411 W. Road to Six Flags
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (817) 460-8700
Fax: (817) 460-8701
Bars & Cafes
Owner/chef Tony Fukushima brings his experience from Benihana, Beverly Hills to trendy Arlington. He surely knows how to entertain guests through his cooking. The restaurant is children-friendly and the service is fast. Meals at Hibachi 97 include succulent grilled shrimp appetizer, your choice of meat, soup or salad, rice and grilled vegetables. One must try the tender filet mignon, the sesame chicken or the sirloin steak. Sushi rolls are worth being ordered as a side dish. Desserts include green tea or ogura(red bean) ice cream. Domestic and Japanese beer, sake and Japanese wines are available too.
This English pub is complete with dark wood paneling, a large wooden bar, and 20 televisions, including the largest screen in Arlington—27 feet. The sports bar atmosphere is casual with memorabilia adorning the walls. Several pool tables keep patrons entertained. The bar offers a variety of beers on tap, and more than 100 varieties of bottled beer. The menu includes traditional American fare, such as burgers, sandwiches, and a variety of fried appetizers.
Located across 106th Street, the Ranch Bar & Grill is a local watering hole that welcomes one and all. Every night, the atmosphere here is like one big party with unlimited rounds of drinks and cool gigs. Theme parties, DJ sessions, dance nights and many other funky events are a regular feature here. Be it a gang of friends or chill-out sessions with colleagues post working hours, Ranch Bar & Grill is the best bet.
Diamond Jim's Saloon is a bikers and smokers hangout. But it is also a fun place to be if you can bear nicotine smell. Spread across two floors, it offers pool tables, live gigs, karaoke and poker games for entertainment. It also hosts league matches for pool and tournaments for poker enthusiasts.
Jack's Pour House can be your headway on a game night or for an enjoyable time with your buddies over a couple of pints. Drop by here for a couple of drinks and while away time playing old school bar games. Pool tables and dart boards are also available. The bar hosts karaoke nights as well.
Jefferson Freedom Cafe is more than just a neighborhood cafe, it doubles up as a music venue. This establishment features concerts on third Saturday of each month and offers a mix of budding and popular artists/bands. With a capacity to accommodate 250 patrons, Jefferson Freedom Cafe serves short eats, non-alcoholic drinks and several other refreshments; guests are allowed to carry wine and beer here. For concert schedule and other details, check website.
With a setting which is much like a sports bar, Dave & Buster's offers a family-friendly set-up for you to go and enjoy a bite with the family. The restaurant also has an arcade where you can try out different games.
Houlihan's is an American restaurant and bar that is always buzzing with activity. Items like chipotle chicken nachos,, lettuce wraps and chicken wings are perfect for sharing with your group, before moving on to the main course. On the menu, you will find seafood, steaks, sandwiches and burgers. Wines, cocktails and beers make up the drinks list.
Come to Theo's and pamper yourself to delectable food and cocktails in a welcoming atmosphere. At modest prices, this place serves its patrons exceptionally made comfort food. Service is prompt here and the courteous staff will make you feel comfortable. There is a bar section in the restaurant where you can settle in with a drink or two.
The fine singers at the First United Methodist Church of Hurst sponsor this unusual coffeehouse. The facility is smoke-free and alcohol-free, and it serves as an ideal Christian acoustic music venue. While you are there, enjoy drinks in the form of coffee, tea and sodas. Admission varies depending on the production. Proceeds go to Mission Central, an emergency assistance program. Funds also go to support Celebration Shop. Healing through songs is also provided for hospitalized children.
This Arlington tradition is owned and operated by the former manager of the Texas Rangers baseball team. Sports fans can never get enough of the memorabilia, which covers the walls, tables and every other area you can imagine. Entrees include a catfish filet, the Tex-Mex Bobby Bajita fajita plate, the tortilla-rolled club Mex sandwich, the blackened chicken, the buffalo shrimp and the tender filet mignon. The sought-after ostrich burger is low in fat and more liberally seasoned with pepper than the traditional hamburger. The desserts vary daily but are always of high quality.
The Brass Bean Cafe is a local coffee place, where you can drop in for a hot cup of espresso. The atmosphere here is warm and casual and you can relish your coffee with a bite from their limited food menu. Free WiFi is also available here.