The sister city to Dallas, Fort Worth has charms of its own. First of all, it’s a town that hangs onto its century-old nickname of “Cowtown.” If you’re looking for men whose boots and ten-gallon hats are part of their daily attire, you’ve come to the right place.
The gay community here is surprisingly lively. Q Cinema hosts one of the region’s biggest gay film festivals in June, and the Texas Gay Rodeo Association stages an annual day of calf roping and bull riding in September. In October, when the weather’s cooler, things heat up for Tarrant County Gay Pride Week.
Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport sits between the two metropolises. It’s 24 miles from downtown Fort Worth. Several bus companies will shuttle you to the city.
This city sprawls in every direction, so the car is the easiest way to get around. Public transit buses and commuter rail lines are operated by the "T" - the Forth Worth Transportation Authority.
Most of the gay establishments are located in the historic downtown area.
The Tarrant County Lesbian & Gay Alliance has updated information on what's going on around town.
The Trinity River Bears organize year-round social get-togethers with brunches, cook-outs, camping weekends, pub crawls, and more.
1851 Club Arlington (1851 W Division St), small neighborhood bar, karaoke, Sunday drag shows, internet jukebox, pool table, WiFi access.
Club Reflection (604 S Jennings), gay & lesbian Country & Western dance club, home bar of Cowtown Leathermen.
Rainbow Lounge (651 S. Jennings) hot dance club mix, men/women, gay/straight, friendly lounge, boy and girl stripper/dancers, 18+ Wednesdays.
A short drive from the gay-friendly Hotel Trinity (2000 Beach St; 800-989-3556) is Best Friends (2620 E. Lancaster) a laid-back cocktail and dance club with patio.
Copa Cabana (1002 S Main St), Latino bar with dancing, drag shows, weekend hot-body male dancers and lots of energy.
See our map & listings tab for locations and website links for clubs above, plus hotels, restaurants, performance venues and museums/galleries in Fort Worth.
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