Fort Worth biking enthusiasts now have the perfect trio of offerings. To start, there’s the Trinity River Bike Trail, a 4.5-mile-long, 12-foot-wide riding route that is the first phase of an extensive system along the Trinity River. Second, there’s Mellow Johnny’s, a famous bike shop known for its cult-like following. Now, tucked between the two at the path’s starting point is Press Café, the ideal place to eat and caffeinate for an outing.
With an exterior clad in exposed wood and steel, Press blends seamlessly with its rustic setting. The open, lofty interior contains floor-to-ceiling windows and a simple but sophisticated palette of wood slat ceiling, stained concrete floors, a mesquite block bar top, saddle leather bar seats, burned wood wall planks, communal tables, and exposed filament bulb ring chandeliers.
Its large trailside patio is filled with reclaimed wood Adirondack chairs, locally fabricated concrete tables, and Iroko wood picnic tables. The restaurant also offers rooftop seating, a great way to take in this biker’s paradise.