No kid is left behind even with Lonesome Dove’s world-class menu and ingredients.
A tradition for generations of Texas families and one of the most reliable spots to take a family of young children.
Dallas knows Tex-Mex, but Mi Cocina is known to kick things up a notch with a haute, yet kid-pleasing menu.
Finely tuned dishes dispel the belief that
Mimi’s transports guests to the famed New Orleans French Quarter, with wrought-iron pario perches and strains of jazz music.
Word is getting around about this hidden Asian spot in Oak Lawn, but families have found it!
Not to be confused with the
Enjoy traditional Asian favorites with a modern twist. Kids will love easy dishes like the teriyaki chicken.
VIBE: Pokey O’s offers fresh baked cookies and ice cream treats. With 13 different cookies and old-fashioned milkshakes, this…
When the natives are getting restless, it’s time to duck into the Rainforest.
Enjoy grown-up fares such as lamb, steak and delectable Tex-Mex dishes at this Fort Worth staple.
This 80-year-old dairy/supermarket/burger joint serves up farm-fresh ice cream and other tasty treats.
Home-cooked, healthy and fast … what could be better?
Experience the award-winning cuisine of Chef Jon Bonnell, named Outstanding Restaurateur of the Year.
Shinsei, a Pan-Asian neighborhood restaurant at Lovers Lane and Inwood Road in Dallas, marries a casual attitude, like that of a family diner, with the aesthetics of a five-star restaurant.
Loud music, great patios and family-sized servings of their famous cheddar fries are what keep families coming back.
Prepare to get your fingers messy digging into some good ole’ barbeque.
A California-cool cupcake boutique, Sprinkles oozes laid back, modern chic and the aroma of the sugary sweets.
Knock out a dinner and a movie at the same time at Studio Movie Grill.