Try the Spicy Chicken or Kobideh Kabob at Texas Kabob House

June 23, 2015 2:04 pm

Even if the food at Texas Kabob House wasn't delectable (and Yelp reviewers insist that it is), many locals would continue to frequent Texas Kabob House for the good company. Owner Max has a reputation for being friendly and warm to customers, often taking the time to chat with them or introduce himself if it's their first visit to his restaurant. His welcoming demeanor is the cherry on top of dining at Texas Kabob House for diners.

Of course, the main attraction is still the exotic fare. True to its name, Texas Kabob House crafts a slate of kabobs inspired by the flavors of the Middle East. The spicy chicken kabob comes highly recommended if you're a fan of heat, as the skewer is packed with fiery grilled chicken tenders. The kobideh kabobs are also a hit, strung with ground beef sirloin that's been blended with grated onions and seared on the grill.

Texas Kabob House
8608 Preston Road
Plano, TX 75024
(972) 358-5500

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Happy Father’s Day!

June 21, 2015 1:19 pm

Happy Father's Day! We hope all of the Dads out there have a great day with loved ones! Let us know how you plan to help Dad relax today!

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Angelika Film Center: Gourmet Fare and Indie Flicks

June 16, 2015 2:46 pm

You don't actually have to see a movie at the Angelika Film Center to enjoy its modern version of the contemporary concession stand—although you'd be remiss not to. The "boutique" film house only plays host to five screens, and each shows an indie film that's generating buzz. As one of the few indie cinemas in the area, Angelika Film Center might be the only place you can see these movies before they start snagging awards.

Head to the Angelika Cafe & Bar on the second floor of the movie theater for a meal before, after, or during the movie—or without the movie component at all. The full-service restaurant doles out gourmet American fare, such as grilled cheese stuffed with cheddar and pepper jack, or the chicken pesto sandwich with gooey goat cheese and sundried tomatoes. You can also grab a more traditional movie snack, like buttery popcorn or nachos. Pick up a beer, glass of wine, or cup of coffee to wash down your grub and head right into the theater for your movie, or stay put and enjoy in the cafe.

Angelika Film Center
7205 Bishop Drive
Plano, TX 75024
(972) 943-1300

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