Comfort Suites North/Galleria
4555 Beltline Rd
Addison, TX 75001
Phone: (972) 503-6500
Fax: (972) 503-6500
Bars & Cafes
A unique twist to the all you care to eat concept, this one revolves solely around meat. Beef, chicken and pork piled on skewers are grilled over an open fire and served fresh to your table. Waiters dressed as Brazilian cowboys rush back and forth between table and kitchen in a frantic, yet friendly pace. The hurried atmosphere seems to lose its anxiety once you are seated. Fogo de Chao is not child friendly. However, there is no child size portioned meal, and the roaming waiters carrying skewers could be hazardous for small, squirmy diners. There is only one option on the menu, which includes salad bar. The main course is as much as you care to eat of roasted meat, cut in front of you while still sizzling.
The Addison point is a small sports bar with a dedicated following. Its intimate, dark setting is the perfect place to watch the big game on multiple televisions and one giant big-screen. It’s a favorite for all ages due to the arcade games and juke box. The food is typical American with arguably some of the best burgers in the city of Addison. Sandwiches and chicken wings are equally tasty.
Enjoy some delicious food accompanied by some great live music here at Buttons. The menu here features several dishes which will take you back in time. In terms of the quality and taste of the food, the awards won by the restaurant speaks for itself. Try out the Buttons’ Famous Chicken & Waffles, and Nacho Mama’s Meatloaf. The Tenderloin Oscar and the Buttons Burger are also worth a try.
Jaxx Steakhouse goes beyond delicious steaks. This upscale restaurant also serves delectable pastas and a variety of seafood dishes. If you are looking for a light meal, then try out the Wilted Spinach Salad or ask for the Soup of the Day. The Daily Steak Special is always a surprise and has some great flavoring. The Pan seared Tilapia and the Baked Ziti are also frequent orders.
BJs is a lively restaurant and bar. It's full of families and groups enjoying a laid back atmosphere. They have a full bar with a variety of beers and mixed drinks. In fact, BJs brews seven of their own beers that are on tap regularly. The most popular item on the menu would be the fire-grilled pizzas that are brought straight to your table, on a warmer. But pizza is not the only item worth trying. They have a varied menu from sandwiches, burgers, grilled items and salads. If you don't feel like eating out, you can try their curbside pick up service.
Walk into Lefty's for a delicious meal of seafood and more. The restaurant has a casual ambiance making it a great after-work option. The restaurant is known to serve some yummy lobsters including the Pan Fried Lobster and Shrimp. The Chicken Piccata and the Stuffed Chicken Breasts are also good orders.
McFadden's is a fun and lively bar and restaurant located in Addison. The restaurant serves traditional American pub food, with the obligatory nods to Ireland like Shepherd's Pie and Irish Nachos. The full bar is great for happy hours and large gatherings. McFadden's features multiple large patios to enjoy the fresh air, a pool room for the game players and a dance floor. McFadden's also has large rooms for private events.
This Colorado-influenced brewpub offers a well-executed menu of entrees and appetizers. Due to its popularity, Rock Bottom Brewery can often be crowded. The restaurant caters to young professionals, as well as couples and singles. Live rock music is available several nights a week and every weekend. The staff is well trained and friendly. Try the house specialty, hot beer pretzels with your favorite brew. Entrees and appetizers are normal bar fare with surprisingly delicious appeal in taste and texture.
This pub features the staple dark wooden decor with green accents and dim lighting throughout. What makes Sherlock's different, however, is their back-to-back live music line-up that you can experience any night of the weekend. Come on any day of the week and sip on a special discounted draft for the day; there are endless choices on wells and drafts, international and domestic. Or just cut to the chase and get a few pitchers. Whatever your decision, Sherlock's is a great local spot to unwind at the pool tables during the week and enjoy a show on the weekend.
With a bottle for every occasion, Mercy is any wine lover's dream come true. If you want wine by the glass, you have over 100 varieties from which to pick; should you wish for a bottle, there are 50 kinds you can choose from. Located at Village on the Parkway, Mercy does not restrict itself to wine, and offers you a menu of American cuisine, too. After PEI mussels and calamari in marinara sauce that you can share with the group, you can move on to a variety of steaks and seafood dishes. The staff will be able to recommend a wine that goes with any dish you may be ordering.
Dallas entrepreneur Shannon Wynne followed the success of his chic 8.0 bar with the Flying Saucer concept. Flying Saucer has an extensive menu of draft and bottled beers, plus an impressive collection of flea market vintage dinnerware displayed on its walls. Live music is found on weekend nights. The food menu has a German flair with Beer Cheese Soup, a build-your-own sausage and cheese plate, sausage quesadillas and Bratwurst.
This coffee shop is a part of a small chain of shops that have popped up in the Dallas area. Their coffee is good and offers a good variety that compares to the coffee mecca, Starbucks. Here, you can find an intimate place to hook up your laptop (with free wi-fi), or read a book. Some days you can catch live music. They also offer a book exchange, free local newspapers or magazines to view while sipping your cup of joe. The best part of the company is their community giving program. Each customer can sign up with an organization of their choice and Dunn Bros. gives a portion of their profits to the organization. Nothing better than a cup of coffee that gives back to the community! Wi-fi available