Locals and visitors alike love Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant. That's because this establishment offers an impressive selection of beer for patrons to enjoy in a friendly, warm atmosphere. The food here often goes beyond your standard pub fare, with the chef creating special dishes to complement a certain drink from time to time. The sounds of live music fill the bar on a regular basis.
A recipient of the AAA Five-Diamond award for sixteen consecutive years, this restaurant knows fine dining. Make sure you're dressed your best as you step into the luxurious surroundings of this establishment. Sorry, no tennis shoes and baggy jeans are allowed here. The eatery is sprawled over an area of 10,000 square feet (929 square meters) and includes a number of private dining areas. Enjoy award-winning southwestern delicacies while sipping on your wine.
Concerned about your financial future? Then visit this place early in the morning to sip espresso, read a free copy of the Wall Street Journal, and wait for the opening bell to ring in the news of the stock market. You can also watch popular financial newscasts such as CNBC's "SquakBox", MSNBC, CNN or listen to David Johnson's stock tips on News Radio KRLD 1080. Enjoy great food such as pasteries and sandwiches while you relax in a comfortable and educational environment. This place offers free wi-fi service and parking, as well as live music featuring local and regional musicians and bands. There has rarely been a more congenial atmosphere for contemplating the collapse of your finances.
Few food items in this world are as perfect as the sandwich, and Uncle Uber's really does this noble food item justice. Order one of their many different 'wiches, which range from traditional ones like grilled cheese or roast beef to more adventurous like the Pork BunMe (a take on the Banh Mi Vietnamese sandwich) or the mouthwatering Cuban. Make sure to check out their burgers, which come in single, double and triple varieties, and their hand-cut fries if you feel like branching out.
Mario Alfaro is living his entrepreneurial dream by way of his namesake restaurant that opened its doors back in 2009. Specializing in authentic Salvadorian flavors, it was later influenced by Dallas' Tex-Mex dominated dining scene to include Mexican staples that cater to the local palate. Made from traditional family recipes, savor pupusas, banana leaf wrapped tamaesl, Yuca con Chicharon, or a sampler plate for all of the above and more. Enjoy one of the best happy hours in town with classical burritos, quesadillas, seafood and grills. The vibrant ambiance is nestled in a colorful patio of carnival-esque vibes and Latin hospitality.
This 24-hour diner is a hidden gem located just off Central Expressway. Buzzbrews' bottomless coffee and inventive menu keeps this small restaurant packed. The interior gives off a funky vibe with a retro counter and pop-art covered walls. Breakfast is served around-the-clock with items like banana nut pancakes and the Hare Krishna – an egg-white omelet with avocados, cheese and cilantro. Lunch and dinner fare is also available, much of it with a south-of-the-border flare. Vegetarian options are abundant and free Wifi access is available.
With 44 high definition TV’s, DirecTv Sports Packages and pay-per-view UFC fight, Frankie’s is not just another ordinary sports bar. Seating includes a mix of comfortable leather couches, chairs, and bar stools. They also have a dizzying array of drink options ranging from 20 Texan craft beers on top and handcrafted cocktails to Whiskeys and Vodkas, you are sure to find a drink that soothes your senses. If you get hungry, Frankie’s has on offer an assortment of pubgrub like wraps, sandwiches, pizzas, burgers and fries. Whether you want to enjoy a game of your favorite sports team, converse with old friends or simply relish great food and drinks, Frankie’s is the place where you should be headed.
With a fun, catchy name like Which Wich? The sandwich shop seeks to set itself apart. With over 50 variations of freshly prepared, made-to-order sandwiches. Have fun as you pick the toppings, fillings and sides to go with your very own sandwich. You can choose from staples like Ham, Cheese, Bacon, Chicken, Turkey and more. Don't feel like bothering so much? Customers can choose a classic like the BLT, Egg Salad or Gyro as well. While nothing fancy, the sandwiches are tasty and filling, as well as being a good value-for-money option.
If you're looking for a sugar fix while in Downtown Dallas, or want to gift someone special a sweet treat; stop by Fluellen Cupcakes. It's likely as you walk out of that bakery with a box of delicious cupcakes, someone will sigh in envy at your box and commend you on your choice. Popularly believed to be one of the best in town, Fluellen Cupcakes has a creative and quality concious approach to their creations. Constantly adding and developing new flavors, you'll be spoiled for choice. Popular favorites include the Red Velvet, Peanut Butter and Chocolate, though you could always try a special like the Pineapple Coconut and Wedding Cake.
If you're looking for a quiet bar where you can relax in a pleasant environment with great cocktails, easy conversation and nice food; The Woolworth is a good place to check out. The menu is an eclectic combination of styles from Classic American, Mexican, Asian and more. A great place for a business lunch, they serve a nice selection of lunch specials that are hearty, but not too heavy. Settle into the relaxed ambiance with a friend, and try their classics like Corpse Reviver, Cable Car and Uncle Johnny, all expertly prepared. The Woolworth's warm, low-key ambiance is a nice place for a Sunday Brunch too. To find out more about their special menus and drinks, visit the website.
Located on Pacific Avenue, Chad Houser's Café Momentum is a restaurant that also provides jobs and life skills to disadvantaged youth. This non profit concept restaurant aims to help at risk teens by training them and teaching them about culinary art. The food prepared here reflects the chef's personal tastes for wonderful combinations of rich flavors and textures. The seasonal menu ensures that guests receive the freshest in-season ingredients prepared in the kitchen. With the 'tips' going towards donations for maintaining this philanthropic dining venue and training facility, this simple yet modern eatery provides diners with good food and good service.
For over 60 years, Campisi's has been synonymous with great Italian food. The family owned restaurant has maintained it's family-style authenticity serving up a selection of American-Italian favorites like Meatballs in Red sauce, Eggplant Parmigiana, The Soprano Pasta Special and of course, their famous speciality Pizzas. With a delicious home-made sauce, great choice of toppings and a crispy base; it's no wonder they're famous for them. A nice place to unwind with family and friends while sharing a family style Italian meal, Campisi's is a Dallas institution worth checking out.