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Things to do in Irving in November

Friday, October 26, 2018 11:00 AM by Visit Irving

It’s hard to believe that November is already here! Use the following list as a guide to all the best things to do in Irving this November.

November 1 - 3

Thursday, November 1
  • Whether you want to drop in for lunch or wait until you’re finished with work for the day, be sure to take advantage of Thirsty Thursday at Cool River Cafe, one of Irving’s go-to hot spots. Drink specials—like $5 draft beer and $5 wine by the glass—last all day long. Come unwind at this refined yet relaxed Las Colinas establishment.
Saturday, November 3
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Things to Do in Irving in October

Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:00 AM by Visit Irving

Fall is officially here. That means cooler weather, shorter days, and of course, Halloween. There’s a lot to celebrate in October, making it more fun than ever to explore Irving. Discover some of the exciting Irving things to do in October below.

Where to Take Dad for Father's Day

Thursday, June 14, 2018 4:00 PM by Carol Stoddard

Dads are a pair of big arms to pick you up when you fall. They're a grill master waving smoke away from your face. They impart their vast wisdom freely, and their hearts are as big as Texas. Yep, dads are pretty awesome.  So this Sunday, take your Dad out to eat at any one of Irving's diverse restaurants. We've made it easy for you by listing our top 5 picks for Father's Day. Now, be sure to call first in case reservations are required.

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Father's Day is this Sunday, if you didn't know! Wait, quick...where can I find a tie, wallet or something Dad-ish? No, no stop googling. Your Dad/Husband already has enough ties. Trust me, take him out to eat, enjoy some quality time together and make a few memories. We've gathered the top places in Irving to fill his belly this Father's Day. Come to Irving and enjoy some great food. 

A trip to the AT&T Byron Nelson wouldn’t be complete without a little PGA TOUR player spotting. Pros come to the TPC Four Season to compete, but hey they need to eat too. So during the week of the Nelson they are practically everywhere, all the time, and for the most part, they’re used to being gawked at and signing autographs. But if you want to avoid looking like a creeper, I suggest you eat, shop, drink and play among the pros in their natural habitats—a mix of restaurants, bars and uniquely Irving establishments (make your reservations now). We give you: Top 5 Places to See PGA TOUR Players Off the Course During Nelson Week. Now... just act natural.