Top 10 Arlington restaurants for Final Four visitors

Top 10 Arlington restaurants for Final Four visitors

Credit: Vietalia Kitchen

A sandwich from Arlington's Vietalia Kitchen.

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by MARY MULLER

WFAA

Posted on April 2, 2014 at 12:51 PM

Looking for a place to eat, but you don’t want to go far from AT&T Stadium? All of these restaurants are within five miles away from the stadium and are top rated on Yelp.

[Click the name of any of the listed restaurants to see them on Google Maps!]

10. Lupe’s Tex Mex Grill
Reviewers wrote about the delicious black bean dip and margaritas—a good stop for someone craving Mexican food in between the games

9. Marquez Bakery & Tortilla Factory
Popular for their cheap burritos (fajita burritos are $2.25) and their tamales, the bakery also provides visitors with a chance to get something for their sweet tooth. marquezbakery.com

8. Pappasito’s Cantina/Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
If you’re feeling less like trying something off the beaten path, both of these chain restaurants are highly rated and will fill you up.

7. Vietalia Kitchen
A Vietnamese and Italian restaurant located near the UTA campus, Vietalia serves a mix of both styles at prices below $10. vietaliakitchen.com

6. Prince Lebanese Grill
Prince Lebanese Grill has been featured on Diners, Drive ins and Dives, and their shawarma is less than $5. princelebanesegrill.com/

5. Babe’s Chicken Dinner House
Perfect for those in a group and looking for some all-you-can-eat sides, Babe’s serves their chicken family style and will make sure you don’t leave hungry. babeschicken.com

4. Potager Cafe
Potager Café is popular thanks to their locally sourced organic food, but be aware: they are BYOB and take Cash or Check only. potagercafe.com

3. Gyros House
Fast and friendly service are the icing on the cake for this restaurant, with almost every Yelp review raving about how cheap and delicious the gyros are.

2. Eddie Deen Crossroads Smokehouse
Eddie Deen’s is open until they sell out, which may be fast this weekend. Its brisket is a top talking point in the reviews, making this BBQ place (just across the street from the stadium!) a must-do. eddiedeencrossroads.com

1. Cacharel Restaurant
More high-end than the other choices on the list, Cacharel is a good stop if you’re ready to take a break and head across the highway for some steak and their Bailey’s Irish Cream Crème Brulee. cacharel.net

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