Best Pub 2017

Reader Pick

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium may be expanding to several locations across the metroplex and several different states, but it got its start right here in Fort Worth. Its beer menu features a wide variety of imported or domestic brews to select from, that can be served on tap, cask, in a bottle or even a can. For the really passionate craft beer fans, sign up for the UFO Club membership – once you taste 200 beers, you’ll get your name in the Ring of Honor.

111 E. 3rd St.

Staff Pick

T&P Tavern

Originally the T&P Tavern was built as a diner with adjoining newsstand in the ’30s. Formerly called The Towers Diner, the restaurant was part of the historic Texas & Pacific Railway Station that now acts as the last westbound stop on the Trinity Railway Express. Today the T&P has a full-service bar and extensive beer selection. You can also bring your pup to its 5,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor patio.

221 W. Lancaster Ave.