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Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Music Venues
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Bombay Chowpatty

One of Irving’s top two places for chaat, along with Taj Chaat, is Bombay Chowpatty, named after a beach lined with street food vendors. The dining room showcases some of that airy atmosphere,...
Indian
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Urban Tadka

Urban Tadka’s original location is in an Irving strip center which has seen better days; the Dick’s Sporting Goods recently turned into a trampoline park, and the other anchor business is a Best...
Indian
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LA Burger

This chain specializes in burgers and fries loaded with Korean influences from the Los Angeles upbringings of co-owners Ben and Jon Lee. Kimchi fries and the spicy K Town burger are a must, and...
Burgers, Korean
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Kitchen of Kuchipudi

At Kitchen of Kuchipudi, look for a lunchtime bhojanam, with the choice of vegetarian or “non-veg.” This Irving restaurant specializes in Telugu cuisine from Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh, India,...
Indian
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Cafemandu

Of Irving’s growing crop of Nepalese restaurants, Cafemandu boasts the biggest and deepest list of momos, the country’s beloved pleated dumplings. Cafemandu even has dessert momos, but it’s...
Nepalese
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Taj Chaat House

First-timers to Taj Chaat may well be overwhelmed with choices, but that’s a feature, not a bug. Inside this restaurant’s rambunctious dining room, at least four walls are covered with menu...
Indian, Pakistani, Vegetarian, Health
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Sapp Sapp Lao & Thai Kitchen

One of the mainstays of the Laotian food revolution in Dallas, Sapp Sapp comes from a family that’s been in the business for multiple generations. They founded one of the region’s first Lao...
Asian, Vietnamese
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Peak Restaurant and Bar

Irving’s first Nepalese sports bar was worth the wait, and it’s making the rest of the North Texas cities jealous. Only at Peak Restaurant can you watch a football game with a pint of Dos Equis...
Nepalese, Indian, Bar Food
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Mr. Max

Mr. Max himself, Hare Nakamura, died in 2013, but his namesake restaurant is still going strong in its third decade of business. A casual oasis of high-quality Japanese food in an Irving strip...
Japanese, Sushi

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