Quality Inn & Suites
3891 S. Great Southwest Pkwy
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Phone: (972) 602-9400
Fax: (972) 602-7888
A favorite since 1990, this North Arlington Italian bistro has been recognized by the Dallas Morning News as having one of the Best Patio Bars in Arlington. The menu offers an array of salads, pasta, seafood, sandwiches and grilled items. Specialties include the popular New York-style pizza and the egg fettuccine, complete with chunks of grilled chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus in a delightful Alfredo sauce. The brunch menu includes house-made Danish pastries, breads and croissants as well as assorted salads, pizzas, pasta, Eggs Benedict, lasagna and roast beef.
This English pub is complete with dark wood paneling, a large wooden bar, and 20 televisions, including the largest screen in Arlington—27 feet. The sports bar atmosphere is casual with memorabilia adorning the walls. Several pool tables keep patrons entertained. The bar offers a variety of beers on tap, and more than 100 varieties of bottled beer. The menu includes traditional American fare, such as burgers, sandwiches, and a variety of fried appetizers.
Located inside the happening Bronco Bowl, Club Rio is a perfect place for one to chill out with amazing music, and good alcohol. This club predominantly focuses on regional Mexican music and is primarily a music club; although they do host music concerts from time to time. Acts that have appeared there include Michael Salgado, the Kumbia Kings, and Los Huracanes del Norte. There are ample facilities, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound system add to the party ambiance.
The fine singers at the First United Methodist Church of Hurst sponsor this unusual coffeehouse. The facility is smoke-free and alcohol-free, and it serves as an ideal Christian acoustic music venue. While you are there, enjoy drinks in the form of coffee, tea and sodas. Admission varies depending on the production. Proceeds go to Mission Central, an emergency assistance program. Funds also go to support Celebration Shop. Healing through songs is also provided for hospitalized children.
Located in a building that reminds one of the olden days in Oak Cliff with uneven masonry. The restaurant inside done up in bold colors with a decor typical of Mexico. El Ranchito serves some original and fine Mexican cuisine specializing in Comida Norteño and Tex-Mex. Guiso Picoso, which is a beef stew with diced green peppers, onion, tomatoes, jalapeños served with rice and refried beans is red hot! It is well know all over Dallas for its authentic Mexican food. The atmosphere is festive with the mariachis band playing daily creating an atmosphere where one feels as if he is back home in Monterrey. The salsa is really good and they serve fresh tortillas too. They also have an extensive menu with all sorts of traditional northern Mexican fare.
Best Friends Club is a favorite among the gay and lesbian crowds in Forth Worth. With theme nights, happy hour, Wild Wednesday karaoke and DJs on Saturday nights, the Best Friends Club is sure to be a party any night of the week. This bar draws inspiration from both country and Western life and the most popular dance clubs, creating a unique vibe that locals love.
This large space features dance lessons, live music, concerts and even mechanical bull riding. Various DJ sets, live music, and jukebox tunes provide a fun atmosphere for any crowd; indeed Cowboys Red River attracts many different age groups. It is the perfect place to kick back and have a good time and you'll never be short of a drink because there is more than one bar.
This venue offers a revolutionary combination of a lounge, restaurant, bar and nightclub. While the menu offers Nuevo Latino cuisine featuring dishes like Calamari Frittes and Spicy Penne Pasta, the sleek long bar has an array of drinks including the best of Latin liquors, wines and cocktails. The red interiors exude cozy warmth where lounging about with old friends or making new ones is easy. Head to the club to party, where you can groove to the trendiest of tunes all evening. All this under one roof! Wonder what Che would've thought of that!
A place that is as famous for its club nights and events as for its glamorous clientele, ZOUK Nightclub has taken over the place previously occupied by the immensely popular Starck Club. Located in the West End Historic District, this club offers an impressive 24,000 square feet (2229.6 square meters) of space, which includes dancefloors, private tables, and full service bars. Do see the website to plan your visit.
If you want to party hard, Starck Club fits the bill quite conveniently. Nestled in the West End Brewery area of Dallas, Starck welcomes all in its sprightly zone, so full of fun! You can enjoy every bit of Starck by making yourself comfy in its VIP lounge or get moving on the dance floor. You can even watch your favorite sports on TVs here. The club also hosts events.
Known around the city as "The Shame of Dallas," Dick's last resort is the perfect restaurant/bar to go to for a wild and crazy time. You can start off by ordering one of their signature dishes such as Goldy Fry'd Catfish or Half-A-Chiky, which come served in metal buckets. Table manners are left at the door, because in this joint silverware is optional and wearing a bib is welcomed. Dick's also has a wide range of beers and spirits to help kick off your night. Rules are limited, so feel free to get your dance on or break out in song. Never a cover, always a pleasure, dress as you see fit.
Praise be to the House of Blues. Gospel Sunday Brunch is served hot with some good 'ol southern cookin' and live performances to rejuvenate those weary souls. If you're not much of a church goer, come during their regular hours for the voodoo shrimp with rosemary cornbread and Dixie beer reduction. Their menu offers a mixture of Cajun and barbeque style dishes, salads and sides accompanied by southern rock. The Pontiac Garage is a music hall situated here that hosts some of the best live performances. Go to the website for details on upcoming music events hosted by the House of Blues.