Comfort Inn & Suites Market Center
7138 N. Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX 75247
Phone: (214) 461-2677
Fax: (214) 461-2678
7138 N. Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX, US, 75247
- Phone: (214) 461-2677
- Fax: (214) 461-2678
A Dallas favorite, Dunston's is family-owned and has been in business since 1955. Mouth-watering steaks are grilled over an open grill, visible as you choose from the myriad of selections available at the salad bar. Regulars consistently praise the beef stew. The ambiance is comfortable and inviting and the deep, red-cushioned booths and white table linens add a touch of class.
Dallul Restaurant is a great place to go for cheap and delicious Eritrean and Ethiopian fare. Hearty stews, both fiery and mild, dominate the menu, along with a wide variety of vegetable dishes. Try the "Fitfit" - Dallul's specialty breaded stew which comes with chopped beef simmered in a spiced butter sauce with onions and spices. Portions are huge, and at $10-$12 a great deal. Take-out is available.
Located at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel, Asador serves you American cuisine with some Latin influences. Using the freshest local produce, a new menu featuring different grilled delicacies is crafted daily. Should you stop by on the right day, you could get to savor lip-smacking dishes like pear salad, tamarind-grilled quail, lamb Asador sliders and date toffee cake. Happy Hour, in operation between 4p and 7p, Monday through Friday, is when you can get some great deals on draft beers and select wines and cocktails.
Managed by Jimmy Vergas, the history of Original Market Diner goes back to 1954, when it was established as a drive-in by his parents and grandparents. Down the years, ownership of the eatery changed hands and it was known by several names, until it was re-purchased by the Vergas in 1989 and named Original Market Diner. The menu features classic diner fares like omelets, waffles, sandwiches, burgers and salads, with each day offering something special. At Original Market Diner they uphold the motto, "pie fixes everything", so do end your meal on a sweet note with their delicious pies; the fruit flavored ones are heavenly.
You will feel like part of the family at this restaurant with mom and daughter in the kitchen and the sons running the front. The decor is traditional with a contemporary blend of Mexican accents. Avila's presents original dishes plus the traditional Mexican foods we all love. Tried and true specialties include their exquisite Mole and great Sour Cream-Poblano Spinach Enchiladas.
Backlit by the shimmering waters of Bachman Lake is a pinnacle in fine, elegant dining. The coziness of this residence turned restaurant provides an intimate and warm atmosphere. Each of the dining rooms has a lakeside view, but for actual lakeside dining, request a seat on the outdoor patio. Dinner and lunch are served, with special buffets available on Easter Sunday and Mother's Day. Lunch entrees include Broiled Salmon Steak, Seafood Fettuccini, Grilled Chicken Breast, and, a Texas favorite, Chicken Fried Steak. Sole Pierre's with lemon butter, crabmeat and artichoke hearts highlights dinner entrees. Other favorites are Veal Piccata, Prime Filet Mignon, and Peppered Tenderloin. Reservations are recommended for weekend dining.
Tex-Mex is legendary—when it's done properly. Casa Blanca's décor is simple, and they focus on what's important, which is solid food rather than visual fluff. All standard Tex-Mex items can be found on the menu, yet some dishes deserve special mention, including the Jalapeno pork chops with two bone-in chops with chile and citrus glaze served with mango pico. Anything filled with the brisket is something to write home about. An amazing flan with tapioca-like texture or sopapillas which are served piping hot with sugar will round out the meals. - Raine Devries
Mario Alfaro is living his entrepreneurial dream by way of his namesake restaurant that opened its doors back in 2009. Specializing in authentic Salvadorian flavors, it was later influenced by Dallas' Tex-Mex dominated dining scene to include Mexican staples that cater to the local palate. Made from traditional family recipes, savor pupusas, banana leaf wrapped tamaesl, Yuca con Chicharon, or a sampler plate for all of the above and more. Enjoy one of the best happy hours in town with classical burritos, quesadillas, seafood and grills. The vibrant ambiance is nestled in a colorful patio of carnival-esque vibes and Latin hospitality.
Goldfinger Restaurant offers live musical entertainment along with good Greek food. What a wonderful way to celebrate or just enjoy the evening. Traditional Greek-influenced décor is combined with American furnishings. Specialty dishes include choices such as Tenderloin Souvlakia, Shrimp and Lamb Chops. Accompany your meal with a drink from the vast choices on the menu.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is a complete entertainer, worth a visit with your family or friends. It features a book shop and a museum that add to the uniqueness of this place. The USP of this place, undoubtedly is the performance of the knights jousting on horsebacks, waving swords and entertaining the audience. This 60,000 sq.ft. castle boasts of a moat and live Koi schools. The performance will surely take you back to the medieval times. The English Cuisine completes the medieval mood.
Great Louisiana cooking attracts a loyal following at this small restaurant located in the Uptown area of Dallas. The upscale décor adds to the air of sophistication this place exudes. Specialties include Cajun variations like Crawfish and Shrimp Enchiladas and Popcorn Crawfish. All delicacies are sure to please the palate. Accompany your meal with a premium drink from the list for a complete dining experience.
Welcome to Nonna, a great little place serving fine Italian cuisine in Dallas. Located on Lemmon, the place always seems to be crowded with locals thronging to this place. Not just the crowd, but the dining space itself is limited so it appears a bit crammed up. The menu is just one page, but changes daily and includes a selection of salads, traditional pizzas, pastas, and entrees. Try the house made lamb sausage with fava beans and Spaghetti Carbonara. Nonna also has a bar which is visible as you enter the place serving some fine Italian wines. What makes this place a favorite is the generous servings of entrees and pizzas prepared in wood ovens, liberally covered with Paula Lambert's homemade mozzarella.