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Local restaurant serving up fresh food with a huge craft beer and craft cocktail selection. Lots of big screen TV's to watch every sporting event. From hand-made craft burgers, ribs, seasonal salads and desserts, Champps has the best American comfort food to satisfy your cravings! Large groups welcome!More
Mercury Chophouse offers a fine dining experience and is the first prime steakhouse in Arlington.
Our exclusive interior houses some of the finest cuisine DFW has to offer.
Enjoy our world-class food, live music, and impeccable service blended with a breathtaking, panoramic view of
Arlington’s Entertainment District.
Uncle Julio’s is a Mexican from scratch kitchen serving only the freshest ingredients. Specialties: chicken & steak fajitas, tender filet mignon, and bacon wrapped shrimp. Other favorites include: seafood fajitas, shrimp al pastor, and ahi tuna served with homemade corn tortillas or bibb lettuce.
Uncle Julio’s menu also includes Tex-Mex classics such as tacos, enchiladas & tamales all with a selection of sauces made daily. Insider tip: order the tableside guacamole. It’s prepared for you at your table; if you like it spicy kick it up a notch with chopped jalapenos.
Uncle Julio’s has a vast drink selection. Try our fresh margarita of the day, made to order with fresh fruit. If you prefer a frozen drink then the Swirl is definitely the perfect choice. The Swirl is frozen sangria & frozen margarita layered together dating back to 1987.
Reservations are guaranteed for inside & outside. We will try our best to accommodate any special requests.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.