After a fun-filled day of exploring Arlington, you need dining options that your whole family will enjoy. Arlington has a wide variety of family friendly restaurants with menus that will make both parents and kids happy, another reason to experience Arlington.
Dave and Buster’s is the standard when it comes to delicious food and drinks and nonstop gaming fun. Located in the heart of great shopping in Arlington, near the Parks Mall at Arlington and the Grand Prairie Outlet Mall, Dave and Buster’s is the perfect place to refuel and indulge in some friendly competition. When it comes to the menu, the restaurant has a huge selection of family favorites. From mouthwatering burgers to creamy pasta and colossal salads, you will not be disappointed. The extensive drink menu is perfect for parents who can try one of their creative cocktail creations or sample from two dozen beer options. After a delicious meal, try your hand at one of the many games at Dave and Buster’s. Revisit your childhood with classic arcade games or try something new in the Million Dollar Midway.
For the family that loves all things sports, look no further than BoomerJack’s Bar & Grill. With two locations, one in North Arlington near Globe Life Park and one in southeast Arlington near the Parks Mall and the Grand Prairie Outlet Mall, BoomerJack’s is a fun spot to grab a bite and watch the game in a family-friendly environment. With a menu that won’t quit, kids and adults alike will find it difficult to choose. If for you watching sports means eating wings, BoomerJack’s is the place. Choose from bone-in or boneless, and try one of their mind-blowing sauces like garlic parmesan, honey BBQ, or even the notoriously hot ghost pepper. BoomerJack’s also has burgers, sandwiches, and sizzling plates like fire-grilled fajitas and queso chicken. You can chill on the patio while watching a game on one of their giant TVs. Family time never sounded so good!
Kincaid’s Burgers is a MUST when you’re in Arlington. In 1946, Charles Kincaid opened a grocery store and meat market. With a small $25 grill, the meat cutter started making burgers, which he sold to customers from the surrounding neighborhoods. The grocery store was soon replaced by a hamburger grill, and the rest is history.
Kincaid’s burgers are made from natural, vegetarian-fed, hormone- and preservative-free beef that is cut and ground daily at the restaurant. When you walk into Kincaid’s, you will automatically sense the laid-back, down-home atmosphere and marvel at the nostalgic decor on the walls and even hanging from the ceiling. Choose from half-pound or quarter-pound burgers, and don’t forget to order a side of french fries or onion rings. If you have a sweet tooth, try one of Kincaid’s incredible desserts like a chocolate shake or banana pudding.
For more delicious burger goodness, make a stop at Mooyah. Not only does Mooyah serve fresh Angus beef, all their burgers are served on a non-GMO potato bun. Try one of their menu favorites or check out the Hall of Dang! selection of burgers you never thought could exist. You can also build your own and can create a burger masterpiece using a variety of proteins, toppings, cheeses, and sauces. Make sure to order a side of hand-cut Idaho or sweet potato fries. To finish out your meal, try one of their thick, creamy milkshakes.
If your gang is craving pizza, you have to make a stop at the Mellow Mushroom. With a dizzying array of toppings—think bacon and banana peppers—kiddos will love building their own pizza, or you can order one of their specialty pies. The Mellow Mushroom’s family-friendly vibe is perfect for a relaxing meal while exploring Arlington with the family.