Quality Inn DFW - Airport
8205 Esters Blvd.
Irving, TX 75063
Phone: (972) 929-0066
Fax: (972) 929-5083
Cavalli Pizza takes pride in its authentic recipes, fresh ingredients and commitment to excellence. In fact, it is supposedly the "first certified Neapolitan pizza in Texas." The menu features specialty pizzas, the option to create your own pizza, wood-fired sandwiches and salads. There are even dessert pizzas, the most tempting of which are definitely the Nutella pizza and the S'mores pizza!
Have an early morning flight to catch and no breakfast? There is no reason to worry if you are at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Cereality, located at gate 6 of Terminal C is the perfect place to have a scrumptious breakfast, that will keep you satisfied for long. A range of your favorite cereals in combination with hot or cold milk and a variety of toppings is available here. Drop by to enjoy their fresh juices and coffees along with a big bowl of cereal.
Tigín, which literally translates to small cottage in Irish, is a quaint little pub located at Terminal D of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. With a range of wines, beers and whiskeys, Tigin also has a heartwarming Irish menu. Golden fried crab cake, bleu crunch salad, pesto chicken and homemade shepherd's pie are some of the dishes that everyone loves. Drop in and enjoy a drink, as you wait for your flight, or relax after returning from a long one.
A modern Mexican restaurant, Cantina Laredo is located at Terminal D of the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. With an elaborate menu for lunch and dinner, this charming little restaurant leaves no stone unturned, when its comes to good service. Tacos, Enchilasas De Espinaca, Carnitas and Asaday Camarones are some of the most sumptuous dishes on their menu.
Meaning "brothers" in Italian, I Fratelli was founded in 1987 by the four Cole brothers. This family-run business takes pride in delicious recipes and professional service. The pizza dough is handcrafted daily, and the sauces and meats are all extremely fresh. To learn more about the four Cole brothers and to check out the menu in detail, visit I Fratelli's website.
Texas may not be known as the culinary king for much else than barbeque, but Our Place Indian Cuisine puts Texas on the map. Traditional curries, naan, chutnies, and even some chinese-inspired dishes can be found on their extensive menu. Your tastebuds are in for a ride! Exotic spices and sauces will make the night you dine here unforgettable. True to traditional Indian cuisine, they also serve many vegetarian appetizers and entrees. Don't leave the kids at home, either - Our Place Indian Cuisine has a children's menu so they're happy, and a full bar so you are too! Try the lunch buffet - the great selection and price will please even the pickiest of eaters.
Palio's Pizza Cafe is popular not just for pizzas but also for salads and pastas. Try dishes like Nutty Hawaiian Salad with cranberries and cashews, and the Meat and Cheese Deluxe Pizza.
Cadillac Ranch's diverse menu features mouth-watering Kobe beef steaks, classic Texas BBQ and fresh Gulf seafood. Here you'll see all walks of life come together over good food and good company. Cadillac Ranch also features live music on certain nights of the week. This is a great place to discover a talented local band or to see your old favorites perform.
The Ranch Las Colinas follows a farm-to-table philosophy and specializes in steaks. The beef is procured from some of the best Texan ranches, especially those in the southern plains, and the seafood is sourced from the Texas Gulf. Enjoy a barn-style dining experience, seated in an open, circular space with a wood-beamed ceiling and stone-walled fireplace. The tables are placed far apart from each other to afford maximum privacy to guests. Listen to countryside music and attend events that cater to children such as colorful clown shows. The menu has dishes like Cornmeal Fried Green Tomatoes, Texas Farm Raised Redfish, Chicken Fried Steak and Angus Char-boiled Strip served with smoked chili butter. Check the website for the schedule of live music events.
Using USDA Prime beef, Vineyard Steak House has crafted a menu of delicious steaks for you to savor. Be it the cowboy rib-eye, lady's cut filet, porterhouse or strip, each and every one is absolutely scrumptious. In addition to steaks, the restaurant has a number of seafood delicacies like broiled lobster tail and Scottish salmon for you to relish. Sides like wood-grilled vegetables and bacon cheddar spinach casserole are great accompaniments. No visit to the Vineyard is complete without going up to the Sky Bar, which, in addition to drinks, has live music between Thursday and Saturday. It is open later than then the restaurant below. Happy Hour is from 5p to 7p every day of the week.
This festive restaurant is perfect for the whole family. With a recreated rainforest as its backdrop, diners can enjoy American favorites jazzed up with a tropical twist. Carribian, South American and Asian inspired burgers, chicken, seafood and steak are plentyful. There is also a special children's menu which features Gorilla Grilled Cheese Delight and Python Pasta. After dinner, why not treat yourself to their infamous desert Volacano. And if you managed to clear your plate, don't worry about going home empty handed because merchandise can be purchased onsite ranging from t-shirts to toys. Not recommended for a romantic date, but take the family and feel free to dress casually.
A popular lunch spot, Po Melvin's dishes up excellent Louisiana Cajun home cooking at reasonable prices. Don't look too hard in the oversized aquarium for the "invisible fish" as the sign suggests, they tend to be difficult to see. Set your sights on the unusually spicy Roast Beef or an exceptional Hand-Breaded Chicken Fried Steak dinner. Jalapeno cornbread, a favorite, is moist and spicy and has chunks of corn mixed throughout. No alcohol is served. Po Melvin's is close to DFW Airport and local hotels. Open monday to thursdays too.