This unique Fort Worth outdoor specialty retail center includes over 160,000 square feet of clothing, accessories, beauty, home décor and gifts. Offering desirable names like Bonobos, Drybar, Bluemercury, Marine Layer, SusieCakes, TYLER’S and Warby Parker along with local favorites such as dear hannah, Pax & Parker and Popbar, each concept is carefully selected to add to the charm of the University Park District while providing something for every taste and budget.
Gathering some of the most unique dining experiences in the city, WestBend offers all-day options for coffee, lunch, dinner or drinks in an environment ideal for collaboration or relaxation. Including Bartaco’s upscale street food, HG Sply Co.’s simply delicious cuisine and cocktails, East Hampton Sandwich Company’s savory sandwiches and salads, and drinks from the soon-to-open Ascension Coffee, WestBend offers Fort Worth foodies multiple culinary options in a picturesque setting overlooking the Trinity River.
Bringing everything from museum-quality photographic exhibitions curated by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art to Insta-worthy installations by local and national artists, WestBend’s public art provokes education and engagement among residents and tourists alike. Ten murals by the likes of Dallas-based painter Kyle Steed and local artist Lauren Childs share space along the property with a site-specific sculpture by San Francisco’s Laura Kimpton and photo murals capturing the WestBend experience from Devon Nowlin.