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Best Places to Nurse a Hangover in Fort Worth — Restaurants That Soothe

Your Perfect Lazy Afternoon Retreats

BY // 10.30.19

After a boozy night out or in, most people wake up craving something spicy or greasy. If they’re brave, they might even go for the infamous “hair of the dog” to cure their hangovers.

For me, there’s nothing better than some eggs benedict, fries and a good mimosa to make me feel whole again on a Sunday afternoon. So, after many times of feeling far less than OK the next day after drinking too many G&Ts and dancing the night away, a friend and I embarked on a journey to find the best places to cure a hangover in Fort Worth.

Here are Fort Worth’s Best Hangover Havens:

The Trendy: Mash’d

2948 Crockett Street

It’s described as a casual American restaurant and best known for its Moonshine cocktails and made from scratch kitchen. Mash’d is the perfect place to spend your Sunday and regain your strength.

The restaurant is nestled in the heart of the W 7th Street District and it features a full bar and patio, perfect for those endless Texas summer days. Brunch is available Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm and weekdays from 11 am to 3 pm with a limited menu.

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What makes Mash’d the perfect spot after a night out is its lively yet very relaxed atmosphere — just the perfect mix in which to recover from a hangover.

What we had: Cheeseburger with fries, Crispy Chicken Salad and a Blood Orange Mimosa Carafe

What we are having next time: Chicken and Biscuits, Southern Egg Fries and Blackberry Mimosa Carafe

The Laid-Back: Brewed

801 W Magnolia Avenue

Known for its relaxed and family-owned atmosphere, Brewed is the perfect place to go for a pick me up after a night out. This spot is known for handcrafted coffee drinks, but Brewed also offer delicious food and cocktails.

Brewed serves brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm. This includes items such as pastries, chicken and waffles, and a veggies skillet. The cafe is located on West Magnolia Avenue and it features stylish indoor seating, a full-service bar and a patio with a fire pit.

The above and beyond customer service and a Bacon Bloody Mary can bring you right back to life.

What we had: Chicken and Waffles, Eggs Benedict and The Rita

What we are having next time: Fried Egg Sandwich, Brewed Burger with sweet potato fries and the Cowboy Coffee

The Classic: Lucile’s

4700 Camp Bowie Boulevard

Located in the heart of historic Camp Bowie, Lucile’s is a landmark family restaurant that specializes in American food and seafood. The building was constructed in 1927 and housed a few restaurants, a grocery store and an artist’s studio before becoming Lucile’s in 1993.

Lucile’s serves all the classics in Fort Worth.

Lucile’s serves lunch and dinner seven days a week and breakfast on weekends, but it is best known for having the most delicious martinis in town. So if you need a little something something before going home to take a nap after brunch, stop by this place and order a martini or a Bloody Mary.

While you’re there, you might as well treat yourself to a decadent dessert to end the day on a high note in a homey and historic atmosphere.

What we had: Black Bottom Key Lime Pie, Dirty Martini, The Islander Martini and a Bloody Mary

What we are having next time: Wood Roasted Frittata, Ultimate Chocolate Cake and an Old Fashioned

The Modern: Winslow’s Wine Cafe

4101 Camp Bowie Boulevard

If you’re looking for a relaxed and intimate space to cure your hangover in Fort Worth, Winslow’s is the perfect place. With its modern decor and indoor and outdoor seating, the restaurant offers brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 am to 2 pm and it features wood-fired pizzas, salads and specialties like Eggs Benedict, Avocado Toast, Texas Hash and the best thing of all, $15 mimosa carafes.

The great thing about Winslow is that it also houses a wine cafe. This makes for a wide range of vino selections, catering to even the pickiest of oenophiles. Come for the wine (or the mimosas) and stay for the great ambiance and food. You will walk out feeling better and maybe a little buzzed.

What we had: Pepperoni Pizza, Avocado Toast, Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad and bottomless mimosas

What we are having next time: House Made Mac and Cheese, Cowtown Tacos, Brunch Pizza and bottomless mimosas

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