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Trio Café's executive chef, Jason Harper, a seasoned culinarian with a passion for global cuisine, shellacs taste buds with dishes outlined on a tightly constructed menu. The Mediterranean trio—a starter of oven-heated pita, garlic hummus, and greek salad ($7.95)—muffles the impatient moans of abdominal food sacks pining for gut-satiating sandwiches, all of which arrive tableside with kettle chips or a side house salad. Sandwich selections include the ham-and-brie panini ($7.95) and the beef tenderloin melt, which wraps a succulent hoagie around caramelized onions and portabellas soused in creamy horseradish sauce ($10.95). Veggie-seeking diners can also satiate their leaf-lust by forking through a salad, such as the rustic caesar—a lush amalgamation of yellow tomatoes, sourdough croutons, and parmesan crisps ($7.95)—or by tilting back a tall, energizing, meat-free cup of coffee or iced tea ($1.75).

8300 Precinct Line Rd
Colleyville,
TX
US

Now Open!!! We serve Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner. Our hours of operations are 6:00A.M. to 10:00P.M. every day.

5150 Colleyville Boulevard
Colleyville,
TX
US

After tasting Italian espresso as a teenager, the owner of this European café devoted his life to perfecting its flavors on his own. Years of trial-and-error have served him well, as you won’t find an ounce of over-roasted Americanized coffee here. Instead, he specializes in espresso and French-pressed coffee from directly traded and drum-roasted beans.

2350 Hall Johnson Rd
Grapevine,
TX
US

New York-style pizza and Italian-style Italian food fill the menu at Caf? Sicilia, a casual neighborhood joint with a welcoming feel. Served by the pie or slice, sizzling pizzas are topped with canadian bacon, mushrooms, capers, artichokes, and other standard or specialty toppings and give off the aromas of toasted crust and melty cheese. Deep dish, sicilian-style pies pack an extra hearty punch, while stromboli and calzones transform the slice into a more compact culinary vehicle.

Outside the pizza realm, Caf? Sicilia's chefs plate fettucini alfredo, baked ziti, tortellini, and lasagna. Kids can tuck into spaghetti and meatballs or chicken parmigiana, while parents feast on zuppa de pesce, an assortment of seafood layered in zesty marinara. Culinary expeditions conclude with tiramisu, cannoli, and plain or chocolate cheesecake.

7221 Matlock Rd
Arlington,
TX
US

A woven hanging light looms overhead, casting a buttery glow on wall alcoves festooned with orchid arrangements. Nearby, booths flaunt intricate geometric designs to match throw pillows on the adjacent sofa. The walls are comprised of texturally diverse materials such as stacked stone, exposed brick, and barbecue-flavored wallpaper, an eclectic assortment that mirrors Orchid City Café's mélange of Cajun, American, and Asian fusion fare.

Poboys and Thai-style rice dishes overflow with a choice of catfish, salmon, and chicken—all available fried, grilled, blackened, or interrogated. Chefs also mold half-pound Angus sirloin burgers to pair with fresh-cut french fries and specialty drinks such as smoothies or sweet boba tea.

2135 Southeast Parkway
Arlington,
TX
US

Friendly, neighborhood coffee shop and cafe in Arlington, TX. First restaurant in Arlington with bicycle delivery service. Offer Vegan and Vegetarian Menu items too.

208 S Mesquite St
Arlington,
TX
US