Comfort Suites Near Alliance
801 Byron Nelson Blvd
Roanoke, TX 76262
Phone: (817) 490-1455
Fax: (817) 490-1280
Bars & Cafes
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).
The Tap-In is Grapevine's own European-style pub, with great food and an extensive selection of Scotch and Bourbon. Open for lunch and dinner, you can choose from a wide variety of menu items including wings, poppers, pizza, burgers, sandwiches and fish and chips. Cold tap beers including Guiness, Blue Moon, Smithwick Ale and Shiner Bock. Live music on Friday and Saturday nights and Karaoke on Tuesdays. Open M-Th, 11:00AM - Midnight. Friday & Saturday til 1:00AM and Sunday, Noon til 10:00PM.
This fun establishment was transformed from an auto garage into its current exhilarating state. The popular bar is always hopping from happy hour into the wee hours of the morning. The casual rustic decor with wood accents create an ambiance enjoyed by families and singles alike. Enjoy good down-home eats in the back restaurant area, including a Texas tradition, chicken fried steak. The giant Texas buffet located under a real Model T Ford makes for an interesting, nostalgic dining experience.
In the heart of historic downtown Grapevine, Esparza's has a steady stream of hungry patrons from open to close. Family owned and operated, the vast menu boasts handmade specialties. Esparza's is especially crowded between 5pm and 7pm, when the after-work crowd descends in search of Esparza's famous margaritas. It's charming because it was once a spacious neighborhood home and historic buildings still surround it. After happy hour, there are plenty of families, friends and couples. The expansive menu has shrimp kabobs, tortilla soup and chicken tampiquena along with a well-rounded dessert selection. For a variety of tastes in one meal, try the appetizer platter loaded with taquitos, quesadillas, stuffed jalapenos and flautas.
This wonderful Italian bistro, set in out of the way location on Highway 26, is a great find. The lighting is low and romantic, and the table settings are elegant white with pretty, clear glassware. Decorations at the La Bistro include Italian countryside-influenced pictures. All entrees include spaghetti, soup or salad. House specialties include the filet mignon Madeira with mushrooms and wine sauce, and veal in a brandy sauce with shallots and cream. A wide variety of wines is available by the bottle, including Dom Perignon, along with a full bar. The dessert menu offers excellent tiramisu.
Using USDA Prime beef, Vineyard Steak House has crafted a menu of delicious steaks for you to savor. Be it the cowboy rib-eye, lady's cut filet, porterhouse or strip, each and every one is absolutely scrumptious. In addition to steaks, the restaurant has a number of seafood delicacies like broiled lobster tail and Scottish salmon for you to relish. Sides like wood-grilled vegetables and bacon cheddar spinach casserole are great accompaniments. No visit to the Vineyard is complete without going up to the Sky Bar, which, in addition to drinks, has live music between Thursday and Saturday. It is open later than then the restaurant below. Happy Hour is from 5p to 7p every day of the week.
All you steak-lovers, troop down to the Saltgrass Steak House. Juicy chunks of Certified Angus Beef, chicken and seafood cooked rare, medium or well done, tempt you into eating way more than what's good for your waistline! Soups, salads, sandwiches and homemade desserts are available for those who don't want to pig out. Diners can also go in for the Saltgrass Combos like the Grilled Chicken Breast & Gulf Shrimp, and let your little ones choose from the kids' menu. Loosen your belt a notch or two and make sure you feast on the delicious desserts like the Chocolate Layer Cake, which has six layers! Yum!
J. Christen's Grill and Bar is located just a couple of miles south from the Texas Motor Speedway, and its interior is decorated with racing pictures, racing car doors, checkered flags and framed fire suits. The food includes chicken, burgers, catfish, steaks and Tex-Mex dishes. The plump, spicy grilled chicken filet is liberally dusted with spices before being grilled, and the half-pound mushroom and grilled onion cheeseburger is simply superb! Gourmets are delightful including juicy prime filet mignon, complete with grilled onions and mushrooms. Desserts include an excellent lime pie and the chocolate shell dessert stuffed with pound cake, strawberries and whipped cream.
Abuelo's, which means "grandfather's" in Spanish is located close to the DFW airport. Famous traditional Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes are prepared here in a gourmet style and are elegantly served in generous portions. Delicious entree choices include a huge platter of mesquite-flavored chicken fajita nachos, the enchilada sampler and the pechuga alcaparrada(split breast of chicken stuffed with mushrooms and monterrey jack cheese). The rich desserts such as flan, capirotada-bread pudding with pecans and raisons, and margarita pie rival those at any other gourmet restaurant.
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.
Have an early morning flight to catch and no breakfast? There is no reason to worry if you are at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Cereality, located at gate 6 of Terminal C is the perfect place to have a scrumptious breakfast, that will keep you satisfied for long. A range of your favorite cereals in combination with hot or cold milk and a variety of toppings is available here. Drop by to enjoy their fresh juices and coffees along with a big bowl of cereal.