Wedged between the Texan metropolises of Dallas and Fort Worth, Irving boasts a dining scene that mixes casual eats with upscale fare. The region has a host of restaurants to choose from, offering authentic Argentine food, award-winning sushi and Korean-infused burgers. Read on for our guide to the best local eats in Irving, Texas.
Bread Zeppelin elevated the classic salad bar to new heights with their 40 salad ingredients, 20 dressings, and the Zeppelin: a fresh baked artisan baguette from the local Empire Bakery.
Located in the upscale Las Colinas neighborhood, Via Real is a popular gathering place for business lunches, celebrations, and parties. It is also a favorite spot for couples who want a romantic dinner for two.
The Ranch is one of those restaurants where you can see business types and ranch hands having grand old times together and feeling right at home. Everything at the Ranch is big, from their comfortable dining room and pleasant terrace to the menu and dining portions.
La Margarita is colorful and cozy with a beautiful large mural that dominates the dining room, this innovative Tex-Mex place serves interesting interpretations of classic favorites and some wonderful surprises.
Andalous Mediterranean Grill is a colorful, spacious restaurant that introduces healthy, delicious food from a range of countries around the Mediterranean Sea, from Italy, Greece, and Spain to Turkey and Morocco.
Taste of Irving
Visiting Irving in May? Don’t miss the chance to sample some of the area’s top-rated restaurants at Taste of Irving in Cimarron Park Recreation Center. Free Admission to this outdoor festival includes fun for the whole family.