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If you know the area, help draw up a list of nearby restaurants. Here's a start:

From JeffRush's email:

The Addison hotel is in the center of an entertainment district. On the corner of the hotel is a comedy club and at least four nice sports bars, for discussing Python over a beer. ;-)

The main avenue along there is covered in restaurants:

For super late night there is:

For close-in sightseeing, there is small airport within half a mile of the hotel, with Cavanaugh's aerial museum. Lunching at several small places around the airport, with the planes coming toward you and taking off just over the restaurant is neat too. One BBQ place had a control-tower radio playing over the speakers in their dining area.

I've heard that Belt Line in Addison between 35 and the Tollway has the highest concentration of restaurants in the USA. Shouldn't be a problem.

KevinHorn (a dallas native) sez:

I don't know about the concentration of restaurants on Belt Line being the highest in the nation, but I DO know that Addison has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the US...and a LOT of them are on the Belt Line strip.

Here are a few of my favorites:

There are also most of the national chain restaurants: Chili's, Benigan's, T.G.I. Friday's, Outback Steakhouse, etc.

And of course the usual fast food joints.

Really too many eateries to list here...there are literally HUNDREDS of restaurants in Addison, and it's not a very big town (pop. around 14,000)

Eugene Lazutkin (local):

I have a private page of good lunch places I visit regularly:

It was made for my friends, and lists only good food restaurants. Don't be afraid --- they are open for dinner too. You can find location of all places and my notes on the interactive map.


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