Dalhart is a city in Dallam and Hartley counties in the U.S. state of Texas, and the county seat of Dallam County. The population was 7,930 at the 2010 census.
2.5 based on 29 reviews
We stopped to eat on our way home from Red River, NM. It was filthy! We could not find one clean table to sit and eat. I took an antibacterial wipe out of my purse to clean a spot for us to eat. The whole eating area was dirty, including the floors. On our way out, I went to the restroom and it was just as filthy. I will NEVER stop here again!
3 based on 4 reviews
Daylight Donuts is a good little donut stop. Of course, kolaches are a requirement in Texas, and they don't disappoint here, and they have some pretty decent breakfast burritos to go with.
It is, of course, your typical no frills donut stand, but before the sun wakes up it's a good place to get a drinkable cup of joe and maybe an apple fritter.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
My Dad and I went to X10 around 6.I was given the exact table of my choice.I was greeted warmly and made to feel welcome.Our server was attentive,gracious and very friendly. I had prime rib and Dad had a big salad and soup.The food was great!I will be back often,i love the owners and all of their families,Larry Schniederjan,odd cotton farmer.
5 based on 7 reviews
Purpose Coffee Co. is a coffee roasting company that roasts beans in Dalhart, TX. We offer lattes, coffee, and nitro cold brew. No food items. All of our proceeds are given to child wellness projects around the world! *Make sure to type in Avenue and not street for directions*
The atmosphere is amazing, friendly volunteers, and coffee is so good! It's the only coffee we drink! Variety of flavors and other gift items to purchase are meaningful and fun. Overall a great place. I love that the money I spend on coffee is improving the lives of others!
4.5 based on 87 reviews
The Grill is recently under new owners and management. We are a small diner that offers dine in or carry out. We have breakfast, burgers, shakes, and more!
Stopped for lunch on our vacation to Colorado. Got good reviews on the internet so we stopped. It's a little off the beaten part but worth the time. The food was excellent! Hamburgers were among the best we have eaten. Quality meat. They were still busy at 1:30 on Monday. It a small Mom and Pop operation and certainly not fancy. Don't miss this if you are passing through Dalhart while on vacation.
4 based on 126 reviews
The brisket was moist and tasted great, and a generous portion size, too. My partner had the sausage, which he said was incredibly good. Finished dinner with their homemade peach cobbler - and that was amazing! If you're passing through Dalhart as we were, this friendly little restaurant is well worth a stop.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The location is in a high traffic area with a lot of street construction, so it was easier to walk to it from the motel, other than trying to drive there. The food was good and the service was friendly.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Such a great place with a perfect variety to choose from on their menu. Everything is Homemade Delicious! Highly recommend Kelly's ginger tea & make sure to mark on their map where you live, they've gotten customers from all over the US.
4 based on 24 reviews
I've stopped by area Mexican food restaurants in the panhandle of Texas /Oklahoma let me tell you StoP here you won't be disappointed the people are friendly and staff is awesome don't pass this place by ??
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Sports Bar & Grill, 9 TVS, Full Bar, Daily happy hour and specials
Point your vehicle west and travel 1.3 miles to the golf course. Turn right, cross the railroad tracks and enter a surprise venue. We walked in approximately 20-minutes from closing but the wait staff took our order and prepared our meal just like it was the first order of the day! The hamburgers were steaming when they arrived. Big screen TV allowed us to watch the Dallas Cowboys.
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