Esparza’s Restaurante Mexicano is a well known and long loved tradition that is a popular part of the downtown Grapevine experience. Just a short walk off of Main Street on E. Worth Street, the restaurant occupies a late 1800’s renovated house inside the historic district. Well known for its atmosphere, Tex Mex dishes, margaritas and local scene, Esparza’s has been offering a little something for everyone since 1985.
Owner, Judy Balunda, started with a simple dream and passion: she wanted to share the same pies her mother, Rhoda, made for her family every Sunday while she was growing up. After 25 years as a Special Education teacher, Judy "retired" and opened JudyPie serving only the finest and freshest ingredients in each and every pie.
Farina's Winery & Cafe is located in the heart of the downtown historic district of Grapevine, Texas. Operating since 2007, Farina's came up with the catchy slogan "Where Friends Meet". Not only do friends meet here to catch up and enjoy a bottle of wine together, but new friends meet here too.
Frank X. Tolbert’s life-long passion for chili inspired him to write his world-famous book “A Bowl of Red” 50 years ago. He founded the Terlingua Championship Chili Cook-Off in 1967 and joined forces with son Frank 2 in 1976 to open the first Tolbert’s Restaurant in Dallas, with daughter Kathleen helping manage starting in 1977. Kathleen, with her husband Paul Ryan, selected Grapevine’s historic Main Street as the new home of Tolbert’s in 2006.
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