Gloria's Latin Cuisine
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Gloria's Restaurants offer a new alternative to Tex-Mex cuisine with a dash of Salvadoran flavor.
Their Brunch is the Best! Awesome Drinks! Bean dip is delicious and so is everything on menu!
Located at The Highlands, one of our most vibrant shopping and dining locales, Glorias is part of a small chain of Latin restaurants that serves fried plantains and other South American specialties. The seafood dishes are particularly delectible. My favorites: Camarones al Mojo de Ajo - Jumbo…
“Great, inexpensive tex-mex. I love the sour cream, chicken enchiladas, but order them with sauteed onions and mushrooms (not on the menu), and some pico de gallo on the top.”
“Theatre Arlington is a theatre in Arlington, Texas. It was established in 1973. The once small theatre has since become a large 199 seat building.”
“Enjoy water sports including, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and more. Canoes/kayaks, trailers, life jackets, paddles, and jet skis are all available for rental. Paddling Trail This 10.9-mile paddling trail is the first lake paddling trail and the first trail in the DFW metroplex. Enjoy paddling along the shores of a beautiful lake to enjoy a taste of nature in the middle of this urban center. Fishing Lake Arlington offers 1,939 acres of fishing real estate, including several inlets away from the disturbance of speed boats and jet skis where you can find Florida Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Crappie, Sand Bass and Hybrid Striped Bass. Maximum depth of the lake reaches 51 feet. Largemouth bass anglers are successful year round, with the largest bass caught in the winter. Hybrid striped bass fishing picks up in the late spring and early summer months. Crappie fishing is best around any underwater structure during the spring and summer. White bass and catfish are good targets in summer months. Wildlife and Ecology The riparian corridor of Lake Arlington and Village Creek supports a great diversity of plant and animal life along the river and beyond the banks. Birds spotted here include the Great Blue Heron, Great Egret, American White Pelican, Osprey, Belted Kingfisher, Double-crested Cormorant, Ring-billed Gull. Live Oak trees grow along the river. Common wildlife encountered include Fox Squirrels and Raccoons ”
“Museum displaying a rotating roster of traveling exhibits dedicated to contemporary Texan art.”
“If you are looking for a memorable Sunday brunch, Restaurant 506 is the place for you. It is a little pricey ($17 for Crab Cake Benedict), but really wonderful. We took friends here before the game. Not a crumb left on a plate. In fact, 504 was selected as a Top 100 Brunch in the country. Really close too (we walked)! They also offer lunch/dinner.”