Comfort Suites West Dallas - Cockrell Hill
4275 DFW Turnpike/IH-30
Dallas, TX 75211
Phone: (214) 267-0100
Fax: (214) 217-5194
4275 DFW Turnpike/IH-30 , Dallas, TX, US, 75211
- Phone: (214) 267-0100
- Fax: (214) 217-5194
Bars & Cafes
Located inside the happening Bronco Bowl, Club Rio is a perfect place for one to chill out with amazing music, and good alcohol. This club predominantly focuses on regional Mexican music and is primarily a music club; although they do host music concerts from time to time. Acts that have appeared there include Michael Salgado, the Kumbia Kings, and Los Huracanes del Norte. There are ample facilities, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound system add to the party ambiance.
Kick off those shoes and relax to enjoy a glass of wine or chilled beer or dig into a mouth-watering burger. The ambiance and menu at Barbelmont is casual from the word go. Located in the Belmont Hotel, this place is ideal for those who believe in letting your hair down. Apart from burgers and sandwiches, one can also go for dishes like Quesadilla or a more popular chilli. A wide range of salads awaits the health conscious. People with a sweet tooth need not worry,this restaurant also serves some lip-smacking desserts.
Patrons love the outdoorsy ambiance of The Foundry. Coupled with the fried chicken choices of Chicken Scratch, this is a perfect spot for a Friday evening given your expectations fall into cold beer, eclectic crowd and a warm space. The music, occasionally live, complements the friendly ambiance quite well and there is no cover charge. The Foundry is a great choice if you are looking for a casual place to lounge with friends. Comfort is the key!
Bolsa is a popular spot for brunch in the hip Oak Cliff neighborhood. The decor is modern, yet authentic, with much of the restaurant being built with parts of the original building. There's a large outdoor patio for guests to enjoy on nice days. Enjoy your meal here with one of their delectable cocktails, a reason in themselves to pay Bolsa a visit.
Finding great sushi is often a subjective topic yet with Zen Sushi, you will be in good hands because it is often listed as one of the best in Dallas by countless sources. While you can order from the traditional sushi/sashimi menus, it's advisable to make reservations and place yourself into the owner/chef's hands. She will guide you on a 2-hour meal that is rich with variety, and will explain to you things like why the salmon needs the contrast of citrus and tuna craves soy sauce. Dress casually and save room for the chocolate soufflé. - Raine Devries
This small coffeehouse iss easy to pass by in the middle of the Bishops Art District, but is worth a drop-by. It doesn't have the notoriety as the other restaurants in the area but it's growing. The intimate café has only a handful of tables but has a lovely, relaxing set of couches and an array of architecture magazines to gaze through while enjoying a coffee and/or homemade sandwich. It's definitely worth a stop as its' sister store is now held in the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. How's that for references?
Located right in Dallas' Design District is this small craft brewery. Peticolas Brewing Company's products can be found in bars around Dallas, but the best way to taste them is right from the source. On the first and third Saturdays of every month, show up with some cash for a tour and receive a Peticolas pint glass and three wooden nickel tokens to redeems for beers at the end of the tour. Experienced and knowledgeable brewery staff guide you on a short but informative tour about the brewing process, then in the end try one of their distinctive beers like Great Scott, Velvet Hammer or Royal Scandal, among others.
Terranova Cafe is located inside the Doubletree Hotel Dallas Market Center, which is one of the best hotels in Dallas. Terranova Cafe is opened to hotel guests and locals alike. Step in early morning and sit down to a breakfast fit for a king or stop by for a mid-day meal. In spite of being a casual hang out, the cafe still maintains an air of sophistication. A perfect way to end the day is a fine meal and a couple of drinks here.
Opened at the beginning of 2013, Community Beer Company likes to think of itself as more than just a craft brewery. The brewery hosts tours every Saturday afternoon and the price gets you a pint glass and four drink tickets so you can sample the wares. They usually have a few food trucks posted up during touring times too so you can delight all your taste buds. In addition to the tours, Community Beer Company hosts all kinds of community events at the brewery like art shows, concerts and beer school just to name a few.
Antoine's Foods is a favorite sandwich spot for the best European imported meat and cheese po'boys in town. This is mainly a mini-market and take-out restaurant. However, there are cafe tables for people who want to sit and enjoy their meal. The Po'boy sandwiches are each labeled by color. The green wrapped po'boy is a popular choice - loaded with salami, imported cheese and Antoine's famous tomato relish. Fresh breads make these po'boys out-of-this-world delicious. Stock up if you are throwing a party.
Locals flock to Windmill Lounge for the reasonably priced, yet well-made drinks. This bar creates its own syrups, making for especially tasty cocktails. Another big draw for this place is the karaoke which occurs on certain nights of the week. Patrons can sing their hearts out, after a few drinks, of course. It's a great place to come for a night out with friends.
A Dallas favorite, Dunston's is family-owned and has been in business since 1955. Mouth-watering steaks are grilled over an open grill, visible as you choose from the myriad of selections available at the salad bar. Regulars consistently praise the beef stew. The ambiance is comfortable and inviting and the deep, red-cushioned booths and white table linens add a touch of class.