3615 Grandview Drive 500 N. I-27, Plainview, TX, US, 79072
- Phone: (806) 293-7700
- Fax: (806) 293-7708
This watering hole is located in downtown and is frequented mostly by a white-collared crowd. It has pool tables for entertainment and the bar serves some exotic drinks. The food is mostly local cuisine but nothing much to write home about. If you visit the bar in the football season, you will find a special Bloody Mary bar over the weekends.
Located inside the Hotel Adolphus, this restaurant's exquisite decor adds a touch of elegance to the quiet and subdued dining room. The French Room is a popular place for romantic occasions. Reservations, as well as jackets for men, are required. The menu is priced by the number of courses you choose for your meal—two, three or four. Macadamia Nut Crusted Lobster and House Smoked Salmon are a few of the chef's specialties. The French Room is regularly praised as one of the best restaurants in Texas.
In the regal and grand premises of the Hotel Adolphus, lies a peppy side named Rodeo Bar and Grill. With rich wood paneling flaunting Old West collectibles, this hip place reflects a countryside charm along with a hint of contemporary styles. Savor this charming setting with a packed lunch of Grilled Steak Sandwich or Greek Style Garden Salad with a basket of crisp French Fries. Have a hearty dinner with wholesome Smoked Chicken Quesadillas, hot soups, made-to-order pizzas and host of Tex-Mex delicious varieties. A lip-smacking Classic Vanilla Crème Brûlée coupled with your favorite show sums up the whole delightful experience. So come by and enjoy true Rodeo style!
Located in the Adolphus hotel, the Bistro is refreshing change from the otherwise sophisticated fine dining options at this hotel. Cream walls contrasted with bright blue colored tables, each adorning fresh bouquets add to the cheerful ambiance. With his culinary experience, Chef Jason Weaver dishes out international culinary delights prepared with ingredients fresh from the farm. Head here anytime of the day and you are sure to be satiated with the filling appetizers and wholesome entrees. All in all, a charming place for in-between work meals as well as after-work relaxation with friends.
The sleek, modern setting of this seafood specialty restaurant welcomes guests to enjoy an underwater feast like no other. Pan-fried chili oysters and other succulent appetizers prepare you for the culinary talent to be found here. Fish comes artfully presented in a full entrée or as sliced sashimi and sushi. The swordfish and mackerel are favorites. Though there is some "turf" for those who don't care to surf: tenderloin, rib-eye and t-bone are all offered, or you can order a portion of savory meat alongside lobster to indulge in both sea and land options. The international and domestic wine list has more offerings than the dinner menu—and speaking of menus, have a look at the dessert list before you leave; artisan cheeses, cheesecakes, and capuccino chocolate cakes are all full of promise.
This upscale eatery serves up some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - it all features on the menu, and you can whet your appetite beforehand with the seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here is sure to take on your wallet!
This restaurant, which has four locations in Texas, blends classic Mexican flavors with progressive cooking techniques to produce interesting dishes. The menu includes chipotle glazed salmon, chile relleno and shrimp enchiladas. Save room for their white chocolate strawberry margarita with tres leches! If you are looking for a delicious, authentically prepared Mexican meal, then look no further than Iron Cactus.
Sol Irlandes in Richardson is the second location of a Dallas favorite that throws a unique spin on traditional Mexican fare. Over the years this eatery has served some of the best Tex-Mex cuisine around. You can satisfy your taste buds while watching your favorite sport on the huge flat screen TVs or have a great time at the pool table or the bar at the dining area. Popular entrees include crispy tortilla shells overstuffed with juicy fajita meat and crisp, fresh lettuce as well as mesquite grilled peppered bacon wrapped jumbo shrimp. Tres leches chocolate cake and fried ice cream are there to take care of the sweet tooth.
A meal at Charlie Palmer at The Joule is high on three things taste, texture and quality. Celebrated chef Charlie Palmer's namesake diner is famous for good and sumptuous American cuisine. Be it Kurabuta Pork Chop' or 'Little Neck Clam Chowder', each dish on the extensive menu is finger-licking delicious. Team it up with a bottle of vintage wine, hand picked by the chef, and you are bound to have a memorable meal. The decor which is full of earthy colors like rustic red and caramel gives this diner a very comfortable and warm feel.
Members of the Tower Club Dallas have some great amenities at their disposal, among which Triniti is one. A fine dining restaurant, it is ideal for working professionals looking for a suitable venue for a business lunch. Should you be looking for a quiet meal, there is no better place than the Sky Box; the small table is set in a glass-walled suite where there are no disturbances. You can enjoy a lunch buffet at the Club Tables between 11.30a and 2p, Monday to Friday.
Although many people are introduced to The Zodiac while taking a break from all the shopping opportunities Neiman Marcus presents, the restaurant is an attraction in its own right. Located on the sixth floor of the hugely successful department store, the restaurant has scrumptious seasonal offerings for its patrons. With many dishes meant for the health conscious and those with special dietary requirements, this restaurant takes pains to cater to everyone. Braised pot roast, pumpkin ravioli and sautéed salmon filet are the kind of delicious items you should expect to see on the menu. There is a long list of wines and cocktails as well. Reservations are highly recommended.