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A sandwich at The Biscuit Bar

The Biscuit Bar


Fort Worth

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Yes, the historic Fort Worth Stockyards smell like cattle, sweat, and dust, but thanks to The Biscuit Bar, you’ll also pick up more pleasant notes of butter, bacon, and gravy. With gingham-papered walls and high-top tables, this place is like a southern cafeteria that serves up perfectly savory sandwiches. Try the El Jefe with slow-roasted pulled pork, smoked ham, and monterey jack cheese served between two biscuits. If you’re looking for something sweet, there’s a plate of biscuit french toast that’s dipped in vanilla custard and topped with homemade whipped cream.

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