Flower Mound is an incorporated town located in Denton and Tarrant counties in the U.S. state of Texas. Located northwest of Dallas and northeast of Fort Worth adjacent to Grapevine Lake, the town derives its name from a prominent 12.5-acre (5.1 ha) mound located in the center of town.
Restaurants in Flower Mound
5 based on 109 reviews
The tour was very educational and fun, our group learned quite a bit on the process of Rum, Vodka, Bourbon, and Whiskey. I thought we would have more than 3 tastings but it was still a good tour. The drinks we had afterwards were very...MoreThank you, Shayla! Although we generally offer 4 tastings on the tour, if there is anything else that you'd like to sample, our bartenders will be more than happy to help. Please come see us again soon!
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Love the comfy seats and getting food and drinks is a nice bonus. Food is pretty good. Only thing I would change - (1) a blanket would be even better and (2) service seems to stop once movie starts so can't get drink refills or popcorn refills
4.5 based on 1 reviews
I take mini vacations often. I’ll take a day, find a nearby old town and “window” shop. Grapevine Texas is one of the places I go. Yesterday, I spent about 6 hours walking the main strip in old, historic Grapevine. It was decked out for St Patrick’s Day. I found a street gender with jerky. The farmers market offered unique kiwi berries and local honey. I bought a wonderful spiced tea soap and lotion at Grace. An outfit for Bass Hall was found in a boutique. I was disappointed that the store that had metal yard work was closed. I had a wonderful time here, enjoyed the rain, the people, the shops and the experience. I’ll be back.
4 based on 852 reviews
Are you a Shark lover, Seahorse fanatic or a Clown-fish groupie? Perhaps it’s the graceful Jellyfish or our newest family member- the Green Sea Turtle that you love the most. Maybe you simply can’t decide! At SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium you can make up your mind and see them all - from the curious and the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium offers an interactive, hands-on visit for all ages. A day out at SEA LIFE will leave you with fantastic memories and feeling empowered to make a difference to the underwater world. Take the “Behind the Scenes Tour” to discover the top of the ocean tank and get a closer look at the animals who call it home. You'll see first-hand how the SEA LIFE Aquarist Team prepares food for over 5,000 animals each day!
Staff was very friendly and helped squeeze us in right at closing time on a Sunday afternoon. Interactive stamp machine kept the kids intrigued and looking forward to the next room or sea life. Tunnel with glass ceiling & floor was awesome; the kids could not get enough and a bathroom was conveniently placed in the middle of the tour! The educational video at the end was a welcomed break for the parents and very enlightening for the kids. It was also very cool that they had a station at the very end that was interactive and allowed you to give your opinion on what wildlife the company should work with next. Would gladly spend a couple more hours here again on our next vacation. well Done Sea Life!
4.5 based on 62 reviews
This was my second time to ride at Marshall Creek, taking family and friends from overseas that wanted a 'trail ride' experience! From booking to the price point and the well behaved horses (Except Maverick - who likes to snack! :-) ) it was well worth the 45 minute drive from SW Fort Worth. I did the evening trail ride that usually ends with us seeing fireflies in the wooded area as we head back - Magical!!
Would definitely go again!
4 based on 28 reviews
Located only minutes from downtown Dallas, this golf club was voted 12th best upscale golf facility in North America by Golf Digest, which features Bent Grass greens, 419 Bermuda Grass fairways, plus a 14-acre practice facility and junior golf camps.
I actually live nearby Bridlewood and frequent its practice area. I made the mistake on ordering new set of Irons following a demo day. In hindsight, I should've followed my gut when no two employees knew what was going on w/demo day nor returned my repeated calls. But I had decent experiences with them and wanted to give them my business - since I'd save about $300. First, it took 2 weeks for them to give me a price quote on the clubs (nothing special with the specs - standard lie, upgraded shaft, 1 1/2 longer....). Ordered on 6/24 and told it would take 7-10 days. Checked on status on 7/3 and told it was shipped that day. Granted, it was the 4th weekend so I understood a possible further delay. Here we are mid-late July and still no clubs. Even with the holiday, they should've been delivered already. Phone calls not returned, club pro always out of office, and patience wearing thin. Would you believe the most current update said the clubs "we're still being developed due to the custom specs." All that means is they lied about the shipment date, did not place the order when they said it was done, and - once again - promises to get to the bottom of it. I should've ordered direct from Callaway and for the $300 eliminate the heartache. As for the course, challenging, bit over priced, and greens will not hold shots. I only play it if a discount is involved. After this experience, I don't think I'll be back.
4 based on 15 reviews
I realize that this park is operated by the US Army Corps of engineers but they are bringing a whole new meaning to "good enough for government work" as far as reopening the park. When is the park going to reopen we ask?
4 based on 26 reviews
It's not crowded, the fishing is good, hiking trails and camping are available, and if you have a kayak - bring it. My wife and I as well as our kids and grandkids all enjoy visiting Llela. Wildlife sightings are pretty common. On recent trips this winter, I caught a limit of trout, and even a large buffalo (the fish, not the bison) hit my light tackle. I definitely had my hands full with that big boy. The area is very peaceful and serene. It feels refreshing to step out into nature that close to a major metropolitan area.
5 based on 2 reviews
My date and I were looking for something to do for the night when we stumbled upon D bar. Wow what a night! From lawn darts out back to shuffleboard this place has it all. To top it off they have Yuengling on tap!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Family Owned Craft Beer Brewery Located in Old Town Lewisville. We are Pet, Child and family Friendly. Local Music Every Saturday and Local Food Truck every Saturday. $10. for a complementary Logo glass and three fill tickets to any beer on tap. Only drinkers need to pay all others are free to enjoy
Was here recently for a little birthday gathering. Starting with the positives, plenty of nearby parking, and it is very easy to find; just two clocks off Main. For $10, you get three beers, and choice of glass: Pint, snifter, or let's say tumbler/mason-jar. Very friendly folks, plenty of space, but have some extra chairs just in case the tables inside fill up.
Beers were good: I went with the Donut Dunker Porter, the Drunkin Pumkin Brown Ale, and the Golden Girl ale. All were very good.
If I were to criticize, I'd say too many dark beers. If you like dark beers, or beers with high alcohol content, then this is definitely the place for you. If you want a Hefeweizen like me, well, you'll just have to break out of your rut.
If you're looking for something to do, come out from 12-5 on a Saturday (or 5-10pm on a Friday), and have a good time for a low price.
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