Water Street is one of Irving’s newest hot spots. With pathways to Lake Carolyn, new residential buildings, and cool restaurants with menus that will satisfy any craving, Irving Water Street is the place to spend a day relaxing with family and friends taking in some of the best that Irving has to offer.
This trendy part of town has an ever-expanding array of businesses and events, so you’ll want to come back soon to see what’s new.
Locals and tourists alike flock to Water Street for delicious eats. Located on the scenic shores of Lake Carolyn and very near to the Toyota Music Factory, this new development brings the finest in dining to the Las Colinas area.
Drop by Hugo's Invitados for a healthy, stylish and modern Mexican concept with an almost completely gluten-free menu. In addition to a cocktail list with a selection of organic liquors and daily fresh-pressed juices, not one item in the kitchen is pre-made. Everything is created from scratch using all-natural, fresh, and nutritious ingredients. In fact, farm-fresh produce is delivered almost daily from a Texas farm distributor. Their menu is influenced by Mexico and inspired by their guests: authentic, wholesome, and true. Namesake and founder, Hugo Miranda, believes in bringing communal dining back to its roots where guests are welcomed as family, and every meal is worth celebrating.
In addition to receiving rave reviews from Zagat, The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Olivellas was chosen as 'Best Pizza in Dallas' by The Observer. Olivellas is one of a small handful of pizzerias in the country that make pizza the true Italian way, by using family recipes for homemade cheese and crust. You can dine in, carry out or order from their catering menu, and they offer more than just pizza.
Whether you're a coffee connoisseur or just want to grab some java on the go, you've got to try the concentrated, bold flavor of Turkish coffee at Pax & Beneficia. Loosely translated, Pax & Beneficia means peace & blessings in Latin, which is captured in their shop with the decor, drink offerings and great customer service. Although they serve all kinds of coffee and delicious pastries, this independently-owned coffee shop brings a world of flavor to Las Colinas.
Try out the Reverse Happy Hour at El Famoso Diner, a Southern California-style Mexican diner where you can enjoy the infamous queso flameado and cool off with $4 frozen margaritas on the outdoor patio. The ingredients are fresh and the atmosphere is laid back. Don’t miss the special late-night menu, featuring guacamole and street tacos, perfect for grabbing a bite before or after a night out with friends.
Escape into lush greenery at Irving Water Street, which is located on breathtaking Lake Carolyn, and includes a large urban park. You can also venture out onto the water and meander through the Mandalay Canals with a romantic gondola ride from Gondola Adventures in Las Colinas, or try stand-up paddleboarding with a lesson from Stand Up Paddle North Texas. No matter what you choose, getting out on the water is one of the best ways to experience Irving.
Nearby, don’t miss the chance to explore the Mustangs of Las Colinas Museum and Sculpture. These distinctly Irving treasures are sure to be found at the top of most Irving must-see lists.
And of course, after a day of exploring Water Street, you can head to the nearby Toyota Music Factory to grab dinner and drinks, take in a movie at Alamo Drafthouse, or a concert at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory. All of this is located right in the heart of Las Colinas.
Situated just across from the Mustangs of Las Colinas, Water Street is conveniently located along the DART Orange Line. At the corner of Las Colinas Boulevard and O’Connor Boulevard, Water Street is in the heart of the Las Colinas Business Park and has convenient parking onsite if you decide to drive.