One of Fort Worth's oldest and most aptly named dives, The Cellar is full of character. A walk through the narrow entrance, then down a dark, crooked stairway opens up to a low-lit den with a U-shaped bar. The low-hanging ceiling, held up by walls made of huge stones, gives it a warm basement feel. There's nothing contrived about The Cellar's whimsy, and to say the place has aged gracefully wouldn't be true. But all the imperfections serve as part of The Cellar's charm, which is probably the reason it's a hangout for college kids-that, and the fact that it's near Texas Christian University. It's also popular with musicians playing at the neighboring Aardvark and Moon Bar.
WORST BAR IN FORT WORTH!!! DO NOT WASTE YOU TIME AT THIS SHIT HOLE. the drinks are over priced and watered down, and the bouncers are pricks. my friend left her Credit card there and when we went back to claim it, their bitch ass bouncer tried to act froggy with me (martial arts expert, could have killed him and his friends without effort) and said they didnt have her CC. (mind you it was the last place she had her CC...) and refused to even look to see if they had it. Complete DICKS about the whole situation, and refused to admit they had her card. she cancelled her card and after several verbal and physical threats from the bouncer i chose to leave. FUCK THESE DOUCHEBAGS, SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO TO Hammer Heads a block away. better prices, better people, and better atmosphere.