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Tyler, TX has plenty of traditional Texas food offerings such as steaks and barbecue. But the city also ventures well beyond the state line with restaurants that specialize in French, Italian, Mediterranean and Latin cuisines.
The Tyler, TX restaurant scene is ... in a word – eclectic.
Stop by What About Kabob & His Gyros, located at 713 WSW Loop 323 in the River Oaks Plaza in Tyler, TX for mouthwatering kabobs, gyros, burgers, fusion delights and much more.
A restaurant, boutique and gift shop, The Potpourri House is one of Tyler, TX’s most unique places to indulge in a love of food and shopping.
Restaurants in Tyler, TX consist of a diverse dining scene such as Stanley's Famous Pit Bar-B-Q, Loggins Restaurant, Fat Catz Louisiana Kitchen, and more.
While Stanley's put Tyler's barbecue scene on the map, the city has many other delicious options.
Tyler, TX is filled with restaurants that pay attention to the quality and detail that goes into every aspect of their food business.
Music fans of all ages flock Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights to Rick’s On the Square, one of Tyler, TX’s most happening nightspots.
Dressed up or dressed down, you have plenty of options for dining out in Tyler, TX.
Tyler is America's Rose Capital, home of the annual Texas Rose Festival and one of Livability.com's Top 10 Gardens to Inspire. Located 95 miles east of Dallas, Tyler is the advanced manufacturing, health-care and retail center of East Texas, as well as Texas' first Certified Retirement City. The city has an impressive youth recreation program, ballet, symphony orchestras, art museums and is also home to several colleges.
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