Comfort Suites Lake Ray Hubbard
8701 E. Interstate - I-30
Rowlett, TX 75088
Phone: (972) 463-9595
Fax: (972) 463-9229
8701 E. Interstate - I-30, Rowlett, TX, US, 75088
- Phone: (972) 463-9595
- Fax: (972) 463-9229
Bars & Cafes
Promising a range of exotic coffee beans ,The Generator has turned into a haven for coffee lovers from the time it has opened doors. The coffee house features aromatic coffee beans that are freshly brewed to offer its beverages a delectable taste. Besides enjoying lip-smacking coffee, patrons also come here to enjoy the cozy ambiance that envelopes the place as well as to partake in the yoga classes that take place on-site. The Generator also hosts live musicals and gigs on Fridays and Saturdays. Young, upcoming musicians are offered a chance to display their talent during these sessions. Call ahead to know more.
Looking for a good time with your buddies over drinks and great food? Then come down to the most happening spot in town - Houlihan's. Located at the Firewheel Town Center Mall, this is not your ordinary watering hole; the classy atmosphere combined with classic American comfort food and great happy hour deals attract the coolest in town. Food is served in tapas style as well as large plates, and choice of entrees includes tantalizing specialties like Roasted Chicken, BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Panko Breaded Shrimp and Prime Top Sirloin. The drinks line-up is extensive and will certainly ensure late nights of fun and banter. Reservations are welcomed.
At Goodfriend Dallas, owners Matt and Josh celebrate their passion for drinking with 60 bottled and 16 draft beers, as well as an extensive collection of spirits. The easy-going and fun-loving nature of the bar personnel rubs off on everyone, making it a relaxed and magnetic haven for locals and visitors alike. The burgers here are amazing, but there are also sandwiches and salads to enjoy.
White Rock Abbey boasts a bevvy of local brews, showcasing Dallas's finest craft creations in their upbeat, spacious bar room. Eighteen of the forty three draft options are brewed right in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, all spanning a wide variety of styles and flavor profiles. The remainder of the taps are populated by Texas-made beers as well as a variety of non-Texan domestic and European selections that are all lumped together in the "foreign" column. The seating options are quite diverse at White Rock Abbey, plush armchairs filling an open parlor space while more traditional raised tables and bar-side seating complete the accommodations. A small menu of bar food and more substantial entrees are available throughout most of the day, highlighting predictable favorites like Mexican platters and flat-breads as well as signature pizza creations like the BBQ Bird. With one of the most diverse tap selections in the area, White Rock Abbey is worth a stop.
Enjoy great Italian food at Alfonso's. The friendly service and made-to-order dishes are excellent. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, as though you are sitting in Aunt Maria's kitchen waiting for your lasagna. Begin your meal with an order of scrumptious garlic rolls. The lasagna and pizza are great, but the specialty here is the chicken piccata. Alfonso's also features a fully stocked bar with a well-rounded wine list.
Entertainment, drinks and a bundle of attitude, Ok Sports Bar has them all. Party all night with your friends, in a club that spells fun all the way. From Tequila shots to amazing concerts, Ok Sports Bar is a party animals dream come true. Subdued lights and a youthful crowd make for a stress-free environment. If that's not all, one can also hop into recently relocated Club Babalu that shares the same address, thus adding to your Dallas nightlife experience.
Mangos Hookah Bar and Night Club opened its doors in 2012 and is popular for their shisha specialties which range from the traditional to modern concoctions. They also feature rotating DJ's every week along with theme nights. You can also order for food which is brought from the nearby Habibi Cafe. Since no drinks are served, you can bring your own alcohol. You can either dance the night away or enjoy a hookah in Mangos.
Bikinis, as the name suggests, is more than just a regular sports bar. Through Bikinis, Doug has managed to turn every man's fantasy into a reality. The bar offers, good food, good beers, sports, reasonable pricing and bikini-clad waitresses. The menu is lined with an array of options to choose, from burgers to tacos and pizzas and more. The place is WiFi enabled and great to spend time with friends.
Located in a strip mall off of Forest Lane, Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant has been serving Northeast Dallas delicious cuisine for over a decade. Their injera flat bread is baked perfectly and compliments every dish. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and can assist you with any questions you might have about the food. The cuisine is served on large platters and meant to be shared. Sautéed veggies, spicy meat, lentils, stews and beans dominate the menu, with many vegetarian options. A traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony is offered every Sunday from 1p-3p, call ahead for details.
Owner Takashi Soda opened SushiSake in 1997. New customers consistently join longtime clientele in visiting this superb sushi bar. Mr. Soda's meal preparation approach is assertive, and a host of chefs behind the counter reflect his attitude. This stunning spot draws North Dallas nightlife with its traditional Japanese ambiance. House specialties are Toro, Broiled Eel and Spicy Tuna Roll. As the name implies, sake is very important at Sushisake. Premium sakes are always featured items. A full bar is also available.
If you are a lover of Cajun and Creole cuisine then Razzoo's is a safe bet. The restaurant has a dining area and bar which is always packed to the hilt. The service staff is prompt and friendly and the atmosphere is casual. Worth trying out are the Cajun delicacies like the half shell oysters, gator tail, jambalaya, blackened catfish, Cajun etouffee and the barbecued chicken ribs, fried shrimps and chilled beers. The cafe also caters to party orders.
Legal Grounds serves up an innovative and quirky combination of gourmet and specialty coffees with specialty legal services by attorney and owner, David Musselwhite. Legal services are confidential and unobtrusive. The library-style decor offers warm, cozy chairs from which to sip coffee and tea. It is typically the first stop for many morning commuters. Menus are simple and select, one for coffee, teas and food; another for legal services. Coffees range from classic cappuccino and mochas to imaginative concoctions of hazlenut, almond and expresso (known as the Juror's Jubliee). Frozen or iced coffees are also on hand as are loose-leaf teas. Prices for iced coffee are the same as for hot. The 'Daily Docket' lunch specials include salads and sandwiches, perfect for a quick bite on the go. Legal services include uncontested divorces or name changes, consultations and reviews.