Featuring an extensive menu of creative American food—including The Reuben 1976, born on the restaurant and brewery's opening day—Humperdink's has served the mertroplex area for 36 years. Humperdink's boasts menu items such as barbecue ribs, sustainable seafood, steaks, gourmet burgers, and original buffalo hot wings, along with a number of award-winning microbrews crafted on the premises and served on tap.
It was April 2005 when planters began the painstaking task of rooting 7,000 vines in the rich, rocky soil of Cathedral Mountain Vineyard. Situated just 19 miles south of Alpine, Texas, the location was ideal––plentiful sun and chilly nights would sustain the Tempranillo, Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvedre vines until the grapes were ready for harvesting. That day finally arrived in 2006, when cultivators descended upon the vineyard to reap the first fruits destined to become Times Ten Cellars' Spanish- and Rhone-style wines. These may seem like extraordinary lengths to go to for a decent pour, but one look at Time Ten’s wine list is all it takes to realize its founders’ fondness for Texan-born wines knows no bounds. At the tasting bar, guests can sample limited-release wines such as Cathedral Mountain Vinyard's Dessert Red or Vino de Piedra, alongside other domestic vinos from the Lone Star State, as well as those from California and––on occasion––even Italy. On select nights, jazz music drowns out the chorus of sipping rising up from the comfy cocoa arm chairs in the lounge, and Times Ten Cellar's also offers occasional classes for anyone looking for an excuse to expand their knowledge of wine or stick their nose in other people's glasses.
Crossroads Winery is Frisco's #1 winery and wine bar. We strive to give you the best experience with the best quality wines! We are a "grape-toglass" winery with most of our grapes coming from Generations Grape Growers in west Texas.We are open Friday 5-11pm, Saturday & Sunday 1-6.Our space is available to rent other times.
You could easily spend hours inside Frisco Gun Club?even without stepping foot on the indoor range. The facility occupies a total of 4.3 acres, and every square inch is put to good use. Right inside the entrance lies a retail shop with firearms, ammunition, and accessories. NRA-certified instructors teach gun safety and firearm fundamentals in a nearby training room, while the VIP Club lounge offers a luxurious spot place to relax. A fireplace warms this members-only area, and it's here that Chef Scott Romano runs a cafe with soups, pressed sandwiches, and pizza-like flatbreads. Chef Romano's resume is impressive; he trained under both Wolfgang Puck and Charlie Palmer.
Chef Lulzim Rexhepi places a modern twist on his menu of traditional Italian dishes, keeping diners on their toes with tapas-style dishes served alongside pastas, pizzas, and seafood entrees. Prior to taking the reins of the kitchen at Veranda Italian Bistro, Lulzim trained in France and the Culinary Institute of America, sharpened his skills at the three-Michelin-starred Le Moulin de Mougins, and was the co-chef at award-winning modern Thai restaurant Kittichai. Now, at Veranda, he’s shifted his focus back to his roots in Italian cuisine. By offering a gluten-free menu, he also doesn’t exclude anyone from sampling his creations.
Recently featured in D Magazine, Havana Jim lights up the spirits of sophisticated smokers by offering an expansive selection of cigars and a comfortably upscale setting that's good for hosting puffs. The shop features a range of brands and prices; the Berger & Argenti Mooch maduro ($5) offers tasty inhales on a budget, as does the Alec Bradley Family Blend ($7), created for the fathers of the company's three principal executives out of richly flavored tobacco and power-tool extract. Higher-end light-ups such as the Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary ($11) and the Padron 1964 Imperial ($20) offer complex sensations intended to keep taste buds guessing as if tackling an Agatha Christie–penned calculus test.