Comfort Suites Near Alliance
801 Byron Nelson Blvd
Roanoke, TX 76262
Phone: (817) 490-1455
Fax: (817) 490-1280
In addition to enjoying excellent service in this classic cafe, you will find a menu that offers a large range of New American dishes from bacon-wraped tiger shrimp stuffed with roasted japapeno jack cheese to a Stilton-crusted rib-eye steak with port-shallot demi-glaze.
This small restaurant offers tasty brisket, pulled pork and smoked sausage.
A humble little restaurant, Fish & Knife presents its patrons with a gorgeous menu of Japanese cuisine. Located in the affluent town of Trophy Club, this petite eatery has minimal decor and a cozy-home-like atmosphere. Hibachi Shrimp, Filet Mignon, and sushi and sashimi varieties remain to be popular on their extensive menu. This restaurant is casual, cool and laid-back, and deems to be the perfect choice for a relaxing lunch with your loved ones.
This North Fort Worth restaurant is the second location for an old favorite. The original on University Drive is only open for breakfast and lunch, while this new location serves dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. The interior is bright with a friendly, family-style atmosphere. The menu centers around homestyle favorites, just like your mom used to make. Breakfast choices include pancakes, egg omelets, and moist biscuits. Lunch and dinner favorites include beef stew, chicken and dumplings, and burgers, as well as a variety of sandwiches and salads. Other Locations are: 509 University Drive, Fort Worth, TX, 76107. Tel (+1 817 332 9552).
Specializing in custom designed cakes for all occasions, this bakery also offers catering services, as well as a complete package of services for every kind of special event.
Established in 2012, FnG Eats offers delicious American comfort food. Managed by chef duo, Carlos Arevalo and Bob Stephenson, this restaurant gets its name from their respective sobriquets, Flaco and Gordo. Locally sourced, fresh produce is used to prepare delicious contemporary dishes. Begin your meal with a salad, follow it up with sumptuous Hickory Citrus Chicken Fettuccine, and end it on a sweet note with Citrus Buttermilk Pound Cake. This restaurant does not accept cards, so fill your pockets with ample cash before visiting.
Brothers Curtis and Chris Wells are proud of their four-star restaurant, Classic Cafe. Executive chef Jennifer Brightman serves her signature beef dishes with crawfish-butter, stilton cheese and many other ingredients. Beef entrees include the 16-ounce bone-in rib eye, which comes coated with blue cheese and breadcrumbs, as well as the daily beef special. If you are not in the mood for beef, try one of the many classic chicken entrees, the Asian-flavored Soy-Glazed salmon or the savory swordfish special. Desserts include such favorites as pecan pie and crème brûlée. The space sports a good-sized lounge, a library with wood paneling, two dining rooms, a fireplace and stucco walls. The restaurant has another location at 504 North Oak Street, Roanoke TX 76262 (+1 817 430 8185).
Truluck's is name synonymous with exquisite seafood and indulgent dining. Truluck's brings the same passion for seafood to Southlake, located at the Southlake Town Center in the heart of downtown. On the menu patrons will find some of the best variety of the freshest and seasonal seafood sourced from local artisan purveyors; highlights being the Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, New Orleans BBQ Shrimp, South Georgia Sea Bass, Cioppino and Maine Lobster. Meat lovers won't be disappointed either with entrees featuring some of the best prime cuts like Center-Cut Filet and Angus All Natural Ribeye. A bespoke wine list accompanies the menu selections, adding a finesse to each course. The atmosphere is classy, and live music and sharp service make dining here a memorable experience. Reservations are highly recommended.
Located in the town square of Southlake, Rockfish is an excellent place to entertain out-of-town guests. The close proximity to DFW Airport makes it an easy trip if you are staying at one of the airport hotels. The restaurant has a warm and rustic ambiance, which is accentuated by the fishing pictures that adorn the walls. Menu favorites include the beach party platter—two pounds of crab and a pound each of shrimp and sausage. Other selections include blackened catfish, barbecued salmon with red onions, the Louisiana pot roast, and chicken breast dinner(grilled or blackened). Key lime pie and bread pudding with bourbon sauce are great dessert choices.
Andrew's is a family restaurant, serving up great food morning to night. They offer a world class beer and wine list. Banquets, catering, and private meeting rooms are available.
Specializing in Sicilian home cooking, this restaurant offers a variety of specialty, gourmet pizzas with all of the sauces, meatballs, dough, and Italian sausages made-from-scratch daily. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
At T's Asian Kitchen, fusion dishes reign supreme. The mostly Chinese and Vietnamese influenced restaurant features a number of favorites from both cuisines, including sweet and sour chicken, lemon butter chicken and pho. If you're looking for something especially delectable, try the beef and crispy potatoes, a truly glorious combination of flavors sure to satisfy even the most insatiable of appetites. The flavors of Asia are alive and well here at T's Asian Kitchen.