That's why we've compiled a short list of a few of the area's
best places to enjoy a meal. From a casual bite to eat to a classy night
out, one of these five spots should fit the bill.
Check out the interactive map at the end of the post to find each restaurant’s location.
It's hard to beat genuine Texas barbecue. And within the league of
genuine Texas barbecue, it's pretty hard to beat David's. David's
Barbecue serves handcrafted barbecue by the pound and on sandwiches or
platters. Paired up with a variety of down home sides, including fried
okra (a personal favorite), onion rings, and fresh potato salad, David's
outstanding barbecue is a real treat.
Sauces are available, but we doubt you'll need them. Check out the
full David's menu at
Piccolo Mondo has served exceptional Italian cuisine in the metroplex area
for over 30 years. With a diverse menu composed of authentic, traditional
dishes, Piccolo Mondo is undoubtedly one of Arlington's top spots
for an evening of Italian dining. And an elegant atmosphere, accented
by a piano bar and soft, ambient lighting, makes this spot perfect for
a romantic dinner.
For more information on Piccolo Mondo, including a full menu and contact
details, visit them online at
Visit the only Turkish restaurant in the Arlington-Fort Worth area for
a truly authentic middle eastern experience. Dishes featuring lamb, beef,
chicken, and seafood are prepared in traditional manner with a melange
of side dishes.
Get to know Arlington's Turkish gem at
Based on an unconventional business model, and fueled entirely by locally
sourced ingredients, the Potager Cafe is truly a one-of-a-kind establishment.
The Potager menu changes almost daily, depending on what can be sourced
from local farmers and ranchers at the time, and diners are encouraged
to pay what they think their meal to be worth – no set prices.
The homey feel and honest, wholesome fare make the Potager Cafe a spot
in Arlington that's not to be missed. To schedule your visit, keep
an eye on the
Potager Facebook page for menu updates and other information.
With a menu comprised of customary steakhouse accouterments and fine French
influence, Cacharel is perfect for the meat-and-potatoes type diner in
search of simple cuisine cooked to perfection. Cacharel offers a set price
menu, allowing diners to choose a combination of appetizer, entrée,
side, and desert for one price. An a la carte menu is available as well.
For a more casual and affordable outing, consider the Cacharel lunch menu
– a great option to get a taste of what they have to offer without
having to budget for a higher ticket meal. Get a full menu and explanation
of the restaurant at