Billy Miners Saloon

Sundance Square, Fort WorthBilly Miner's Saloon
Ft. Worth's Favorite Bar Grill

150 W. 3rd Street
Sundance Square
Downtown Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Phone: 817.877.3301

Downtown's favorite Bar Grill, located in Sundance Square across the street from the Renaissance Worthington Hotel and within walking distance of the Fort Worth Convention Center. Only a few minutes drive from Billy Bob's and the Stockyard area. Good Fun and Good Food in Cowtown. Big screen TVs. Private dining room and custom menus for Parties and Meetings. Reasonable prices. Catering + Picnics + Special Events.

Have a Texas size hamburger, a hot dog or chili with a side order of beans, french fries or nachos. Or if you prefer, order a Billy Steak: an open-faced sandwich on a bun served with sauteed onions and french fries. Beers, ice cold long necks, margaritas and wine by the glass. Mon.-Thu. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (bar is open until 11 p.m.), Fri. Sat. 11 a.m. to midnight - bar until 1 a.m. Sun. noon to 10 p.m. - bar until 11 p.m.


Behind the sorrowful eyes, a surviving Spirit. There really WAS a man called Bill Miner.
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Born in 1842 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, he lived a life of unusual, and mostly unorthodox action - for which reasons we claim him as our own, and cherish the story of a spirited rogue.

More than anything else, Billy was a train robber. His actions were not always successful, but they were universally non-violent. And because the lawmen were as persistent then as they are today, he paid for his crimes by serving 36 of his 71 years in prison. From five of them he escaped.

The Miner name popped up in New Mexico, Georgia, British Columbia, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Oregon, Washington - invariably linked with trains, stage coaches, and always, Pinkerton men.

Miner died September 2, 1913 in Milledgeville, Georgia. In jail. We toast the memory of Billy, a genuine folk hero.

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