Come see the latest Hollywood classics at Studio Movie Grill in Colleyville.
When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this theater has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger.
You won't need to get a sitter before heading to this theater — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Studio Movie Grill offers safe bike parking outside.
For the theatrically inclined, Pat Riddle School of Dance offers engaging plays for your enjoyment in Colleyville.
At Pat Riddle School of Dance, you can save time and money by parking in the garage next door.
For 27 years, Doubletake Dance Studio has been teaching dance and helping students build confidence. Moving across the suspended floors constructed to prevent and reduce injuries, dancers of all ages refine their techniques under the guidance of experienced instructors. The teachers lead students starting at the age of 2 through ballet, tap, hip hop, and jazz, and as students get older, they focus in on skills, learning leaps, turns, and pointe.
If there were a saloon at the border of the fourth dimension where every empty could disappeared to, it would probably look a lot like Ron's Corner Tavern. Behind the shotgun-style bar, cans of all stripes line the walls, hailing from Austria, England, Belgium, and the sprawling beer forests of Germany. The tavern keeps more than 30 craft brews on draught, such as Real Ale Devil's Backbone and Left Hand Milk Stout, and another 50+ in cans and bottles. Though Ron's styles itself as a craft-beer bar, their curated selection of more than 100 kinds of scotch, bourbon, and whiskey would impresses even the most grizzled prospector. Many of those oaken-hued ryes—along with a supporting cast of acai liquer and jalapeño tequila—make appearances in managing partner Mark Kelcher's original specialty cocktails, including the Texas daiquiri and the Blackberry mojito.
For a break in the bacchanalia, the tavern salutes the Lone Star State with a smattering of relaxed New American snacks and entrees. Appetizers, such as panko-breaded fried avocado slices preface entrees including the Texas burger—buried under a mountain of cheddar, bacon, and barbecue sauce.
A spacious and casual gathering spot, Big Shots Sports Café is where visitors can stretch out, watch the game, and have a burger and beer. The staff will also agree that it’s the kind of place supposed founder Millard P. Foonswaggle would have enjoyed, kicking back after wrestling pythons and generally living on the edge. Inside, patrons sidle up to the bar for a frozen margarita or relax in a booth with an appetizer platter piled with onion strings, buffalo wings, mozzarella sticks, pickle chips, fries, and fried jalapeños. Stop in on Wednesday, Saturday, or Sunday nights for games of Texas hold’em or Friday evenings for live music.