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Restaurant & Bar Guide for Allen, TX

Grimaldi's Coal Brick Oven Pizza

836 Market Street Suite 20
Allen, TX 75013
(214) 383-9703

Welcome to the place that many people consider to be an institution in terms of knowing how to craft amazing pizza. This is where coal fired brick-oven pizza making is performed at the very highest levels of quality. As soon as you walk in, you will be tantalized by the beautiful aroma of pizza and calzones baked to perfection. There is no doubt that doing things this way offers a very unique flavor and an awesome crispy crust. You can expect the ingredients to be nothing other than fresh and the dough is created by following a secret recipe. You don't want to miss what they are cooking here.

La Finca Chiquita

107 N Butler Drive
Allen, TX 75013-2513
(972) 908-3555

Sometimes it is true that the more traditional ways are the very best and that is certainly the case when it comes to the Tex-Mex fare that they serve up at this establishment. The recipes that the chefs work off of have been handed down from generation to generation. This tradition is taken very seriously. Check out their three signature salsas, it all just depends on how hot you want it. Their signature dishes include Chile con Queso, Chile Relleno and their hand rolled enchiladas. This is definitely a local gem that you do not want to miss.

The Cheesecake Factory

820 Central Expressway
Allen, TX 75013
(972) 908-3900

Will there be a wait when you visit this establishment? Yes, more than likely. Is it worth the wait? Most definitely. The menu here is full of scrumptious possibilities. Feel like steak? No problem, the filet mignon will absolutely you away. But there is truly something for everyone here, the menu list food items that are all over the board. The ambiance is exciting and fun and the portions are huge. They must hire the best chefs around because all of the food is so well prepared and everything is consistently great. Again, this place is worth waiting for.

Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q

1790 N. Central Expressway
Allen, TX 75002
(214) 383-5353

The history of this place is well known in the area. It all began in the 1800s when a cone-stop gas station, garage and grocery store began operations. Believe it or not, those same amenities are still around today, but they are no longer what this location is famous for. In 1989, the best barbeque in the world was added to the offerings of this establishment. Talk about tasty, you have to try it to actually know how amazing it is. The pits they use are 100% wood fired with oak, a slower burning wood than the mesquite used by most. You will notice the difference immediately.

Mio Nonno

939 West Stacy Road
Allen, TX 75013
(214) 383-6661

You know a place is going to be authentic when it is named after the owner's grandfather. This is a venue where tradition, originality and creativity really stand for something. You will be able to enjoy a blend of traditional Central and Southern recipes and the ingredients used in each are always fresh. Quality is extremely important to the people who work here. But if you ask us the main reason you need to give this place a try, it is the wood fired smoky-crusted pizza with fresh tomatoes and mozzarella. And don't forget the dessert of the day, it will send you into a food coma.

BJ's Restaurant & Brewery

190 E Stacy Rd, Suite 3300
Allen, TX 75002
(972) 678-4050

We realize that that comfy couch at home continually is calling to you. But we assure you that this establishment provides some amazing reasons to leave that spot and enjoy some hangout time with family and friends. There are some very unique features here including a Southern California twist on Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Add onto that some award-winning handcrafted beer and soda choices and you have a nice package to savor. If you are not in a pizza kind of mood, no problem, the bar burger here is phenomenal. And you have to try their world famous Pizookie dessert. The mission here is to deliver spectacular service and edibles and isn't that worth going out for?