The newest Cooper's is located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards - just a stone's throw from Billy Bob's Texas, the World's Largest Honky Tonk. ... More
The newest Cooper's is located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards - just a stone's throw from Billy Bob's Texas, the World's Largest Honky Tonk. Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que is honored to be the Best of the Best in the barbecue business and home of the Original World Famous Big Chop. Cooper's has provided its Pit Barbecue to hundreds of thousands of hungry diners over the years dating back to 1953. Cooper's Fort Worth, located at 301 Stockyards Boulevard is a 26,000 square foot carbon-copy of the mothership Llano restaurant. For your dining experience, Cooper's Fort Worth has a large main dining area as well as an incredible indoor/outdoor patio with a view of the Fort Worth skyline that accommodates about 200 guests. Our newest restaurant features the
was very unhappy. had dinnert at 5ish the meat was all left over from lunch, very very dry, and warm at the best. That was 4 people eating 4 different meals.$ 87.00 I can deal with but not for warm leftovers...
Typically, with most of these comments, its either people that just love to complain about everything and are looking for a free meal, or ex employees. Coopers is a great place to eat and most people know that. There really isn t a better place in town for real BBQ. So take these comments with a grain of salt Coopers! Most people love you and that is a known fact! Keep up the great BBQing!
Very disappointing. Too expensive for the quality of the food. One pork chop was $12.47 - REALLY. $3.00 for one corn on the cob. Meat was bland and the corn was of low quality. There was no flavor, no steak sauces available for the meat and when I inquired, the staff directed me to the house BBQ sauce , which tasted like watered down soup. I threw it in the trash. I won t be back.
Something is wrong at the Fort Worth location, I've been to Llano and it's wonderful and the FW spot was when it opened but I was there today and their signature entree, beef brisket, was horrible, tough as shoe leather. BBQ can't be tough unless it is cooked too quickly, that why BBQ began, to make poor cuts of meat edible thro slow-cooking. I hope someone makes some correction, otherwise, go to Angelo's or Railhead.
Our first visit and we thought it was fabulous. We had pork tenderloin, pork chops, jalapeno sausage and chicken. It was smokey, moist, and seasoned to perfection. We really liked paying only for the portion size we wanted.
Also, the beans (which were free) were out of this world. I could have made a meal only of those. I am not sure why anyone wouldn't think this was the best around. We will go back for sure.