Katy Trail Ice House is a popular restaurant and beer garden in Dallas. It offers a range of 50 beers on tap and a place to chill out. It has a huge patio that can be used to host private parties and events. The bar is 50 feet long and features the rarest of beers. Katy Trail Ice House is the place to gather for any occasion.
So close to the border, one would expect to find authentic Mexican food on every corner in Texas. Taquería El Si Hay definitely fits that bill. This small little food stand churns out authentic and delicious tacos with huge flavor. The big favorite here are their pork al pastor tacos, although you can get all the best kinds of meat at El Si Hay like barbacoa and lengua. For delicious street food just like you'll find on the other side of the Rio Grande for scarily similar prices, look no further.
Herbal teas and unique vegetarian entries are not the only reason people come here;special entertainment includes a drum and dance circle that draws 30 to 40 participants every Tuesday night. Other events include meditation, sufi poetry readings and Indian table music. This converted living room is adorned with a mix of Eastern religious icons and down-home décor. There are some wonderful options of Indian-style vegetarian creations, as well as other authentic Indian entries.
Angry Dog, this Deep Ellum bar and restaurant is a favorite pub for happy hour and sports enthusiasts. Comfortable and dimly lit, it has a great neighborhood bar atmosphere. The Angry Dog is filled with television monitors for game watching, as well as simple tables and chairs for diners. Their hot dogs are known by locals as being some of the best in town - and the burgers aren't bad either. They also have an assortment of tasty appetizers to choose from, such as Stuffed Jalapeños and Angry Dog Chicken Wings. And if you're a beer drinker, this is a place not to be missed, because this joint has over 100 kinds of domestic and imported beers.
Getting in on the nation's food truck craze, The Butcher's Son can be spotted around Dallas serving mouth-watering gourmet sandwiches. Offering a variety of meats, their sandwiches feature the best pastrami, beef tenderloin, bratwurst, andouille sausage and more. Not sure what to order? Try the Butcher's three-way, where patrons can choose any three sliders of their choice. Be sure to follow them on twitter to find out their next location!
Try delicious Nigerian cuisine at this hidden gem. The service is friendly and the staff will be happy to suggest a dish you should try if you've never had Nigerian food before. Try the delicious jerk chicken or the Okra soup with fufu, and you can never go wrong with the fried plantains.
As the second location of this ever-popular Texas eatery, Rodeo Goat is known for its ice cold craft beers and unusual burger options. The Texas-sized restaurant offers a spacious patio, giant bar with metal diner stools, and an impressive menu of delicious grub and craft brews. The burgers are truly the hidden gem of the place with house-ground beef and eccentric toppings like grilled peaches, corn chips, candied bacon and blackberry compote.
Buda Juice is an organic and vegan juice bar in the West Village. Their cold-pressed juices are extracted from fruits and veggies everyday to retain the essential minerals and vitamins. They are also hand squeezed. Preserved in customized glass bottles these nutritious delights are chilled in their refrigerator so that you can just drink or take out. You can even try their handmade milks and soups which are equally delicious.