There isn't anything I would change about Joe T. Garcias. The outside of the building looks like just another ramshackle business in Fort Worth, but once you get through the front door, and if it's a Friday or Saturday night that could take awhile, you find yourself in a huge garden with several plazas, fountains, and a swimming pool. (No actual swimming in the pool, unfortunately. Our waiter told us that a dip in the pool equals a rapid exit from the restaurant.)
There is no menu. You can choose to have fajitas or enchiladas, accompanied by anything from one of their bars. You can tell that the wait staff likes working there. They're attentive, fast and friendly; our waiter asked us if we wanted our food right away or if we needed some time to enjoy our margaritas.
They are also open for lunch. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons they have a breakfast buffet that I'm assured is excellent, although I haven't gotten a chance to go check it out yet.
Bring cash or your check book, though, they don't accept credit cards. We figured out that this is all part of their plan to keep their costs down. The price is very reasonable.
Spending time in Joe T. Garcia's gardens, hanging out with friends and having great food is the perfect end to a day.