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We eat here about once a week. The food is creative, delicious and beautiful. I nearly always get the lamb chops. My husband generally gets the fish; tonight redfish. They have an excellent wine selection but you may bring your own. It’s a gem in the mid-cities. MoreOpenTable Diner -
I enjoyed eating here very much. I loved the sourdough bagette and the savory butter with the roasted garlic, promptly brought to the table. I tried the Faglioli soup which was rich and hearty. The caesar salad, served in slanted bowls for easy access, was an unexpected delight. My cabernet, suggested by the wonderful waitress Daisy, was perfect. I ordered pasta, but I made several deletions/changes to the menu item for dietary restrictions, and it was served perfectly and was delicious. I may have gone a little lighter on the sauce. I did not try any desserts as I was too full. The service was so good I made a special effort to let the manager know what a gem they have in Daisy. Thanks again. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Boi Na Braza is proud to announce its newest location in Irving, Texas. This 7,500-square-foot restaurant, located at 310 W. Las Colinas Blvd, will be part of the new Toyota Music Factory. This location will feature everything that makes us A Cut Above the Rest including fire roasted meats, fresh ingredient salad bar, extensive wine list, vibrant bar and exceptional service.More
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The term Loveria means something “irresistible”, a gastronomic delicacy, for authentic Italian food Lovers.
Loveria™ is a single container with many souls, for a multi‐faceted gastronomic and convivial offer. A project that put delicious food, interior design, and the idea of a place where people come to stay, on the same level. An itinerary of sociality, or rather a concept conceived by a team of Italians to experience the authentic Italian Culture.
Loveria™ is a small mosaic composed by a café, a wine bar, a lounge area with art, fashion and landscapes Italian books and newspapers, and an emporium bookshop where we are proud to select and offer from food products ‐ such as pasta, olive oil, coffee, sweets ‐ to kitchen items and high-end design objects.More
In the 1950's our grandfather, Giacomo, came to live the American Dream. He moved from Saviano, Italy to live in Long Island, New York. He met his wife and started a family, opening their first location in Long Island, New York, named Village Pizza. As business flourished, we moved to a larger location and changed the name to Alfieri Brothers’ Pizzeria. Again, we outgrew the size of the restaurant and relocated to a larger side of the center where we have remained since 1991. The following year, Saverio Alfieri decided to head south and expand the family business by opening a location in North Texas. Since then, Saverio and his two sons, Anthony and Giacomo, have managed to create one of Dallas/Ft. Worth’s best kept secrets. The Alfieri family has and will continue to serve authentic Italian recipes perfected by Grandma Alfieri herself.More
Tio Carlos Flavors and diverse menu is the result of long years of experience and creativity of Carlos and our great team of cooks accompanied by our great relationship and suggestive and helpfull ideas from our lovely customers and friends. Our menu is an invitation on a trip that takes us from Texas and Mexico’s heartland through the Rest of the Americas, where we integrated flavors that are exciting as well as harmonious, blending traditional cocina Tex-Mex, Mexico and some Latin countries where we found the most diverse and extensive hot and full of flavor recipes. More
Discover Las Colinas
Located in the northwestern corner of Dallas County, the Las Colinas / Irving community is home to a diverse population of citizens. The diversity of cultures and languages also means a great diversity of food. In addition to the traditional Texas grilled steak, Salvadoran pupusas with sour cabbage salad and Mexican empanadas with homemade tomato sauce can be found at some of the family-owned and operated diners. In downtown Irving, you'll find bustling food trucks serving up tamales and Yuka frita. Near the expansive Irving Mall, boisterous sports bars and family-style restaurants are a beacon to the crowds on weekends and evenings. Around the western edge of the city, a growing Asian Indian population has inspired new buffet-style restaurants to open with relaxed dining options.