Fort Worth's personality is a fascinating mix of cowboy culture -- well preserved in the Historic Stockyards District -- and urban sophistication, exemplified by the first-class museums in town. The city is poised for major growth, with a headquarters hotel and other expansive projects in the works.LOCAL GOODS •
Vodka made from black-eyed peas is distilled in the city's Near Southside District.
Find TreyMark Black-Eyed Vodka
($35) at Historic Firehouse #5.•
Headquartered in the city, Justin Boots
makes premier footwear, including cowboy work boots and cowboy firefighter fireproof styles. Fancier options include the Tony Lama and Bent Rail lines.A MODERN MASTER ON DISPLAY
The city's Modern Art Museum
will feature a comprehensive retrospective of about 120 works by living American artist Frank Stella from April 17 to Sept. 4, 2016. (817) 738-9215FOR CAR CONNOISSEURS
Texas Motor Speedway has unique offerings like pace-car rides on the high banks of the track, or gatherings held in one of the 22,000-square-foot garages. Go to bit.ly/1HOZv5l
to learn more, or call (817) 215-8593.