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This page lists some restaurants in Addison area, near the 2010 National SCRABBLE Championship. Many are on Belt Line Road, 300 yards south of the venue. Feel free to contact us with additional recommendations.
A 55-foot salad bar stocked with seasonal vegetables and tossed salads (prepared exhibition-style every 20 minutes) introduces a bank of tables and booths. Additional buffet bars sit to the right of the salad train with options such as made from scratch soups, hot pastas, hand-crafted focaccia breads, muffins, potatoes and desserts. Original recipes rotate to keep not only the food but their concepts fresh. Wholesome breakfast favorites are offered on Sundays.
This is an Addison staple for breakfast and lunch with wonderful waffles, pancakes, egg dishes and specialties. Also serving salads, sandwiches and desserts.
Specializes in flame-broiled chicken and steak burritos; also offers veggie options.
This cozy dining spot in Village on the Parkway serves a wide variety of tapas choices, along with a few larger entrees. Tapas portions are fairly light, so plan to order plenty of different plates and share with your table. Standouts include the marinated artichoke hearts, green asparagus that’s grilled to perfection, the Spanish potato omelet and, if you’re feeling adventurous, the baby eel. Even during peak hours, service can be slow, so be prepared to relax and enjoy the atmosphere as you sip your sangria.
Mi Piaci raises the standard for Italian restaurants in Dallas. You won't find red-checkered tablecloths and straw Chianti bottles on the tables. Instead, the diner is treated to white tablecloths, elegant flat-wear and beautiful china. The interior of Mi Piaci is stylish, yet simple. Decorations often focus on colorful fresh fruits and vegetables. One wall, that overlooks a man-made lake and fountain, is floor to ceiling glass and the exhibition kitchen shows off the pasta cooks hand rolling fresh pasta (one of the restaurant's specialties.
Kenny's Wood Fired Grill is reminiscent of a 1940's Chicago style chophouse with a classy, relaxed and warm atmosphere featuring the finest wood grilled seafood and meats. Our well rounded menu represents the traditional American classics with an emphasis on Kenny's specialty, New England style seafood. And, while you are waiting for your table in the dining room you can enjoy the energetic "goose bar " sipping on a Grey Goose!" martini poured from our signature frozen tap system or a great glass of wine.