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The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen (14,668.15 mi)
The Rock is edgy, gritty and all about good ol’ classic rock. Great pizza, unique micro brews, and our world famous Buckets are only some of the reasons we have found success with our fans. So go ahead, come on in and check us out! 1995 marked the first year The Rock opened up in Tacoma as a local pizza joint. Our gourmet hand-tossed pies and unique atmosphere makes the rock a staple.
2300 E. Lamar Blvd
Arlington, Texas 76006
Eno's Pizza Tavern (14,656.16 mi)
Hungry? Looking for just that unique dining experience in Dallas? Look no further than Eno's Pizza Tavern where you will be treated to a wide variety of menu items that all taste fantastic. And while you are surveying the menu make sure that you leave room for dessert. You will be treated to friendly staff and great tasting food. A combination that will win you over every time you step foot inside.
407 N Bishop Ave
Dallas, Texas 75208
Tillman's Roadhouse (14,656.13 mi)
Texas-inspired Frito pie made with chunks of venison, salmon with a honey-lavender glaze, and chicken-fried hanger steak. Don’t forget to have their signature hot, salty fries in a cattle-branded box. Tillman’s Roadhouse also has a location in Fort Worth at 2933 Crockett Street, 817-850-9255. Join us for a true Texan meal today.
324 W. 7th Street
Dallas, Texas 75208
Ten Bells Tavern (14,656.06 mi)
This laid back, British-influenced Oak Cliff haunt is known for its thoughtful craft beer list and elevated American pub grub. During warm weather days (they have outdoor heaters on chilly days), the wooden picnic tables on the patio fill up quickly. Relaxed atmosphere and a great neighborhood place to hang out with excellent food, drinks, and service. Check out the brunch menu online or stop by for the short-rib frites, salmon bruchetta, duck confit hash, or the amazing chicken and waffles.
232 W. 7th St.
Dallas, Texas 75208
Reunion Tower Geo-Deck (14,656.66 mi)
From 470 feet up, you’ll experience breathtaking 360-degree views, high-definition zoom cameras, interactive touch screens, telescopes, photo ops and an indoor/outdoor observation deck that lets you see for miles in any direction. Day or night, make the iconic Reunion Tower your first stop to explore fun things to see and do in Dallas.
300 Reunion Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75207
Cindi's NY Deli - Downtown (14,656.60 mi)
Our menu boasts an array of delicious selections, offering everything from pancakes to omelettes, knishes to cheese blintzes, and nova lox and eggs to migas. We also offer appetizing sandwiches, including New York Ruebens, Philadelphia cheese steaks, and pastrami sandwiches. We have a great selection of comfort foods including chicken and dumplings, Matzo ball soup, and hearty stews. Our bakery bakes fresh bagels, pastries, and custom cakes daily. Breakfast served all day. We also cater!
306 S. Houston St.
Dallas, Texas 75202-4706
Hoffbrau Steaks (14,656.80 mi)
Early to mid 1800's German settlers, who helped develop the Hill Country of South Texas, also recreated their beloved 'hoffbraus' or 'beer gardens' where local townspeople, farmers and ranchers gathered to enjoy hearty meals and brewed beverages in a setting that was naturally casual yet humming with conversation and warm friendly service. What began as a 'hoffbrau' in South Texas truly was the original of the Texas Hill Country Steakhouse.
311 N. Market St.
The Palm (14,656.82 mi)
The Palm Restaurant in Dallas is quintessentially Palm and quintessentially Dallas. From caricatures on our wall of famous Palm regulars to the depicted Dallas Cowboy greats, you cannot find a better combination of smooth New York Steakhouse style and Dallas charm. An excellent joint! A Dallas landmark indeed. Wonderful Steaks, Excellent Lobster and much more. If you are a dessert eater the bag of donuts are AWESOME!! They are made to order.
701 Ross Ave