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A Lively New Patio Bar Brings a Bounty of Beer on Tap to Fort Worth

Southside Rambler makes its Magnolia Avenue debut this spring

Cheesy sandwiches and fries await at the new Southside Rambler.
Southside Rambler/official photo

Indoor-outdoor hangout Southside Rambler opens next month with live music, rugged roadside vibes, and plenty of beers to wash down its dressed-down lineup.

Southside Rambler, an ode to its Southside district location, slides into the former La Zona space (1264 W Magnolia Avenue). The new venture comes from husband-wife duo Kevin and Julia von Ehrenfried.

Along with traditional bar fare like burgers, sandwiches, salads, and loads of apps, there’s cocktails, wines, and 40 draft beer taps across the indoor and outdoor bars.

The upgraded patio is decked out with a new bar, multiple decks, and cozy seating areas.

The patio, outfitted with fire pits and a cedar deck, will play host to a rotating lineup of local musicians a few days a week.

Poutine time at Southside Rambler.
Southside Rambler/official photo

Lunch and dinner will be served out of the gate seven days a week, with weekend brunch debuting soon after. Hours are Sunday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight; and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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