Visit Irving Blog

Author: Kayla Mansour

Wifey, Mommy, Foodie, Dallasite and working lady @VisitIrvingTx. Lover of social media and marketing/communications. You'll find me living life in sassy shoes with big hair. When I'm not chasing my daughter, I love to explore the foodie scene in Irving, Texas. Let's eat! @kaylamansour

Irving Dine-Around Bingo

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 9:00 AM by Kayla Mansour

With the need to support our local restaurants during this time, it’s never been so rewarding to order takeout! Now, you can support those serving your yummy eats AND win a game! Welcome to the Dine-Around Bingo in Irving! 

This is an especially tough time for our local restaurants. While dining rooms to the public are closed, there are other ways you can still support them. Order food for takeout/delivery or buy gift cards for future use. Here's our latest round-up of updates from local businesses. Be sure to eat local and show them some love!



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Totally here to expose three reasons why you need to see The Full Monty, now playing at the Irving Arts Center. This production has got moves you've never seen before, of course totally in a good way. Unzip your expectations and get ready to enjoy this hilarious and heart-warming musical by MainStage Irving-Las Colinas


All puns were intended...

Summer starts early in Irving, Texas! In celebration of National Travel and Tourism Week (May 6-12), we invite you to enjoy the sights, tastes and sounds of all the new offerings in Irving and revisit some Irving mainstays.

Tour our Town:

Get out with family and friends and enjoy our fun city like a Texas tourist. Visit any of these suggested venues and get social with us by posting your photo and using #VisitIrving. Each time you post a photo tagged #VisitIrving at one of these hot spots; you’ll be entered into the “Tour our Town” contest (one

St. Patrick's Day in Irving

Thursday, March 15, 2018 3:00 PM by Kayla Mansour

St. Patrick’s Day is a time for celebrating and enjoy each other’s company. Eat, drink and be merry the Irish way, of course at these top Irving celebrations. This year we got lucky (no-pun intended) with St. Patrick’s Day falling on a Saturday!