Great meat, pleasant service, generous portions, convenient to Stockyard activities. Family friendly, tables are large and napkins are well supplied. Great atmosphere refills on the beans, and peppers on the table. We recommend!! Located at 301 Stockyards Boulevard in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards, Cooper’s Fort Worth location started cooking over mesquite coals and serving meat right off the pit in January of 2010, the same way its flagship location in Llano has been cooking and serving guests since 1962. For the dining experience the Fort Worth location has Cooper’s traditional picnic style seating in a large main dining area as well as indoor/outdoor patio seating.
Location: 301 Stockyards Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas, USA ◇Our Ratings:
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