Top 5 Restaurants Near TCU

You can work up an appetite walking around Texas Christian University’s widespread campus. And with so many students living on campus, it is no wonder that so many appetizing restaurants surround TCU. Here are five restaurants to check out next time you are on campus.

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

This popular chain got its start at the Berry Street location, so you can come in and see the start of this Tex-Mex phenomenon. Fuzzy’s is the perfect place to snag a chips and queso or enjoy great Baja tacos. Don’t forget to complete your order with a frozen margarita! You will not regret your time spent at Fuzzy’s.

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The Bottom

Just down University Drive and located on Bluebonnet Circle, The Bottom Bar & Grill serves All-American cuisine known to satisfy its customers. With daily drink deals, 35 beers on tap and scrumptious food, you can always find something to celebrate at The Bottom. And if the weather permits, you can eat, drink and relax on one of the area’s largest patios.


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Common Ground

This new Fort Worth restaurant has already become a local favorite because of its tasty food and comfortable ambiance. Whether you are looking for a casual lunch spot or an innovative new dish, you can find something to love about Common Ground. And, Common Ground stays open until midnight during the week and until 2:00 a.m. Thursday to Sunday, so you can always swing by for a late night bite.


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Dutch’s Hamburgers

If you are looking for a college favorite for burgers and beers, just walk over to Dutch’s Hamburgers. Because it is so close to campus, this sports-inspired restaurant is a go to for most students. You can either get one of their famous burgers or go for a healthier option like a fresh salad. Either way, you will leave happy.


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Pizza Snob

This is not your average pizza place. Every time you step up to the line, you are just 90 seconds away from a custom-made pie. And with toppings like pulled pork, caramelized pineapples, candied jalapenos and garlic-buttered meatballs, you can feel free to build your own pizza masterpiece. Are you looking for a gluten-free option? Just ask for a gluten-free crust and you too can enjoy your pizza like a true snob.

Screenshot Pizza Snob Website

Screenshot Pizza Snob Website


There are so many more amazing TCU spots that serve up tasty food for Fort Worth foodies. So, next time you are on campus, make sure you come hungry so you can enjoy a meal at one of these locations.


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