|The four of us at H3 restaurant in the Stockyards, for great ribs,|
steaks and a chicken fry to die for...our first evening meal.
|The flag of The Republic is ever present in Texas|
|Jill, Susan and I in front of old water tower at roundtable|
in the stockyards at the Grapevine Railroad.
|Susan and Jill at Riata|
|Kelseys on Riata's roof|
If you're not in for western food, there's a killer sushi restaurant downtown, Piranha Sushi, and lots of Mexican restaurants a short cab ride away from downtown. There's also a phenomenal hamburger at Jakes, two blocks north of the hotel. But don't think "Cowtown" is all about the west. You won't believe the museums and other attractions to help keep stress away. That's to come.
|The lighting in Riata is "romantic" and you old folks will need reading glasses and an iPhone flashlight to read the menus, though the restaurant will provide small flashlights and reading glasses.|