Econo Lodge & Suites
881 S. Stemmons Freeway
Lewisville, TX 75067
Phone: (972) 436-0400
Fax: (972) 221-3366
881 S. Stemmons Freeway , Lewisville, TX, US, 75067
- Phone: (972) 436-0400
- Fax: (972) 221-3366
Bars & Cafes
Chili's is a big franchise but is a common place to find big groups to accommodate everyone’s appetite. It is considered by some as fast food but remains popular as a sit-down restaurant with a much laid back atmosphere. There is a wide variety of food choices and a full service bar. Margaritas are just one of many tasty cocktails. But the bar is just as popular are the families with children due to the great kids menu. If in a rush this place usually serves food in around 15-20 minutes. Or get it to go as they offer their full menu in a To-Go option.
Using USDA Prime beef, Vineyard Steak House has crafted a menu of delicious steaks for you to savor. Be it the cowboy rib-eye, lady's cut filet, porterhouse or strip, each and every one is absolutely scrumptious. In addition to steaks, the restaurant has a number of seafood delicacies like broiled lobster tail and Scottish salmon for you to relish. Sides like wood-grilled vegetables and bacon cheddar spinach casserole are great accompaniments. No visit to the Vineyard is complete without going up to the Sky Bar, which, in addition to drinks, has live music between Thursday and Saturday. It is open later than then the restaurant below. Happy Hour is from 5p to 7p every day of the week.
The Tap-In is Grapevine's own European-style pub, with great food and an extensive selection of Scotch and Bourbon. Open for lunch and dinner, you can choose from a wide variety of menu items including wings, poppers, pizza, burgers, sandwiches and fish and chips. Cold tap beers including Guiness, Blue Moon, Smithwick Ale and Shiner Bock. Live music on Friday and Saturday nights and Karaoke on Tuesdays. Open M-Th, 11:00AM - Midnight. Friday & Saturday til 1:00AM and Sunday, Noon til 10:00PM.
In the heart of historic downtown Grapevine, Esparza's has a steady stream of hungry patrons from open to close. Family owned and operated, the vast menu boasts handmade specialties. Esparza's is especially crowded between 5pm and 7pm, when the after-work crowd descends in search of Esparza's famous margaritas. It's charming because it was once a spacious neighborhood home and historic buildings still surround it. After happy hour, there are plenty of families, friends and couples. The expansive menu has shrimp kabobs, tortilla soup and chicken tampiquena along with a well-rounded dessert selection. For a variety of tastes in one meal, try the appetizer platter loaded with taquitos, quesadillas, stuffed jalapenos and flautas.
This fun establishment was transformed from an auto garage into its current exhilarating state. The popular bar is always hopping from happy hour into the wee hours of the morning. The casual rustic decor with wood accents create an ambiance enjoyed by families and singles alike. Enjoy good down-home eats in the back restaurant area, including a Texas tradition, chicken fried steak. The giant Texas buffet located under a real Model T Ford makes for an interesting, nostalgic dining experience.
All you steak-lovers, troop down to the Saltgrass Steak House. Juicy chunks of Certified Angus Beef, chicken and seafood cooked rare, medium or well done, tempt you into eating way more than what's good for your waistline! Soups, salads, sandwiches and homemade desserts are available for those who don't want to pig out. Diners can also go in for the Saltgrass Combos like the Grilled Chicken Breast & Gulf Shrimp, and let your little ones choose from the kids' menu. Loosen your belt a notch or two and make sure you feast on the delicious desserts like the Chocolate Layer Cake, which has six layers! Yum!
What began as a small bread bakery, has evolved into a fast, casual cafe offering a menu of healthy & delicious sandwiches, soups, pastas, salads, paninis, kid's selections and desserts. They offer catering services and Wi-Fi access for patrons dining in the cafe. Corner Bakery also offers a breakfast menu that is certain to start your day in a satisfying way.
Have an early morning flight to catch and no breakfast? There is no reason to worry if you are at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Cereality, located at gate 6 of Terminal C is the perfect place to have a scrumptious breakfast, that will keep you satisfied for long. A range of your favorite cereals in combination with hot or cold milk and a variety of toppings is available here. Drop by to enjoy their fresh juices and coffees along with a big bowl of cereal.
Tigín, which literally translates to small cottage in Irish, is a quaint little pub located at Terminal D of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. With a range of wines, beers and whiskeys, Tigin also has a heartwarming Irish menu. Golden fried crab cake, bleu crunch salad, pesto chicken and homemade shepherd's pie are some of the dishes that everyone loves. Drop in and enjoy a drink, as you wait for your flight, or relax after returning from a long one.
Francois and Catherine Fotre run this delightful French restaurant. La Mirabelle offers fine dining without the Baroque decor, so common among French contemporaries. Palate-pleasing specialties include Risotto with wild mushrooms, leek soup, salmon, scallop and shrimp cake, Caesar salad made table side, New York strip steak with a creamy peppercorn sauce, and an ostrich and venison plate sauced with chestnuts, currants and mushrooms. A full wine list complements the meal.
Roy Yamaguchi's eatery serves delicious seafood that is the result of fresh ingredients blended sinfully with Hawaiian recipes. Try some of the classic items like Roy's Canoe Appetizer, Yellow Fin Ahi Poketini and Original Hawaiian Blackened Island Ahi. While relishing your food, do yourself a favor and remember to leave room for the Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé–it's simply divine! The wine list is equally impressive, with a huge variety of sparkling wines, white wines, chardonnays and merlots to choose from.
Step into Texas' own piece of Italy by dining at Isabella Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar in Frisco. Gorgeous fountains and the stone-brick exterior facade of the restaurant welcome you to the eloquent dining room. The mesmerizing and upscale ambiance transports you to Italy, and gives a sense of fine dining. The menu is a showcase of regional Italian cuisine native to Lombardia, Piemonte, Toscana & Veneto; highlights being the Tartara di Tonna Piccante, Calamari e Fritti, Pollo Parmegiana, Vitello Saltimbocca and Pappardelle Bolognese. Exquisite wines from their personal wine cellar complement the food, and can also be enjoyed individually. Service adheres to a high level and the overall experience is worth every buck. Reserve a table ahead and come down with your loved one for a memorable dining experience.