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  • Happy 80th, Joe T. Garcia's

    Devoted diners serenade the iconic Fort Worth restaurant, which first opened as a 16-seat restaurant on Independence Day in 1935. It now seats 1,600, with its original dining area and beloved hacienda-style patio in the Stockyards. We salute this American success story on July 4. (Video by Steve Wilson and Rick Press, Star-Telegram.com)

Happy 80th, Joe T. Garcia's

Devoted diners serenade the iconic Fort Worth restaurant, which first opened as a 16-seat restaurant on Independence Day in 1935. It now seats 1,600, with its original dining area and beloved hacienda-style patio in the Stockyards. We salute this American success story on July 4. (Video by Steve Wilson and Rick Press, Star-Telegram.com)