Best Of

Welcome To Best Of 2016

Anthony Mariani
Let’s be clear. Our annual Best Of issue is just for fun. Unlike the Republican debates for the most powerful office in the world. Oh, wait. They’re fun, too. Eye-wateringly hilarious, in fact. So let me rephrase: Our annua...


Best Of Getting and Spending 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
Barbershop Readers’ choice: Boardroom Salon for Men, 2861 W 7th St, 817-882-8806 Critic’s choice: Fort Worth Barber Shop, 3529 Lovell Av, 817-731-5252 On the corner of Montgomery Street and Lovell Avenue sits an unassuming ...


Best Of Good Grub 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
Tour of Fort Worth Institutions Despite the seemingly endless revolving doors on West 7th and the slick come-lately joints headed for the new Waterside development, you can find some of our town’s best stories in the restaura...

Art by Kojack.

Best Of Culture 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
Critic’s Top 5 Exhibitions A solo exhibition, Jessica Fuentes’ Tree House Dividedat Gallery 76102 featured work in which the Fort Worth native explored the ethereal nature of dreams and memory via photographs, photo transpa...


Best Of On The Town 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
Cheap Buzz Critic’s Top 5: Planning your weekday evenings around drinks specials? No? Well, you should be. Start with $2 domestic drafts at Boomerjacks (2600 W 7th St, 817-810-2666) on Monday. On Tuesday, head to Arlington fo...


Best Of People And Places 2016

Fort Worth Weekly
City Councilmember Readers’ choice: Ann Zadeh Critic’s choice: Ann Zadeh Fort Worth has got a pretty boring city council these days. Where is the in-fighting? Where is the out-fighting? It’s like we’ve elected nine jars...

Art by Amy Minton

Getting & Spending

Fort Worth Weekly
Customer Service Readers’ choice: Perfect Touch, 3023 Bledsoe St, Ste 103 Critic’s choice: Caliber Collision, 2510 White Settlement Rd A couple of months ago, a Weeklyteer got bumped from behind by a guy on his cellphone. W...

Art by Matt Trisler

People & Places

Fort Worth Weekly
                    Fort Worth Councilperson Critic’s choice: Cary Moon He’s new to politics and could turn out to be a hero or a goat, but Moon has already done something t...

Art by Natalie Ibarra

Good Grub

Fort Worth Weekly
Mexican Breakfast Critic’s choice:  La Tortilandia, 1112 W Berry St The massive size of the inexpensive breakfast burritos ($3.25) at La Tortilandia may limit their portability, so have a forklift ready if you plan on taking...

Art by Elizabeth Ratliff


Fort Worth Weekly
Solo Female Dancer Critic’s choice: Carolyn Judson A principal dancer with Texas Ballet Theater, Judson took advantage of two huge opportunities to shine last season: as Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty and as the title cha...