Sleep Inn Maingate Six Flags
750 Six Flags Dr.
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (817) 649-1010
Fax: (817) 649-8811
750 Six Flags Dr., Arlington, TX, US, 76011
- Phone: (817) 649-1010
- Fax: (817) 649-8811
Enjoy Texas style juicy steaks, tangy ribs, and tender chicken, all grilled over an open mesquite-wood fire at this restaurant that also features live country western music seven nights a week. They are open nightly for dinner.
You'll enjoy great steaks, chicken, and seafood, all chargrilled over an open campfire at this restaurant that also serves homemade breads, soups, and desserts. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Located in the penthouse of the nine-story Brookhollow Two, this entertainment district restaurant offers elegant dining on Country French-American cuisine.
In business since 1979, this pagoda-roofed place was actually built by the original owners from the ground up. All signature dishes are based on authentic recipes from native Taiwan. The beautifully embossed decorative screens were imported from the owners' homeland in Taiwan. Enjoy the beautiful decor, while you dine on excellent choices of of your favorite Taiwanese dishes, including a variety of spicy pork, chicken and beef entrées.
Cityhouse is Sheraton Arlington Hotel's signature restaurant and bar specializing in local and American cuisine. The interiors are bedecked with casual elegance and simple luxury making the restaurant a perfect destination for hearty breakfasts, leisurely lunches and candlelit dinners. The inviting vibe and top-notch service complement the food and drinks. Post dining patrons can head to the lounge area with one of their handcrafted cocktails. Call ahead to reserve a table.
This upscale version of an urban honky-tonk delights locals and visitors alike. Its huge dance floor easily accommodates partners, and there is never a problem getting a good view of the show on stage. Live music is presented every Wednesday-Sunday; Toby Keith, Merle Haggard, David Kersh and Terri Clark have performed here. Wednesday is ladies night, while Fridays feature a happy hour with free buffet from 6p-8p. The buffet consists mainly of bar fare; burgers, fries, sandwiches, chicken and barbecue are the mainstays. The food is not the draw here, but it is still good.
This eatery is primarily a takeout place, although tables are scattered about a makeshift dining room. The restaurant has been a hit in Arlington since 1996. Breakfast fare is popular here and includes such Mexican favorites as Egg Burritos, Migas and Huevos Ranchero, which are Mexican-style eggs. Lunch is also served here, including enchiladas, fajitas, flautas, tamales and quesadillas.
This elegantly casual restaurant offers continental cuisine and eclectic wines. They serve dinner only and offer gift certificates, take out, private parties and banquets.
This barbecue restaurant is known for its hickory smoked barbecue sauces and its delicious pork spare ribs, baby back ribs, chicken, ham, sausage, and Angus beef brisket cooked over real hickory wood. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
A favorite since 1990, this North Arlington Italian bistro has been recognized by the Dallas Morning News as having one of the Best Patio Bars in Arlington. The menu offers an array of salads, pasta, seafood, sandwiches and grilled items. Specialties include the popular New York-style pizza and the egg fettuccine, complete with chunks of grilled chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus in a delightful Alfredo sauce. The brunch menu includes house-made Danish pastries, breads and croissants as well as assorted salads, pizzas, pasta, Eggs Benedict, lasagna and roast beef.
This favorite oyster and sports bar is popular with University of Texas at Arlington students and Texas Rangers fans, especially on Wednesday nights, when beer is just $1. Plan to wait for a table here, or you can order your food and eat it at the bar. When crawfish is in season, it is all-you-can eat on Sundays. Fried shrimp, catfish and oysters are the menu's A-list, but you can also order a burger or grilled chicken sandwich for lighter fare.
Owner/chef Tony Fukushima brings his experience from Benihana, Beverly Hills to trendy Arlington. He surely knows how to entertain guests through his cooking. The restaurant is children-friendly and the service is fast. Meals at Hibachi 97 include succulent grilled shrimp appetizer, your choice of meat, soup or salad, rice and grilled vegetables. One must try the tender filet mignon, the sesame chicken or the sirloin steak. Sushi rolls are worth being ordered as a side dish. Desserts include green tea or ogura(red bean) ice cream. Domestic and Japanese beer, sake and Japanese wines are available too.