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
Bars & Cafes
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.
Locals flock to Windmill Lounge for the reasonably priced, yet well-made drinks. This bar creates its own syrups, making for especially tasty cocktails. Another big draw for this place is the karaoke which occurs on certain nights of the week. Patrons can sing their hearts out, after a few drinks, of course. It's a great place to come for a night out with friends.
Located right in Dallas' Design District is this small craft brewery. Peticolas Brewing Company's products can be found in bars around Dallas, but the best way to taste them is right from the source. On the first and third Saturdays of every month, show up with some cash for a tour and receive a Peticolas pint glass and three wooden nickel tokens to redeems for beers at the end of the tour. Experienced and knowledgeable brewery staff guide you on a short but informative tour about the brewing process, then in the end try one of their distinctive beers like Great Scott, Velvet Hammer or Royal Scandal, among others.
Antoine's Foods is a favorite sandwich spot for the best European imported meat and cheese po'boys in town. This is mainly a mini-market and take-out restaurant. However, there are cafe tables for people who want to sit and enjoy their meal. The Po'boy sandwiches are each labeled by color. The green wrapped po'boy is a popular choice - loaded with salami, imported cheese and Antoine's famous tomato relish. Fresh breads make these po'boys out-of-this-world delicious. Stock up if you are throwing a party.
Terranova Cafe is located inside the Doubletree Hotel Dallas Market Center, which is one of the best hotels in Dallas. Terranova Cafe is opened to hotel guests and locals alike. Step in early morning and sit down to a breakfast fit for a king or stop by for a mid-day meal. In spite of being a casual hang out, the cafe still maintains an air of sophistication. A perfect way to end the day is a fine meal and a couple of drinks here.
This neighborhood gay bar is one of the few bars in town that actually opens early morning. The fun starts early at the Hidden Door. In case of the interiors, the place is dark with tables and chairs that have seen better days. The bar attracts all types of people with one thing in common—they all want to have fun. Patrons enjoy playing tunes on the jukebox, playing pool, and the numerous drink specials. Talking about the drinks, they are simply impressive with the chatty bartenders mixing up perfect drinks for people with different tastes.
El Noa Noa Ballroom is located on the Denton Drive near the Market Center. Easily accessible, the drinks provided here are good. Moreover, there is ample parking space available for the bar guests visiting here. For further details, call ahead.
This is one nightclub unlike any other. If you like dancing in your living room, you will love the ambiance at the Grapevine. Furnished with comfy chairs, couches, and a jukebox, this hot spot is nothing if not homey. You can also shoot pool on one of the indoor or outdoor pool tables while enjoying one of the bar's special frozen Everclear bellinis. The rooftop patio is the perfect place to watch the Oak Lawn party-goers as they bounce from club to club.
You can drop by DISH if you're in the mood for seasonal American fare, or even if you're just looking to have a drink in a relaxed atmosphere. Fried baby artichoke hearts, salt and pepper calamari and grilled lamb meatball lollipops are meant for sharing, and start off your meal with a bang. Bourbon marinated pork chops and mushroom bolognese are house specialties. You can sit out on the patio with a Mint Peach Tea or Summer Manhattan with your dog for company, or stay inside and groove to the tracks the DJ spins.
If you miss your college days, Woody's, with its casual, friendly and fraternity-like environment, will make you feel like home. However it is more formally considered a tropical video bar, boasting two 12-foot video screens and more than 60 television monitors. You can enjoy a great view of the Oak Lawn area on either the outdoor patio or one of the two outdoor balconies. Entertainment includes show tunes every Tuesday and karaoke every Thursday and Sunday.
You won't find too many bookworms and library aficionados inside this Melrose Hotel bar, but it is a popular choice for business meetings and winding down after work. It has live music and a plush ambiance accompanied by a tasty bar menu. In fact, that's the only time you might actually read here. So whether you're looking for a great place to meet your mates after a hard day's work, or to discuss future business endeavors with your co-workers, the Library is your kind of place. Plunk down in a comfy chair, order a drink and start your night off right.
Most restaurants that try to appease many different tastes will fall woefully short of their goal. The Catalina Room is an exception to this with delectable fried catfish to tempt the Southern palate, Grilled Ahi Tuna for the New Americans or thick stouts if you just want to stop by for a drink. Catalina also does an exceptional catfish—clean and savory but not overly fishy. For endings, it's hard to go wrong with a classic Key Lime Pie or Bread Pudding.