Comfort Suites Near Alliance
801 Byron Nelson Blvd
Roanoke, TX 76262
Phone: (817) 490-1455
Fax: (817) 490-1280
801 Byron Nelson Blvd, Roanoke, TX, US, 76262
- Phone: (817) 490-1455
- Fax: (817) 490-1280
Guests are welcome. The lodge has a great dance floor with plenty of room to move with a great lighting system & stage. They have one of the largest screens to view sports games, and have some great Cowboys parties during football season. Dart teams play on Tuesday nights. They also have a pool table, golf game, and karaoke every Thursday night. Live music every Friday night with a full dinner menu from 7 to 9 p.m. They also offer dinner and live entertainment on most Wednesday evenings.
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.
When the Texas sun sets, the Glass Cactus Nightclub comes alive. Lounge on the linen-draped bed on a one-of-a-kind two tier deck overlooking Lake Grapevine. Sip an exotic concoction from one of the four signature bars. Enjoy upscale club cuisine from an award-winning chef. Dance til 2:00 a.m. on the 2,000 sq. ft. dance floor. Prepare to see and be seen. Open Tuesday - Saturday from 5pm - 2am.
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.
Started since 1964, Flame continues to be the favorite destination for excellent steak among visitors and locals alike. Live country music enhances the casual and friendly atmosphere; the dance floor is large enough to accommodate many dancers. Steaks rule the menu, from the great rib eyes and sirloins to the bacon-wrapped filets. Of course, there are many other choices, including spicy teriyaki chicken, fork-tender fried catfish and sumptuous shrimp platters. All entrees come with a choice of salad and potatoes or rice. The bar also offers excellent choices in beer and wine.
Neon Nights is a nightclub in downtown Fort Worth that knows how to consistently put on a real party. With occasional live music and creative cocktails nightly, Neon Nights blends the flavors of country, Tejano and pop music to create an atmosphere that is truly unique to the Fort Worth region and the vibe of this popular bar. Friday and Saturday nights feature authentic cumbia music, but guests will want to get there earlier rather than later to take advantage of the no-cover-charge deals before 8pm.
This cavernous honky-tonk is America's 'Best Country Music Nightclub' according to both the Country Music Association and The Academy of Country Music. It's also one of the largest and most famous. Founded in 1981, Billy Bob's Texas offers enough room for 6,000 people to drink, play pool, play video games or dance to the live country music performed every night. Rodeo enthusiasts will enjoy the indoor arena where cowboys ride bucking bulls every weekend. Friday and Saturday night headliners are often among the biggest names in the industry, including Garth Brooks, Lee Ann Rimes, Hank Williams Jr. and Bob Hope. All have left hand prints, which are displayed in concrete around the club.
Cardona's located in the historic Stockyards is the place to go for some authentic Mexican dishes. Diners can get seated at the patio and tuck into some flavorful dishes from the grill. The signature dishes include the El Matador, Spinach and Squash Enchiladas, Beef and Chicken Fajitas and the delicious tapas which are highly recommended. The bar has an impressive selection of frozen margheritas and imported beers. This Mexican restaurant has live music as well during dinner time, so enjoy to your heart's content.
Sporting an authentic Old West saloon ambiance, the White Elephant Saloon has been named among Esquire magazine's 100 Best Bars in America. Memorabilia found in the White Elephant Saloon memorializes the Fort Worth Stockyard's past. You will also find a wonderful collection of elephant artifacts, statues and toys given to the bar by appreciative patrons from around the world, from Germany to Thailand. Country and western music is played every night. The food is the usual bar fare, made specifically to complement the drinks and entertainment.
Love Shack is listed as one of the top 105 new restaurants in the world by Conde Nast magazine. This classic burger joint owned by celebrity chef Tim Love, has four levels of outdoor seating and serves the yummiest of burgers in town. The menu consists of a variety of burgers and hot dogs, sweets and drinks. On every day of the week, this charming restaurant has a special shake to offer like Chocolate Mint, Mocha, Vanilla and Raspberry. Sunday nights is movie screening time. The casual outdoor seating, live music and the juiciest of burgers grilled to perfection make this an ideal hang-out for the young at heart.
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.
Known as one of the top blues clubs in the city, J&J Blues Bar has been bringing local, regional and national touring acts to Fort Worth since the 1980s. Top names have played here, including legends like Albert King, Koko Taylor, James Cotton and Pinetop Perkins. Dave the bartender is known for joining in on jam sessions with his harmonica. A full bar serves a variety of mixed drinks, as well as beer and wine. Live music is played most nights. Cover charge only on the weekends varies by event.