The Marble Slab Creamery sensory experience begins by just walking past the storefront, where the buttery scent of fresh-baked waffle cones drifts out into the air. Once inside, buckets of gourmet ice cream, crafted on site from Marble Slab’s original French recipe or flown in directly from ice-cream mines high in the northern Himalayas, entice the eyes with a rainbow of colors. Once clients have made a flavor selection, they choose from a smorgasbord of mix-ins, from fresh fruit to nuts to candy and crumbled cookies, which an ice cream chef then hand-folds in atop a frosty marble slab before packing the finished custom-designed flavor masterpiece into a house-made waffle cone.
In addition to procuring hand-held treats, Marble Slab Creamery can send creations home in a variety of other formats, such as ice cream cakes, cupcakes, and hand-packed quarts, or in the capable hands of a catering team that arrives at events with portable marble slabs or sundae bars in tow.
Walk on the wild side of Texan history at The State Line. Featuring beautiful Spanish architecture and a gorgeous courtyard, The State Line pays homage to a time long ago. Chefs at The State Line grill up seasoned vegetarian kabobs and cook up sirloin and salmon for diners’ appetites. Guests can bring a group and dine family style with heaping bowls of potato salad, coleslaw and beans accompanied with a choice of meats. Extras like homemade bread and ice cream round out the meal. Visitors can enjoy lunch at The State Line as well, with mouthwatering sandwiches and burgers in the line-up. Kids will appreciate the children’s menu with dishes as savory as the ones their parents get. Guests with gluten free needs will be pleased to find a selection of items such as brisket, smoked chicken and baby back ribs made according to gluten free standards. Walk into old Texan history at The State Line.
The chefs at Delaney’s Steakhouse know how to prepare a good steak. They aim to bring the steak’s flavor to the forefront using a simple seasoning of sea salt and cracked black pepper. They then quickly sear the meat at 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit to keep the juices in. But it’s Delaney’s strict aging process that brings out the best flavors in its filet mignon, boneless rib eye, and traditional slow roasted prime rib. Each steak is, at the very minimum, aged for a period that is equivalent to the length of a standard middle-school romance (21 days), and then the steak is cut by hand at the restaurant.
In addition to juicy steaks, the menu also has a number of seafood selections including the Chilean sea bass and bacon-wrapped shrimp. All dishes are served in an elegant dining room punctuated by glossy, wooden accents and a long, marble-topped bar.
Texas Roadhouse is an institution when it comes to Southern BBQ. Use that cheat-day you’ve been saving up wisely and engage in a sinfully delicious feast of the visual, tactile, and olfactory senses. Bite into the soft, chewy, freshly baked complimentary soft rolls with a side of cinnamon butter. Move on to the savory sweet taste of their BBQ slathered rib eye steak and baked potatoes. Gulp down an ice-cold glass of deliciously tangy sweet tea. Top it all off with a generous slice of their smooth, creamy strawberry cheesecake (because everyone knows there’s a second stomach for dessert!) Legendary menu items at the Roadhouse include their generously battered and deep-fried onion rings with a side of spicy Cajun horseradish sauce, their juicy, lean, and tender pork chops, and their gravy-slathered country fried chicken.
When you go to a restaurant, you aren’t just paying for someone else to fix dinner. You pay for the lighting, for the décor and for the entertainment too. At the end of the night, you decide if it was worth the bill or not. At Texas Roadhouse, the bill stays reasonable and with great food and a great experience, you’re getting a deal! The founder, Kent, wanted a place where families could come and enjoy each other’s company while having good food and entertainment. In addition to hand-cut steaks, large portions, famous ribs and award-winning red chili, Texas Roadhouse also has a jukebox you can listen to, a wait staff dedicated to you having a good time, and even deals and discounts when you ‘like’ them online! At Texas Steakhouse, you dine here for an experience, not just sustenance.
Landry’s Seafood House first opened in 1947. Since then, they have expanded wildly and become a permanent fixture in the Gulf Coast. You'll enjoy a fresh and delicious seafood experience any time you stop by Landry’s for lunch or dinner. The selections are numerous and all created with the highest possibly quality ingredients. Dishes include classic starters of oysters Rockefeller, seafood stuffed mushrooms, and New Orleans crawfish bread. Taste one of their fresh sandwiches, salads, or signature fish entrees. For dinner there are elegant offerings of Alaskan king crab, seared scallops, crawfish étouffée, and shrimp enbrochette. And, just in case you’re the person whose wasn’t to head to the seafood place, there is also a fantastic selection of steak, pasta, and roasted chicken!