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Phone: (817) 378-8933
1426 N Main St
Fort Worth, Texas 76164
United States
Open Today
2:00 PM-10:00 PM
Sunday: 14:00-22:00
Wednesday: 14:00-22:00
Thursday: 14:00-22:00
Friday: 14:00-2:00
Saturday: 14:00-2:00

We are Fort Worth’s newest and coolest “Uptown” tattoo shop. Located in the historic Stockyards, we have award winning artists who can customize any design you bring, or create a unique custom piece specifically for you. We are friendly, laid back, and not your typical intimidating tattoo shop. Come get check us out!!

Thomas & Beth WELCOME to our page!! Take a look around...we have some of the BEST artists in the DFW area. All of our artists are ready to take your idea and turn it into a masterpiece that you will be excited and proud to show off. Got a unique idea and need help turning it into an amazing tattoo? No problem. Got an old tattoo that needs to be refreshed? No problem. Got a tattoo that needs to be covered up? No problem. Don't let the Northside fool ya, stop on in and check us out for yourself. We are ready to give you an amazing tattoo at a reasonable price. See ya soon!
Thomas & Beth
Thomas has done not one not two but three of my tattoos plus a touch up on a previous messed up tattoo from someone else and a touch up on my rib tattoo he originally did that had faded just a little but he made it just as amazing as the first time....
- Anonymous (not verified)
I have known the owners for a long time and have seen the owner come from the bottom to the top. It has a nice, clean, sterile atmosphere, and would recommend his shop to anyone and everyone....
- Anonymous (not verified)
AWESOME CLEAN place ~!...
Our Crew
Thomas Barrington
Tattoo Artist
Located in a historic building built in 1909...
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