Longhorn Saloon Fort Worth Stockyards

Longhorn Saloon Fort Worth Stockyards

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Listed in Food, Beverage & Nightlife


Originally established in 1919, Longhorn Saloon is the oldest existing saloon in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Although it has come and gone through the years, the Longhorn still maintains its old west style, but refreshed with a little rock-n-roll attitude and atmosphere.

This new look is from the result of its new owner, Brian Forella, who has a history of opening quality live music venues in Fort Worth such as the famous rock club Wreck Room where artists like The Toadies and Reverend Horton Heat first played. Hank Williams and Bob Wills are a part of the Longhorn's history! It is the second largest concert venue in the Stockyards next to Billy Bob's. Because of this, look for all genres of bands and performers to grace the new Longhorn stage.

We are not just a Country bar. We are a concert hall which hosts all genres of live music. Located in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District only a couple doors down from Lola's Stockyards with lots of restaurants, hotels and retail outlets nearby, you can't go wrong with a night out on West Exchange Avenue in the Fort Worth Stockyards!
Hours of Operation: Thu - Sun: 3:00 pm - 2:00 am
Price Range: $$
Attire: Casual
Specialties: Drinks
Services: Waiter Service, Good For Groups, Live Music
Parking: Street, Parking Lot
Wi-Fi: No


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