Hello from Sundance Square!! Summer is underway and we are, slowly but surely, trying to make it through our very ambitious Summer Bucket List! We have a few places we want to visit in Fort Worth and were hopping to check off more than one- but the summer sun, and a very strong-willed toddler set us straight.
We spent the afternoon at Sundance Square which is located in the downtown area of Fort Worth, TX. It spans 35 blocks, and is filled with dozens of options for shopping, dining, and entertainment. You can certainly find something for everyone here.
Where to eat
We arrived to Sundance Square around noon, and we were hungry! To be honest we didn’t really do much research before hand so we had no idea where we wanted to eat… there were a ton of options to choose from and we finally decided on, Salsa Limon. ordered tacos and Mexican cokes. The food was good, but the portions were small.
We also had some ice cream at the plaza from the Melt Ice Cream cart. This ice cream is seriously so good! They offer a good variety of unique flavors, we had Salt Lick and Beans. The cups cost about $4 and although it’s a little pricey for the size, I absolutely recommend this place, if you are in the area.
What to do at Sundance Square
After lunch we took a stroll through the beautiful streets around the Sundance Square plaza. Then we stopped in at the cutest little toy story. Houston Street Toy Company is downtown Fort Worth’s specialty toy destination. They have toys that focus on the child’s ability to actually play, use their imaginations, less electronic, and give the child the ability to grow using creativity. I can’t remember the last time I went to an actual toy store, so this was certainly a treat, and I am glad we got to take Sofia.
Then we spent the rest of our time sitting under the umbrellas in the plaza, while Sofia splashed around the fountains. It was the perfect afternoon.
Have you been to Sundance Square yet?!
We totally plan to go back and need tons of food recommendations !