Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Fort Worth

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Fort Worth. Trinity Metro Blog.

Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. The month-long festivities celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. To learn more about the history of Hispanic Heritage Month, click here.

As we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important now than ever to support local businesses. Did you know that immigrant-owned businesses have been especially hard-hit during this pandemic? That is why we have worked together with our friends from the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to put together a list of Hispanic-owned restaurants in Fort Worth you can visit for a delicious meal as you celebrate Hispanic-Heritage month.

We encourage you to use Trinity Metro transportation services when visiting any of the businesses listed below. We are committed to delivering you safely and keeping Fort Worth safe and healthy,  If you would like to read more about what you can do to stay safe while making trips on transit, click here. Since the COVID-19 crisis began, Trinity Metro has been implementing new safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on board. If you would like to read more about what we are doing to keep all of our employees and customers safe, click here.

Many of these businesses offer curbside pickup and delivery. Please make sure to check business hours with each business before visiting, as some places might be operating under a modified schedule due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Suggestions? If we missed a business that you would like to recommend, please send us an e-mail at marketing@ridetm.org

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Fort Worth

PACO’S MEXICAN CUISINE

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1508 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, Texas

To get there, Zip South on Trinity Metro ZIPZONE or ride bus route 4 to Magnolia and Hurley.

EL PATRÓN TACOS Y TORTAS

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1050 N. University Dr., Fort Worth, Texas

To get there, ride bus route 46 to Jacksboro Highway and University.

LOS PAISANOS

1446 N Main St., Fort Worth, Texas

To get there, ride bus route 15 or bus route 44 to Main and 14th.

ALMA’S PALETERIA

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1215 E Seminary Dr., Fort Worth, Texas

To get there, ride bus route 25 to Seminary and Arrowood.

MARIACHI’S DINE-IN

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301 S. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth, Texas

To get there, ride bus route 11 to 4th and Rayner.

Z’S CAFE AND CATERING

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1316 Pennsylvania Ave. Fort Worth, Texas

To get there, Zip South on Trinity Metro ZIPZONE or ride bus route 4 or bus route 6 to Pennsylvania and Lake.

Tools for small-business owners

The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has created a toolkit with resources and helpful information to help their members and Fort Worth business community navigate through these uncertain times. Click here to visit their website and view these resources.