It's National Root Beer Float Day and we know just where to go to quench your thirst. Big State Fountain Grill is the place to head. Of course we'd pick the 1950's diner, it was a given!
Irving has something for everyone when it comes to being outdoors, including— picnicking, hiking/biking trails, sports of all kinds, fishing, swimming, recreation centers, canoeing and boating. Sometimes the kid in us just needs to get outdoors and soak up some sunshine. To that, we say, YES go for it! With July being #NationalPicnicMonth, there's no better time to grab some food from a nearby hot spot and explore our top five picks for picnicking in Irving and Las Colinas.
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.
For more events this weekend, stop by our website at www.irvingtexas.com.
Friday, April 6, 2018 6:00 PM by Debora Manusama-Sinaga
This weekend we are celebrating one of the oldest and yet most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world, beer. Whether you like it blonde, dark, or fruity, we’ve got a place for you to celebrate the National Beer Day in Irving!
Thursday, January 11, 2018 12:00 PM by Kayla Mansour
This is just in and we (and I, the foodie person that I am) are super pumped to hear that even more great restaurants are ready to feed us! The Toyota Music Factory, who so far has several concepts open including Bar Louie, Thirsty Lion Gastro Pub and Freshii are ready to give the people more food to fill our bellies.
Not sure about you, but I'm totally digging that our backyard keeps expanding. Adding to the latest lineup of culinary experiences is:
Boi Na Braza, opening mid-January: A premium Brazilian steak house, Boi Na Braza preserves a
It’s the weekend y’all! You’re now free to use your smart phone and go find stuff. Really. It’s fun. You don’t even have to download an app to play. There are several characters around town and they’re waiting for you to go find them. To give you a hint where they are, we’re showing you what they look like and what time they’ll pop up. How easy is that? So join us in finding fun stuff to do this weekend in Irving. Who knows, this game may catch on and you’ll be sharing with your friends all about what you found.
Are you ready for an all American holiday weekend? If you want to enjoy a good ol’ Americana celebration, spend the 4th of July weekend in Irving. Join us for our annual Independence Day Celebration – A Tribute to the U.S. Armed Forces. There’s something for everyone – fireworks, a downtown parade, food, music, a reception, and more. With all of these activities, we wouldn’t want you to miss a thing. So please allow me to plan your holiday weekend itinerary.
Do you remember as a kid how excited you were on the last day of school? You could hardly concentrate as you said your goodbyes, talked about what you were doing that summer, or where you were going. You couldn’t wait for the bell to ring before you bolted out the door, ready to embrace summer like a long lost love.
That excitement can be recaptured right here in your home town of Irving. This weekend’s line up of events will bring back the sounds, smells and tastes of your childhood summers. Check out the fun below and be sure to tag us at #visitirving when you post your selfies.
What does your Dad mean to you? It’s a fair enough question. And it’s a simple question really. How do you feel when you think about your Dad? We asked this question to our male co-workers and received a myriad of answers. But do you know that when we asked these same men, all of whom are fathers themselves, what they would want most as their Father’s Day gift from their own children, we received the same answer - time spent together with their family. Time spent before the kids grow up and leave. Time spent while you can still shape their minds and enrich their souls. Time spent with those you love and who love you. Time is finite; it cannot be replaced.
Now, if your family is like my family, we love to spend time together EATING. And how fortunate we are that there are so many great restaurants in town from which to choose. To find a restaurant to treat your Dad on Father’s Day, click here. Then to extend your time together, you can also take in a concert or play, or attend any of these events our fine city has to offer.
Just know that a year, even five years from now, he may not remember the wrapped gift you gave him, but he’ll certainly remember the memories you made together.