Shake off your long day with a meal from Dave & Buster's, a casual American restaurant.
No need to miss out on Dave & Buster's just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs.
Order a bottle for the table if you like — Dave & Buster's has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more.
Dave & Buster's is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
For those big group gatherings, Dave & Buster's provides plenty of space to have a good time.
Summer meals will taste even better when you enjoy them on Dave & Buster's' gorgeous patio.
Decibels can approach upper limits at this restaurant, so it's best to leave quiet conversation for another time.
You can also have Dave & Buster's cater your next event.
Or, take your grub to-go.
Dining at Dave & Buster's will set you back about $30 per person on average.
Sponsored by Texans Archery Club, the non-profit indoor Texas Archery Academy promotes the art of safe arrow-shooting for all skill levels. The academy hosts multiple levels of archery lessons, among a variety of other programs, with limited public access. Lessons held at Gass Rd. are located within the 671 acre National Shooting Complex.
Though each work at the Museum of Biblical Art explores themes or depicts scenes from the Bible, the museum?s mission is to provide invaluable insight into centuries? worth of art history as guests of all backgrounds and denominations learn about art?s portrayal of Western culture. More than 11 galleries and permanent exhibits, including Mysteries, Signs and Wonders: The Art of Barbara Hines, fill the museum?s 30,000 square feet of space, beckoning visitors to interpret installations ranging from 14th century sculptures to Meditations in Wood by Jeffrey Brosk. In addition to Jewish ceremonial art and watercolors of archaeological holy sites, the MBA also festoons its walls with works by African-American and Hispanic artists that analyze the same biblical themes, albeit from a different cultural perspective.
One of the museum?s permanent fixtures is a life-size bronze casting of Michelangelo?s Piet?, which was authorized by the Vatican and created by a Florentine foundry that practices the same wax-casting technique formerly used by Renaissance artists. Additionally, lithographs by Marc Chagall depict his interpretations of themes in the Old Testament, and line the colonnade leading from the Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden to the gallery of contemporary art by supercomputers that needed to express themselves.
Trainer and fitness guru Justin Bradshaw modeled SGT. H20's CombatSwim after the rigorous training he received as an Army diver. His challenging exercises encourage full-body fitness, using workouts that build stamina, boost metabolism, improve swimming skills, and promote weight loss. Incorporating the best of land-based cross-training systems, CombatSwim includes plenty of high-intensity interval training and pulse-hiking calisthenics. In the pool, water adds extra resistance that amplifies the effects of the exercises, which include swimming sprints, endurance swimming, and treading water with weights. Designed to sharpen the mind as well as the body, CombatSwim leaves exercisers with the same confidence and conditioning as some of the world's elite military warriors.
Every Dallas Cowboys fan looks forward to game day, but thanks to Gameday Sports Tours, there's something new to look forward to?game weekend. With the company's travel packages, fans head to Dallas for football-filled weekend vacations that include the hotel, breakfast, and of course, game tickets.
When they're not cheering on the Cowboys on the team's home turf, fans are busy with other football activities, including meeting and greeting pro players, who happily autograph memorabilia, unless it's a blank check.
Fans also enjoy pre-game tailgate parties, where Cowboys alumni serve up their own creations, and private group tours of AT&T Stadium.