Wouldn’t it be great to sneak off to the beach for lunch sometimes? Living in Irving, you might not think that’s possible, but a visit to Bombay Chowpatty could be the next best thing.
Before cooking magazines and blogs were a thing, women’s magazines were one of the top sources for recipes. In them, you’d find a never-ending stream of articles with different ways to cook chicken. Moms needed ideas for how to keep mealtime interesting and affordable, and chicken was the way to go.
Now, chicken is more popular than ever, and it’s still affordable, but Moms (and the rest of us) might be looking to eat out. With so many cuisines and cooking styles represented in Irving restaurants, finding five different chicken dishes is a breeze.
I’m so excited that the Irving Arts Center has reopened; I missed it so much over the last year or so. Like many of you, I went out of the way to enjoy outdoor sculptures and art installations around Irving, and I made an interesting discovery.
I was overlooking some fun public art around town that’s right under our noses. Art doesn’t have to be a special occasion thing. Local businesses have sculptures and murals nearby that we sometimes miss when we’re focused on our daily grind. Here are a few of my favorite places to enjoy some stellar
Monday, June 7, 2021 10:00 AM by Kristina Rowe
In 1966, Irving families were watching Star Trek or Batman on TV and listening to the Beatles, the Beach Boys and The Doors on their transistor radios. And if they were lucky, they were going out to dinner at a new Italian restaurant called Angelo’s Spaghetti and Pizza House.
In many ways, the planned community, Las Colinas, is the ultimate work and play destination in Irving. Lustrous office towers house corporate headquarters and Fortune 500 companies in its urban center, while luxury residential complexes abound. Lakeside hotels, the nearby convention center and Toyota Music Factory make it a great place to visit, too.
Friday, May 14, 2021 3:00 PM by Kristina Rowe
Brunch in Irving is always something special, and now you can take brunch to the next level at Reservoir at Toyota Music Factory. On the third Sunday of every month, the restaurant hosts the Fly Queens Drag Brunch for an afternoon of fun and frolic, not to mention delicious food.
The vibrant dining scene in Irving offers so many choices, you could never get bored. From food trucks to fine dining, there’s something to please every palate and fit every budget. The latest group of restaurant openings offer you even more choices. Which of these five restaurants will you try first?