The house chefs at Blaze's Sports Grill specialize in transforming the recipes that filled lunch boxes in elementary school, revamping them to give the dishes a gourmet twist. They dip corndogs in a candied jalapeno cornmeal batter, while upgrading the classic PB&J with a blanket of marshmallow cream. Thick slices of mozzarella and American cheese top the bologna sandwiches, while burgers come topped with everything from peanut butter and bacon to avocado, cheeses, ham, and salsa. Signature dishes include lobster mac and cheese casserole and the mac daddy sliders; while new menu items like gringo lobster nachos, a full pound of shrimp in the peel and eatz, and frito bandito are soon to be favorites. Even the drinks have a nostalgic charm, with staff filling fish bowls with rums and juices or creating their own homemade wine coolers from flavored vodka, fruit liqueurs, and Sprite. The atmosphere encourages guests to linger with friends or willing mailmen until the game ends, or stay for Friday night festivities of live bands.
Located within the Sanford House, the Sanford Spa and Salon is one of the most luxurious spas in Dallas. Whether you are looking for a relaxing way to wrap up your stay at the Sanford House or you want a new hair style for and evening, we will pamper you to the fullest.
Dick's draws in diners with a menu heavily concentrated in authentic, Texas-style barbecue. As with the healing of wounds and the forgetting of birthdays, time is the key ingredient of Dick's marvelous meats, which are hickory-smoked on location for as long as 12 hours to help each bite reach its palate-rocking potential. Use your jaw-mounted mouth knives to slice into barbecued chicken leg quarters ($8.99 for a four-piece plate), the rib sampler ($13.99), or a pulled pork and chopped chicken plate ($12.79)—all served with the sauce on the side, to let the flavor of the meat take center stage. Alternatively, take a flavor-fueled tour of protein paradise with Dick's Traditional Texas Feast ($17.99), which partners three ribs, half a pound of sliced brisket, and smoked sausage. A selection of sandwiches, including options such as pulled pork ($4.59), Texas hot links ($4.59), and sliced turkey ($4.99), pairs the same great meat with the latest in bread-based food grippers.
For the past 23 years, Francis Kobty has introduced clientele to the flavors of Lebanese cuisine, which is traditionally rich with grilled meats and veggies, zesty cucumber sauces, and colorful salads. Like a winter broadcast of It's a Wonderful Life dubbed into Esperanto, the bill of fare is both familiar and exotic, with fresh Turkish coffee serving as a bold complement to lamb kabobs, crispy falafel, and shish tawook, or marinated chicken breast that's grilled and served over rice. The accessible, yet authentic spread of Levantine cuisine at this BYOB restaurant has drawn the appreciation of countless customers, as well as celebrity chefs such as Guy Fieri, who featured Prince Lebanese Grill on his Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives.
The self-guided tour of Cowboys Stadium starts at the arena's pro shop and grants unfettered access to the field below for children (up to a $14.50 value), adults (up to a $17.50 value), and seniors (up to a $14.50 value). Once there, visitors are free to throw passes, snap some photos, choreograph their own hubris-riddled touchdown dance, or pose proudly on the famous Cowboys star while staring skyward at one of the largest video screens in the world. The tour also makes numerous behind-the-scenes stops, including the Cowboys' locker room, the postgame interview room, the players' game-day entrance, the Miller Lite Club, the cheerleaders' locker room, and the secret robot-player underground laboratory.