Restaurants Near Six Flags Over Texas
After a day of adrenaline-pumping fun at Six Flags Over Texas, you’ve probably worked up a monster appetite in Arlington. With so many different kinds of restaurants near the park, you and your crew will find lots of options for delicious dinner after a day of speed and thrills.
Comfort Food and Creative Classics
Want a Texas-sized meal to pair with your Six Flags Over Texas adventures? If you’re looking for down-home, country cooking, Babe’s Chicken Dinner House is the place. Feast on crispy fried chicken, chicken-fried steak, fried catfish, or hickory-smoked chicken. Round out the meal with a selection of side dishes like creamy mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, country gravy, or buttermilk biscuits. There’s also green salad if you’re into that sort of thing! Then for dessert, dive into a slice of lemon, chocolate, or coconut meringue pie or pineapple upside-down cake like grandma used to make. Plus, the decor makes dining in an event in itself, with walls of the patio built out of petrified wood.
Home Run Heroes: Burgers, Wings, and Your Favorite Team
Want to catch the game after a day at Six Flags? At Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar, you will be treated like a VIP guest from the moment you walk in the door. Although the sports-loving restaurant is known for pizza—which you can get traditional style, or on flatbread or thin crust—there’s also satisfying pasta, chicken, and rib dishes to choose from. While you dine, catch your favorite team on one of their multiple big-screen TVs.
Buffalo Wings & Rings is your stop for all things wings. Choose from grilled, boneless, tender, or traditional style wings, then select from over a dozen unique sauces including bourbon BBQ and peach habanero. Be sure to try the famous onion rings as an appetizer or side, or go for the Buffalo Ringer Burger or Double BBQ Pork sandwich for an entree featuring the golden fried rings. Ample TVs, generous seating, an outdoor patio, weekday specials, and a kids menu ensures there’s something for everyone.
Does your Six Flags crew love mediterranean food? Then head to Prince Lebanese Grill. Perfect for groups with diverse dietary requirements, Prince Lebanese Grill has an extensive menu where you can try a little bit of everything. The thyme pie, which is Middle Eastern flatbread topped with a fresh za’atar herb mix, is a popular favorite. It’s the perfect appetizer to begin your feast with before trying the restaurant’s most famous dish, the Prince Lebanese Special. This massive entree allows you to sample a variety of meats, like mashwi shish lamb, chicken shish tawook, and ground beef and lamb kafta kabob, along with vermicelli rice and grilled vegetables. Fantastic vegetarian options are also available at Prince Lebanese Grill.
Want a fancy, fresh dinner after a day of acting like a kid at Six Flags? Restaurant506 is the perfect spot for the fine-dining foodie. Located in the Manor House of the Sanford House, this restaurant makes many best-of lists among diners and critics alike. The chefs select the best beef, poultry, and seafood as well as fresh vegetables for the seasonally changing menu. All dishes are classically yet creatively prepared and artfully plated. Reservations at restaurant506 are recommended, especially if you’re bringing a group of six or more. Need a place to hang out and unwind between the roller coasters and dinner time? The Van Gogh Bar & Lounge, nestled inside the Sanford House Inn & Spa, is the ideal place to have a handcrafted cocktail before dinner.