Texas Travel Guide is sponsored. As always, all opinions are my own.

Your One-Day Itinerary

10:00 a.m. Brunch: Head to Spiral Diner for vegan comfort food! They have burgers, hearty sandwiches, hot plates, cookies, cakes, ice cream, and more that are 100% plant-based. The supreme nachos are a hit here but the brunch menu is equally delicious. We like the breakfast quesadilla made with homemade tofu scramble and sausage with melty cheese, tomato, green onion, and creamy chipotle. Biscuits & gravy and pancakes are must-try items too!

Location: 1314 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104

11:30 a.m. Coffee Break: After brunch we needed a pick me up. Head to Avoca Coffee Roasters for your caffeine fix. Their beans are house-roasted and the sitting area is so cute! It has a warehouse vibe with plenty of seating to enjoy your drink for a couple of minutes. We got a soy latte with oat milk but they also have other plant-based creamers.

Location: 1311 W Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104

12:30 p.m. Hotel Check-in: Head to The Kimpton Harper for early check-in! This hotel opened on June 2, 202, and took over a gorgeous historical landmark building built in 1921, located in downtown Fort Worth near the renowned Sundance Square neighborhood. The hotel offers 226 guest rooms and suites all with sophisticated details such as local art and handcrafted furniture with subtle nods to Fort Worth history. Our favorite part was the daily social hour, coffee + tea service, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

If you have in your day, the hotel is not far from world-class museums and attractions like the Kimbell Art Museum and Fort Worth Botanic Garden. For more info, visit

Location: 714 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102

1:30 - 4:00 p.m. Rest/Free Time: Our room was so nice! So we watched movies in the sitting area and in the bedroom. It was comfy and I never wanted to move.

5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Social Hour: Head up to the 24th-floor lobby for social hour! Every day at 5:00 p.m. the Kimpton Harper hosts daily social hour. There is a selection of wine for us to choose from while we took in all the views of the skyline and art in the lobby.

7:00 p.m. Dinner: Located on the first floor of the hotel is the il Modo. It is sophisticated Italian Restaurant in Downtown Fort Worth. The kitchen’s modern sensibility lends a vibrant edge to family dinners and high-powered client dinners alike. What we likemost about this resturant is its in-house pasta program. You can see it on display in the restaurant’s glass-windowed pasta-making room. Oh cool is that! I was told that il Modo is launching a Pasta Making Class in the future.

To eat: While there isn't an offical vegan menu, the chefs are able to create a delicious vegan dish for you. We had vegan Image result for ratatouille and mushroom ragu. It was a 10/10!

Location: 714 Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76102

10:00 p.m. Night Out: After dinner we hit the town. Surprisingly, Fort Worth has a great bar scene. It is laid-back and not pretentious. Very different from the nightlife in Dallas.

I liked the music and vibe of Varsity Tavern and Texas Republic in the West 7th area. West 7th is a shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the West Seventh Street District of Fort Worth, Texas near Montgomery Plaza. Highly reccomend that you check it out.

Location: West 7th

I hope that you enjoyed this Vegan-Friendly Fort Worth, Texas Travel Guide. Leave a comment if you have a favorite spot to go to in the city.

Until Next Time,


“Your life is happening now. Make it amazing!”

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