Whether you're jonesing for a prime porterhouse or juicy ribeye, Bedford's Texas Roadhouse has you covered.
Texas Roadhouse features a wide variety of flavorful low-fat and gluten-free eats.
Don't go thirsty during dinner! Texas Roadhouse also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Texas Roadhouse.
The restaurant tends to blast tunes over an already rambunctious crowd, so be ready for thunderous noise here.
Texas Roadhouse welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Texas Roadhouse's cooking from the comfort of their own home.
Call Texas Roadhouse for catering if you have a big event coming up.
At Texas Roadhouse, free parking is offered on the whole block.
Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Texas Roadhouse.
You can stop by at practically any time, since Texas Roadhouse serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Though chef Daniel Nemec specialized in classic French cuisine at the Texas Culinary Academy, his heart lies in the smokehouse. As the leader of Woodfire Kirby’s kitchen, he draws from his experiences growing up in Corpus Christi, where steaks and barbecue pepper the culinary landscape and are considered legal tender.
Nemec imbues hickory flavor in ribs, chops, and sirloin burgers, but demonstrates the wood’s versatility with a menu that also includes wood-fired soups and thin-crust pizzas. New york strip steaks and blue-ribbon fillets are cooked to a choice of six temperatures, including classic medium rare and charred-yet-red pittsburgh. Available raw, grilled, or poached, seafood showcases spices that range from asian to argentine to creole.
A private room welcomes up to 48 visitors with a high-definition TV and four banquet menus, and the dining room attracts nighttime guests with handcrafted cocktails and a buzz as vibrant as a birthday party inside a hornet nest.
Hungry for all-American cuisine? Visit Logan's Roadhouse for all of your favorite American dishes.
Foods low in fat are not on hand here, though, so get ready to loosen your belt buckle.
Enjoy a drink with your dinner — Logan's Roadhouse has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more.
Dress is typically casual at Logan's Roadhouse, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Logan's Roadhouse.
Logan's Roadhouse is surrounded by a number of street parking options for patrons.
Prices at Logan's Roadhouse typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
A perfectly marbled cut of beef is no farther away than Hurst's Outback Steakhouse.
Taste comes first on the menu here, so low-fat chow is a world away.
Outback Steakhouse also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question.
Families will feel right at home at Outback Steakhouse with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere.
Skip long waits and head to Outback Steakhouse with your large group for easy seating.
Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Outback Steakhouse.
Or, take your grub to go.
Outback Steakhouse is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30.
Hints of French and Italian cuisine mingle with Texas culinary traditions at Dino?s Steak and Claw House, where chefs deconstruct classic surf and turf inside a vintage bank building. In the kitchen, they slice fresh garlic and heirloom tomatoes between trips to the grill, which sizzles with 8-ounce beef fillets and 20-ounce porterhouses. Lobster can be ordered with a crabmeat crust or a puffy jacket of ravioli and a pistachio-froth scarf. Meals unfold atop white linen tablecloths dotted with fresh floral arrangements, and chandeliers illuminate the dining room with a glow as warm and inviting as a welcome mat made of jalape?os. Work by local artists accents the entire scene, and grand-piano ticklings turn up the classiness to a glass-shattering 11. A black-marble bar adds an extra layer of luxury, which extends to a patio made for al fresco dining.
It was on the open sea, aboard a Royal Caribbean liner, that restaurant maitre d' Francesco Secchi fell in love. Her name was Jane, a beautician from Great Britain. Her homeland was worlds apart from Francesco’s, the Italian island of Sardinia. But that didn’t phase the lovebirds—they wasted no time tying the knot, and spent the next eight years working alongside each other on Royal Caribbean ships. When the pair decided it was time to settle on dry land, they chose Dallas. Its weather reminded Francesco of his home, despite its patterns rarely being affected by ancient curses cast by Caesar.
In 1983, the Secchis embarked on their next joint endeavor: Ferarri’s Italian Villa. They rooted the restaurant in basics: a warm “Buona sera” for each arriving guest and family recipes more than a century old. This approach struck a chord with eaters, and as the business grew, so did Francesco and Jane’s family. Today, their three sons all lend their talents to the family business—Stefano, in fact, is the head chef. He and the staff still craft a menu of Sardinian classics—gnocchi, lasagna, and cioppino—as well as some upscale American dishes, such as steaks, chops, and seafood. And Francesco and Jane still man the front door every night, welcoming patrons new and old.