Comfort Suites Las Colinas Center
1223 Greenway Cir.
Irving, TX 75038
Phone: (972) 518-0606
Fax: (972) 518-2579
Located in the city of Dallas, The Flow Lounge is a new trendy nightclub and lounge inside the DFW metroplex. This nightclub has all the happening people visiting the place and some of the very best drinks and food on offer. The DJ spins amazing hits from both local as well as international artists. So for a celebrity like experience hit the club now.
Beamers draws large crowds of Dallas residents and visitors for its Happy Hour Extravaganza. Here, you can enjoy amazing drinks and food from the buffet. Nights are just as fun, with energetic music playing and theme nights that change from time to time. The club is huge, boasting 25,000 square feet (2,323 square meters) of space.
A spacious dance floor where you can burn those extra calories and music ranging from pop, techno, jazz, house to rap, salsa and latino—Club 2009 is a definite hit with the crowds. You can play a set of pool while sip on a cool cocktail or laze on the leather couches in the lounge area of the club. The club can also be booked for private parties or any social or corporate event. So if you are looking for a party place in Dallas, Club 2009 is the right choice.
This venue offers a revolutionary combination of a lounge, restaurant, bar and nightclub. While the menu offers Nuevo Latino cuisine featuring dishes like Calamari Frittes and Spicy Penne Pasta, the sleek long bar has an array of drinks including the best of Latin liquors, wines and cocktails. The red interiors exude cozy warmth where lounging about with old friends or making new ones is easy. Head to the club to party, where you can groove to the trendiest of tunes all evening. All this under one roof! Wonder what Che would've thought of that!
This large space features dance lessons, live music, concerts and even mechanical bull riding. Various DJ sets, live music, and jukebox tunes provide a fun atmosphere for any crowd; indeed Cowboys Red River attracts many different age groups. It is the perfect place to kick back and have a good time and you'll never be short of a drink because there is more than one bar.
This rocking 21+ nightclub plays all kinds of music from latin to reggae. The atmosphere is alive with energy and the staff is ever ready to make sure you have a good time. Weekends get very crowded, but there's enough standing room for all. Saturday nights are happening with the DJs keeping the crowds grooving to some great beats. The dance club is also a venue for live music performances by upcoming bands.
Goldfinger Restaurant offers live musical entertainment along with good Greek food. What a wonderful way to celebrate or just enjoy the evening. Traditional Greek-influenced décor is combined with American furnishings. Specialty dishes include choices such as Tenderloin Souvlakia, Shrimp and Lamb Chops. Accompany your meal with a drink from the vast choices on the menu.
The Glass Cactus is one of Dallas' biggest and brightest clubs. Within the 39,000 square feet of floor space one will find five separate and distinct bars, multiple lounge areas, a massive dance floor, a sound stage and outside patio seating for mingling and people watching. And if you get thirsty or hungry, look no further, because the venue prepares house specialties such as Mini Black Angus Beef Burgers and Spicy Thai Chicken Spring Rolls. Also, why not tantalize your palette by trying a mixed drink with one one their many varieties of tequila—it has the biggest variety in Texas! Dress to impress. Expect lines and admission fees on certain nights.
Looking to be wined and dined? Arthur's offers a wide selection of traditional and contemporary western delicacies accompanied by classic cocktails and wines. The rich tastes, dark woods, oil paintings and live music make for a stunning ambiance.
This predominately gay club is a favorite party spot. The Brick boasts a sound and light show before filling the dance floor with the eclectic tribal and house grooves from the regular DJ Ric Herrington as well as guest circuit spinners. This is definitely one experience you won't soon forget.
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.
If you're in the mood for good Salvadorian cuisine, look no further than Gloria's Restaurant on Lemmon Avenue. You can try the Mesquite Grilled Chicken Fajitas or Chimichanga, and don't forget to have their famous Flan for dessert. Gloria's also provides live music on certain nights, where you can salsa the night away. The happy hour has especially good deals, such as House Margaritas and Mojitos for $3.